Avaya IP Ofice 8.0 Quick Mode Instaltion

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Table of Contents
  • Issue 24i (20 December

    7
  • System overview

    9
  • Additional documentation

    10
  • IP Office Modes

    11
  • Overall Capacity

    12
  • Hardware Support Summary

    13
  • Feature Support Summary

    14
  • IP500 V2 System Components

    15
  • Control Unit Cards

    17
  • IP500 Trunk Cards

    19
  • External Expansion Modules

    20
  • IP500 External Expansion Modules

    21
  • Power Supplies and Cables

    22
  • Power Supply Cords

    23
  • Power Supply Backup

    24
  • Cabling and Cables

    25
  • Grounding

    27
  • Lightning Protection/Out-of-Building Connections

    28
  • Wall and Rack Mounting

    29
  • Rack mounting

    30
  • Feature Keys and Licenses

    31
  • IP Office Phones

    32
  • SIP Trunks

    34
  • Supported Country Locales

    35
  • Training

    36
  • Emergency and Power Failure Ports

    37
  • Installation requirements

    39
  • Environmental Requirements

    40
  • Space Requirements

    41
  • IP500 and IP500 V2 Control Units

    42
  • Wall Mounting

    43
  • Rack Space Requirements

    45
  • Phone Based Administration

    49
  • Administration Suite Applications

    51
  • Installer PC Connection

    53
  • Starting IP Office Manager

    54
  • Starting System Status

    55
  • Starting Monitor

    56
  • Tools and Equipment Required

    59
  • Documentation

    60
  • Unpacking

    61
  • IP500 Card Installation

    62
  • IP500 Daughter Card Preparation

    63
  • IP500 Legacy Card Preparation

    64
  • IP500 Card Insertion

    65
  • Wall Mounting Kit V1

    69
  • Rack Mounting

    70
  • Connecting External Expansion Modules

    72
  • Network Connection

    75
  • Starting the System

    76
  • Checking the LEDs

    77
  • Connecting Phones

    78
  • TCM Phones

    79
  • Enabling IP Office Web Manager

    83
  • Displaying a System's IP Address

    84
  • Logging In

    85
  • Changing the Default Passwords

    86
  • Setting the System Mode (PBX or Key)

    87
  • Setting the System Country

    88
  • Setting the System Language

    89
  • Setting the Number of Lines

    90
  • Adding Licenses

    91
  • Changing Network Settings

    93
  • Setting the Emergency Numbers

    94
  • Setting the Outside Line Prefix

    95
  • Automatic Line Selection

    96
  • Entering Licenses

    99
  • Setting the System Locale

    100
  • Select Key System or PBX System Mode

    101
  • Changing the IP Address Settings

    102
  • Extension Numbering

    104
  • Switching Off an IP Office System

    110
  • Rebooting an IP Office System

    111
  • Memory Card Removal

    112
  • Memory Card Reinsertion

    113
  • Changing Components

    114
  • Upgrading the IP Office Software

    116
  • Using the Upgrade Wizard

    117
  • Using an SD Card

    119
  • Out of Building Telephone Installations

    120
  • DS Phones

    121
  • Analog Phone Barrier Box

    122
  • Rack Mounting Barrier Boxes

    123
  • Using the External Output Port

    124
  • Reset Button

    125
  • DTE Port Maintenance

    126
  • Erasing the Configuration

    127
  • Defaulting Security Settings

    129
  • Erasing the Operational Firmware

    130
  • Booting from the SD Cards

    137
  • Creating an IP Office SD Card

    139
  • Viewing the Card Contents

    141
  • Backing Up the System SD Card

    142
  • Restore from the Backup Folder

    143
  • Backing Up to the Optional Card

    144
  • Restoring from the Optional Card

    145
  • Upgrading Card Software

    147
  • Upgrading Remotely Using Manager

    148
  • Upgrading Using an Optional SD Card

    149
  • Removing SD Cards

    150
  • Card Startup

    151
  • System Shutdown

    152
  • System components

    153
  • IP500 V2 Control Unit

    155
  • IP500 Base Cards

    158
  • Analog Phone

    160
  • ATM Combination Card

    161
  • BRI Combination Card

    162
  • Digital Station

    163
  • ETR6 Card

    164
  • TCM8 Digital Station

    166
  • IP500 Trunk Daughter Cards

    167
  • Analog Trunk Card

    168
  • BRI Trunk Cards

    169
  • PRI Trunk Cards

    170
  • IP500 Expansion Modules

    171
  • Analog Trunk 16

    172
  • Digital Station 16/30

    174
  • Digital Station 16A/30A

    176
  • Phone

    179
  • Feature Keys

    181
  • Embedded voicemail

    182
  • Mounting Kits

    183
  • IP500 Rack Mounting Kit

    184
  • Phones

    185
  • Audio Conferencing Unit

    193
  • Etr 6, etr 6d

    194
  • ETR 18, ETR 18D

    195
  • ETR 34D

    196
  • M7100

    197
  • M7208

    198
  • M7310

    199
  • M7324

    200
  • T7000

    201
  • T7208

    202
  • T7316

    203
  • T7316E

    204
  • T7406, T7406e

    205
  • Phone Add-Ons

    206
  • DBM32

    207
  • KLM Module

    208
  • T7316e KEM

    209
  • Ancilliary Systems

    210
  • Applications

    211
  • Monitor

    212
  • Softphone

    213
  • System Status Application (SSA)

    214
  • TAPI

    215
  • IP Office Ports

    216
  • Physical Ports

    219
  • Cables

    220
  • ANALOG Port

    222
  • BRI Port (To)

    223
  • DC I/P Port

    224
  • EF Port

    225
  • ETR Port

    226
  • EXPANSION Port

    227
  • LAN Port

    228
  • PF Port

    229
  • PHONE (POT) Port

    230
  • PRI Port

    232
  • TCM Port (RJ21)

    233
  • Licences

    234
  • System Edition Licenses

    235
  • Trunk Licensing

    236
  • Lithium Batteries

    240
  • Trunk Interface Modules

    241
  • Further Information and Product Updates

    242
  • EMC Directive

    243
  • Regulatory Instructions for Use

    244
  • China

    245
  • European Union

    246
  • FCC Notification

    247
  • Compliance with FCC Rules

    249
  • Index

    251
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