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Old 02-03-2015, 05:08 AM
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Hi All

I have a new IP Office Deployment to be made next month .

We have a head Office where we are going to install the IP Office 500 V2 (with 30 users) and the head office has a Sonicwall Firewall .

We will connect the Branch office (same sonicwall firewall) through VPN .

But I need the users at branch office to connect to the IPO at head office .

How can I proceed with this (considering the fact that i am new to avaya)

And do i need the Power user License for this ?
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Old 02-05-2015, 12:45 PM
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If you have a VPN between the two sites you can just have the phones register directly to the PBX, as long as there's a route for it. You would need IP phones (obviously) which means an IP endpoint license for each phone.
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