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Old 04-14-2014, 11:08 AM
meyer84 meyer84 is offline
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Default Changing 9611G from H323 to SIP

I am running Avaya Aura with 9611G handsets defaulting to H323. I currently have the need to run a few as SIP. I am running SIP on Polycom conferencing phones. When I change the signaling on the 9611G to SIP and save and boot the phone I do not get the SIP settings, I go to view on the phone and the protocol never changes to SIP. I have the feeling that SIP is not in the 46xxxsettings file. I'm not sure how to change the file or even verify that is the issue.
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Old 04-14-2014, 12:43 PM
markgallagher markgallagher is offline
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As far as I'm aware, once the phone has been told to run as a SIP device, it still needs to load the appropriate SIP firmware which it requests from the file server during the reboot.
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