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Setting the Discovery Addresses

By default, when  or File | Open configuration is selected, Manager's Select IP Office menu appears. It performs a UDP broadcast to the address 255.255.255.255. This broadcast will only locate IP Office systems that are on the same network subnet as the Manager PC.

The process above is called discovery. A UDP broadcast will not be routed to other networks and subnets. Therefore to find IP Office systems not located on the same subnet as the Manager PC, the following other options are supported.

  • Specific Addressing
    The Unit/Broadcast Address shown on the Select IP Office menu can be changed to the specific IP address of the required system. A single address is routable and so can be used to discover an IP Office system on another subnet.

  • TCP Address Ranges
    IP Office 3.2 systems support discovery by TCP rather than UDP. To support this, a set of TCP addresses and address ranges can be specified for use by the Select IP Office discovery process.

 

Changing the Initial Discovery Settings
The Discovery tab of the Manager Preferences menu can be used to set the UDP and TCP addresses used by the discovery process run by the Select IP Office menu.

  1. Select File | Preferences menu.

  2. Select the Discovery tab.  

  3. Under UDP Discovery you can enter the default UDP broadcast address to be used by the discovery process.

  4. In the IP Search Criteria box you can enter IP addresses and IP address ranges for TCP discovery. Addresses are should be separated by semi-colons, ranges by - dashes.

 

 

 

 

 

   
   

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