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Old 10-03-2022, 03:49 PM
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Default Grandstream ATA on Avaya Aura SM 8.1

I'm looking for documentation or a guide to setting up a Grandstream HT802 ATA (analog adapter) to provide analog ext's at a remote site. I have been unsuccessful in finding a good "how-to" for this application.

We currently have Digital, Analog and IP phones on our Avaya with several gateways at remote campuses. We just weren't wanting to put a whole gateway at this one site for 2 analog ext's.

Any advice or guidance would be appreciated.
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Old 10-05-2022, 06:17 AM
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I searched DevConnect for Grandstream and was only able to find integration notes for GXV and GXP VoIP phones. Is this a SIP to analog device? If so, first thing I'd try is a UDP 5060 link to SM.
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