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Old 10-26-2016, 10:39 AM
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Default Static Route Session Manager SM100 interface

Hi Avayans,

For a setup with an Oracle SBC system which we want to use as test system, we needed to create a static route on the SM100 interfaces at the SM's.
I've found an instruction for it at Avaya and I can ping the SBC now from the SM's.
Also from the SBC side,so far so good.
However within the System Manager the Entity link shows down.
I know that from Avaya perspective the static routes are not supported.

So my questions is did anyone play around with this and got it fixed?
Any tips are most welcome.

Kind regards,

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