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Old 12-23-2014, 07:11 AM
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Default 2050 Softphone Configuration - License Managers

Is there a published maximum number of license server IP addresses that can be added to the 2050 IP Softphone configuration? I could not find a limit in our documentation. As a test, I added four bogus IP addresses in a test Softphone configuration with no issue. I was also able to view the status of all 4 in the Softphone diagnostics.

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