Avaya 1600 IP Telephone Release 1.300B (November 2010)
This release has been superceded by Avaya one-X® Deskphone Value Edition Software Release 1.3 SP1 (October 2011).
AVAYA IP Telephony Solutions include a portfolio of IP deskphones designed to meet the communication needs of a broad set of end users - providing the right phone for the right job, at the right price.
One choice is the AVAYA one-X Deskphone Value Edition - 1600 Series IP Telephones. These cost effective telephones provide traditional PBX and Key system features at an attractive price point. These features include:
- Bright, backlit displays
- 2-way speakerphones on all models
- Familiar telephone interface with fixed feature keys and LED buttons
- Integrated Contacts list and Call Logs
- Release 1.300B requires Communication Manager 3.1 or higher or Distributed Office 1.1
- Release 1.300B includes: H.323 firmware Release 1.300B for the 1616, 1608, 1603, 1603C, 1603SW, 1603-I, 1603SW-I, 1608-I, 1616-I IP Telephones, and BM32 Button Module release 1.0.9.
- Enhancements included in Release 1.300B:
- Missed call counter
- Turning off the audible altering completely
- Audio Environment and Expander enhancements (AUDIOENV)
- Factory test enhancements
- Enhancements included in Release 1.2.2:
- Support for new telephone model, 1603-I.
- Support for white backlight Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) on localized ("-I") phones. These white backlight phones can only load this R1.2.2 and later releases.
- IPO 5.0 Support for Call Log, Contacts, Redial, Text Entry, where the IPO directly controls the telephone display for the specified applications.
- IPO 6.0 Support for graphic display (bit-mapped) phones ("-I" phones), whereas previous IPO releases only supported character-based display phones.
- Support for LLDP-MED Network Policy Discovery TLV, which simplifies deployment of large multi-vendor networks and aids in troubleshooting; this TLV lets endpoints advertise their vlan and Layer 3 priority assignments to each other.
- A new internal ip-address is used by the factory test software for the white backlight "-I" models. All the other phone models use the same previously used test ip-address.
- Review the Readme file for other exception fixes included in Release 1.2.2.
- Enhancements included in Release 220.127.116.11:
- Support for IPO 5.0 features: Call Log, Contacts, Redial and Text Entry
- Additional LLDP TLV support
- Review the Readme file for other exception fixes included in Release 18.104.22.168
- Enhancements included in Release 1.2:
- Implementation of Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) support
- PROCPSWD Entry Procedure Screen
- Review the Readme file for other exception fixes included in Release 1.2
- Enhancements included in Release 1.1:
- Add support for 1603SW (1603 with second Ethernet jack)
- Support for 5 additional languages:
- Arabic, Hebrew, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese
- CM5.2 Native Support
- 13 digit dialing
- 802.1x multicast forwarding with proxy-logoff
- Support for three BM32 on IP Office
- Button Module (BM32) version Identification (in local procedure MUTE+VIEW#)
- 5 digit rasid (for more flexible field tracking of software releases)
- Review the Readme file for other exception fixes included in Release 1.1.
- Enhancements included in Release 1.0.3:
- 16xx: phones clipping audio when IP-to-IP enable
- 1608: has delayed cut thru of audio during shuffled call
- 16xx phone with a headset button selected does not re-register to CM after a network outage.
- 16xx not acting upon "reset ip-stations..." while headset is active
- Network Quality screen 500ms delay spike
- Support for 2 BM32
To access the product documentation, click on 1600 Series IP Telephones - one-X Deskphone Value Edition and select the desired documentation content type from the left navigation menu.
You can still install this release to telephones supported by Communication Manager 3.1.
To get the full H.323 functionality if the TN799C (CLAN board) is used, it must be at Vintage 3 or greater.
Before downloading and installing the AVAYA IP Telephone files from this Web site, please be sure that:
- Your Avaya Media Server should have Communication Manager 3.1 or later.
- Your LAN administrator has installed HTTP server software and configured the DHCP server according to the Avaya 1600 Series IP Telephone LAN Administrator's Guide available on this site in the Documentation section.
AVAYA 1600 Series IP Telephone Release 1.300B (November 2010)
(Note: Release 1.300B is a replacement for Release 1.3000, 1.300a)
AVAYA IP Telephone is copyrighted software, and is to be distributed under the agreement and terms of the purchase License Agreement
To download the global and localization IP Telephone software:
- Select 16xx-IPT-H323-R1_30_0_B-111510.zip
- Use an unzip program to extract the files from the zip file directly.
Additional Network Configuration Settings and Setup:
- Uses DHCP Scope Option 242
- Uses HTTPS or HTTP (HTTPS is only available for downloading Configuration files from CM and when using Avaya signed digital certificates)
- Use with CM 3.1 or later or Distributed Office R1.1 or later.
- Pre CM5.2, the 1603 and 1608 are administered as 4610 terminals, the 1616 as a 4620 and the BM32 as an EU24 expansion module. For CM 5.2 and later the 1603 (1603, 1603C, 1603SW, 1603-I and 1603SW-I), 1608 (1608, 1608-I), and 1616 (1616, 1616-I) are natively administered.
- The phones are natively administered as themselves on Distributed Office.
||Go to the Downloads tab or double-click on the file to save it to your hard drive (e.g., C:\). See the 1600 Series IP Telephone LAN Administrator's Guide for more instructions after downloading. For customers who have 1603, 1603C, 1603SW, 1608, 1616, 1603-I, 1603SW-I, 1608-I and 1616-I phones.
||Go to the Downloads tab or double-click on the file for the Linux RPM to install on CM 3.1.x and later systems.
||Double-click the file name to open or download the Readme file.
||Double-click the file name to open or download the MIB.
||Double-click the file name to open or download.