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Old 04-07-2021, 10:01 AM
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Default Avaya Breeze - Device Adapter, how to set multiple IP telephoy nodes ?

Is it possible to enter multiple Node IDs or System IDs in the Telephony Node Attributes of a given cluster ? and if so what would the syntax be in order to do that ?



In Avaya Breeze / Configuration / Attributes / Service Clusters / Service - Device Adapter / IP Telephony Node



The Node ID and System ID attributes seems to be single entries possible, is it possible to have multiple entries and how to achieve that ? A migration from a CS1000 system can bring multiple Nodes users in Aura.



I have tried all possible delimiters on my keyboard without success (, ; : - + ./)



Thank you for any advice !
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