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Old 01-16-2017, 11:07 AM
cardos cardos is offline
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Default Avaya 9600 Series VPN Question

Is there a method to have more than one configuration profile or more importantly a backup connection profile? We have many users dedicated working remote on the 9600 series VPN phone and trying to mitigate an ISP or Datacenter outage and would like to have a backup/secondary VPN connection profile for the user to connect to (we have two datacenters). Essentially, if the phone can't connect to the primary connection, it will try the secondary one. I don't think this is possible but I figured I would ask.

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Old 01-30-2017, 12:32 PM
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Default Nvsgip

Check the NVSGIP parameter of the phone's settings file. You can specify more than one IP address or DNS name for this parameter.

e.g. SET NVSGIP "xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx","dns.name.com"

This allows the phone to go to an alternate server to connect to.
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