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Old 04-12-2010, 10:21 AM
teekow teekow is offline
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Default Octel 350 with Nortel CS1000M rls 6

My customer has an old Octel 350, Aria software which is connected via set emulation to the existing CS1000M rls 4.5. I am upgrading the pbx to rls 6, and am wondering if anyone else has an old Octel system in place with anything newer than CS1000 rls 4.5 (r6 would be great).

Any ideas or gotchas would be great to hear.

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Old 04-22-2010, 10:39 AM
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Default Octel 350 with Nortel CS1000M rls 6


I do not believe there is a config note for that Nortel product. If it currently is working on rel 4.5, Avaya probably would not know if rel 6 has any issues in the lines of integration. If there are any problems after the upgrade and the integration did not change, open a ticket and some troubleshooting can be done.

I apologize that we do not have any specifics, but the only thing I can suggest is to do the upgrade and see what happens and handle on a case by case basis if any problems arise.

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Old 05-08-2010, 06:30 AM
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we have customers that have done this and it works fine.
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