Primary steps.. Install 3cx in windows or linux, While installation IP should be static and cannot be changed, Once changed you have to take backup, reinstall 3cx with new IP and restore the backup. Changing the IP’s affect extension provisioning, wallboard and Reporting,etc…. If you enable “PBX Deliveres audio”, “SIP Replace header” and “Supports Re-Invite” in extension settings, You should enable it in SIP Trunk Settings. SIP Trunking configuration Read more at : https://www.htsqatar.com/3cx-trunking-yeastar-pbax/
Very happy to see that Avaya started releasing product matrix again. ( I think they havent released for version 8 and 9 ) . Anyway you can download product matrix for versin 10.1 here. Looks very comprehensive. IP Office R10_1_Sept_Edition Claudion call recording and call reporting systems work perfectly with Avaya version 10.1 . New SMDR fields in the latest version enhanses the capabilies of those softwares. Contact us on email@example.com for more details.
Solution 1) Make sure the current date/time is set correctly. (Verify in System Status) 2) Renew / Replace the current security certificate with a new certificate prior to the expiry of the current certificate. If the IP Office default certificates are being used, they can be regenerated from either Manager [in the security settings] or Web Manager. Below shows how to view the certificate in Manager > File > Advanced > Security settings; More: https://medium.com/tekstore/ip-office-manager-shows-a-warning-the-security-certificate-will-expire-in-xxx-days-96b6fee7fdc6
I cut my teeth on Port Network (PN) outages when I joined Avaya’s Tier-3 backbone support back in 2006. I was assigned to supporting the S8700 series of duplexed Communication Manager (CM) servers just as CM 3 was being released. Back then, the timers were very tight and a large percentage of my trouble tickets were explaining to customers why an IPSI (Internet Protocol Server Interface) reset, which in turn caused a port network outage. Avaya uses several different heartbeat mechanisms so that devices know if they have lost connectivity. In the case of port networks,…