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Old 03-02-2017, 09:22 AM
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Default Network switch to G450 moving. Will Gateway regain connectivity?

The network team is moving their L3 switch to a new location. There is a G450 with 1 DS1, analog and ann. board. No server in the G450.
What will happen when the gateway loose connectivity to prcr? Will the G450 automatically regain connectivity when the L3 switch is back online?
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Old 03-03-2017, 12:58 PM
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The G450 will try to regain connectivity to the call controller(s) in its MGC list repeatedly until its total search timer expires (default = 30 minutes). At this point it will reboot and start over. No action is needed on the G450 once connectivity is restored. It will register on its own.

With no local LSP, you can configure SLS mode on the G450 to provide basic functionality when isolated from CM. It's limited and time consuming to configure, so it's seldom used.
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