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Avaya IP Office 500 Base Card with 72 Virtual IP Endpoints
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Avaya IP Office 500 Base Card with 72 Virtual IP Endpoints

Avaya IP Office 500 Base Card with 72 Virtual IP Endpoints

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I can't find any docs. on this card.

Does this card actually exist and if so is it compatible with the 500v2 9.0?

RE: Avaya IP Office 500 Base Card with 72 Virtual IP Endpoints

There was never a base card with 72 virtual IP endpoints. If I remember correctly the virtual endpoints for the VCM card went away about R8.0 and they had I think it was 32.

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RE: Avaya IP Office 500 Base Card with 72 Virtual IP Endpoints

Virtual endpoints when you had an original VCM card installed I believe were 12, at least for a VCM32 V1.

Way back, old VCM channel licenses would migrate to virtual IP endpoints. That might have been release 5 or maybe 6.



RE: Avaya IP Office 500 Base Card with 72 Virtual IP Endpoints

V1 cards came with 12 virtual endpoints:

VCM 32 Base Card (700417389)
VCM 64 Base Card (700417397)

They are no longer available new but you should be able to find them. They were much more expensive than V2 cards which did not have any licences

I'm sure they are OK with R9.0 and seem to survive the upgrade to R11 with PLDS.

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