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Old 02-16-2015, 10:50 AM
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Default Avaya Diagnostic Server

I am just wondering who all has implemented the ADS (Avaya Diagnostic Server)?

I am in the middle of setting one of these things up (VMWare ADS 2.0) and it's a bit of a mess...

From the start everything appears to be easy/setup but we are unable to control phones (We get the error messages that either it couldn't start the SLA Agent or we must have the phone re-register with ADS), and most of our subnet scans result is finding less phones then we know that is available.

I have been banging my head on the screen for days trying to get the simple functions to work but I am missing something between the server and phones (And the corresponding 46xxsettings.txt file), and that is counting the number of half written guides and troubleshooting hints I have used. The whole Certs thing is a bit of a pain too.

Have anyone been able to get this up and running smoothly in a production environment? If so could you share some possible troubles you ran up against and how you fixed them?

Thanks,

James
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