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Old 10-28-2016, 10:28 AM
haddod haddod is offline
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Default H175 Video Collaboration Station

Has anyone been successful in installing one of these on an IP Office yet please? Info much appreciated. Specifically; How do I get the blasted thing to see the source for the 46xxsettings file? I am putting in http://ip address:80/c: to a shared server location where I placed the files with no luck. It does not see them in the SD card on the IP Office either.

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Old 11-02-2016, 09:19 AM
kirchenlo kirchenlo is offline
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I currently use it on a Release 9.1, even if not supported basic call and video calling to an Scopia XT5000 works perfectly. I configured the H175 manually and updated it manually as well.

To be fully supported you need to use an IP Office release 10.


This link will sent you to the official release 10 manual. On page 49 you will find some information.
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