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Aaron Dyck
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SIP Standard
The VoIP world is dominated by SIP lately. SIP is a standard that is defined by a number of RFCs but searching through here for answers to questions is ridiculously difficult. I would like to use this post to answer any SIP questions that I come across in m...
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IP Office DHCP Scope
The IP Office has a built-in DHCP server that can be configured to provide addresses for all devices or just for Avaya phones, however many companies have their own DHCP servers that they manage. The IP Office phones look for one of two DHCP Options for the...
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A new blog entry. It's only been two years!
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IP Office Personal Directory with pauses
Today I had someone call me to say they were trying to create a personal directory entry in their IP Office for someone with an external number and and extension. I couldn't conceive of why there would be any problem with this until I learned that the Perso...
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Network failures and the Dell R620
So we recently installed a Dell R620 server with IP Office Server Edition 9.1. While troubleshooting an unrelated issue we came up with a big problem: The device could no longer be reached on the network! Well that's a huge problem since we have IP phones a...
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Exciting stuff! 
Security Certificates - 9.1
Security Certificates - 9.1
adventuresinvoip.ca
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Security Certificates - 9.1
With the release of IP Office 9.1 there have been
enhancements made to the way security is handled. When deploying an IP Office
Server Edition or Select Server Edition for a customer it is best practice to
have them provide a fully qualified domain name or ...
Security Certificates - 9.1
Security Certificates - 9.1
adventuresinvoip.ca
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IP Office Registry Hacks
It has come to my attention that Avaya often hides functionality in a registry entry. I'm going to keep a list here. As I learn more I will add them. Feel free to comment any that you have tucked away under your cap! Maximum UMS Users (166 by default): Unde...
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No Caller ID Alarms on the IP Office
So the IP Office screams every time a call comes in with no caller ID received. Avaya finally decided to put in a workaround, and it's super quick and easy to implement! The workaround is only available in 9.1 (and up, I suppose). Go to the NoUser user and ...
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