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IPO as a router

IPO as a router

IPO as a router

(OP)
Are there plans in the pipeline in the future releases of versions 2.0 and 3.o to increase the routing capabilities of the IPO??? Should only require some integration of ASIC chips to make the thing a real router

RE: IPO as a router

According to the latest Avaya Roadmap 2.0 will include VPN encapsulation as part of the routing fuction

What other features would you be interested in (my office is located 1/2 mile from Avaya & I occasionaly manage to extract info from a few of there support staf)

Would you liek a copy of the PPT file?

RE: IPO as a router

(OP)
Yes please Guru, we dont usual hear about the new stuff until a sales man sells it and we have to go and install it
Send me any interesting docs on IPO and anything related, to
matthew.johnston@comworth.co.nz

Ta Goo

RE: IPO as a router

Hello IP Guru,
I would also be interested in info on ver 2.0 in the PPT file.

Regards,
graham@tsc.co.nz

RE: IPO as a router

is the roadmap 2.0 on avaya's site?

pbxtech.info

RE: IPO as a router

Is there anywhere I can upload this file, It seems to be popular

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