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Old 07-19-2017, 02:22 PM
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Default 4610 manual IP assignment issue

I am running Aura 6.3 with an off-site office running off a data switch using old 4610 IP phones. We do not have a DHCP scope for this location. It is small and we have been manually assigning all IP addresses. Recently we changed from a pt-to-pt T1 to an ISP with VPN for connection. Noticed that when I tried to change the call server IP address on the phones to procr address, the procr address is not being stored. In fact, I can add various CLAN card IP addresses and that will also get overwritten! One CLAN card address continually 'forces' its assignment to these phones.
If I am not entering the address, where is the phone getting that address??!
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