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Overview of Manager
Whats New in Manager 3.2
Upgrading to Manager v 3.2
Installing Manager
Starting Manager & Connecting to IP Office
Backward Compatibility
Configuration Mode Interface
Security Settings
The Menu Bar
Using the Navigation Pane
Using the Group Pane
Group Pane Columns
Using the Details Pane
Using the Error Pane
Altering the Configuration Interface
Status Bar Messages
How the Configuration is Used
Mergeable Settings
Configuration File Sizes
Setting the Discovery IP Address
Loading a Configuration File
Creating a New Configuration
Importing and Exporting Settings
Saving a Configuration onto a PC
Sending a Configuration
Erasing the IP Office Configuration
Mobile twining settings
Line Form Overview
Analog Line Overview
Line | Analog Options
Line | BRI Overview
Line | Short Codes| BRI
Line Form (E1 PRI) Overview
Line | PRI Line (E1)
Line | Short Codes| Channels (E1 PRI)
Line Form (E1-R2) Overview
Line | Channels (E1-R2)
T1 Line Overview
Overview of Security Settings
Default Security Rights Users
Security Mode Interface
Loading and Saving Security Settings
General Security Settings
Security | System Details
Security | Unsecured Interfaces
Security Services Settings
Group Rights | Details| Configuration
Security Administration and Service User Setting
Open, Close / Save Configuration
Change Working Directory
File | Preferences
Offline Create / Send Config
Erase Configuration (Default)| Reboot| Audit Trail
Start Upgrade Wizard Tool
MSN Configuration & Extensions Renumber
File | Open Security Settings
Configuration Settings
System Settings
System | LAN1 Settings
System | DNS Settings
System | Voicemail
System | Telephony
System | H.323 Gatekeeper
System | LDAP Settings
System | System Alarms
System | Call Detail Record
CDR Record Formats and Fields
Call Splitting
Line | Gateway (IP DECT)
IP DECT Line Overview
Line | VoIP (IP)
Line | Line (IP)| Short Codes
IP Trunk Fallback
Line Form (IP) Overview
Line | Special (T1 PRI)
Line | Channels (T1 PRI)| TNS
Line Form (T1 PRI) Overview
Line | Channels T1 Short Codes
IP Office Manager Pt.2
IP Office Manager Pt. 3
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  • *1: Changes to Locale, License Server IP Address and Favor RIP Routes over Static Routes require a reboot.

  • Name:  Default = Control unit MAC address.
    A name to identify this system. This is typically used to identify the configuration by the location or customer's company name. Some features such as Gatekeeper require the system to have a name. This field is case sensitive and within any network of IP Offices must be unique. Do not use punctuation characters such as #, ?, /, -,. and ,.

  • Locale
    This setting sets default telephony and language settings based on the selection. See Supported Country and Locale Settings. For individual users the system settings can be overridden through their own locale setting (User | User | Locale).

  • Password: Default = password
    [2.1 ][3.0DT ][3.0 ][3.1 ][3.2* ]

    A password for controlling access to the operation of the Control Unit. This is required to upgrade and reboot and to send or receive configurations from the Control Unit. This is a required option and a prompt is given if left blank. *For IP Office 3.2 systems this setting has become part of the security settings.

  • Monitor Password: Default = blank
    [2.1 ][3.0DT ][3.0 ][3.1 ][3.2* ]

    This password is used by the Monitor and Call Status applications to allow communication with the main unit. If left blank these applications will use the System Password above.*
    For IP Office 3.2 systems this setting has become part of the security settings.

  • Time Offset: Default = 00:00
    This setting can be used if the IP Office is in a different time zone from its time server. For example, if the IP Office is 5 hours behind the time server, this field should be configured with -5:00 to make the adjustment. The time offset can be adjusted in 15 minute increments. Note: If the time server is a Manager PC, the adjustment can also be done through the Manager BOOTP entry for the system.

  • TFTP Server IP Address: Default = (Broadcast)
    When Manager is running, it can act as the TFTP server for files required by the IP Office control unit and 4600/5600 Series phones. An entry here forces those devices to use the TFTP server at the indicated address. On Small Office Edition and IP406 V2 systems, the LAN1 IP Address can be entered to specify the memory card in their PCMCIA or CF TII slots respectively.  

  • Time Server IP Address: Default = (Default)
    The IP Office control unit contains a battery backed clock used to maintain system time during normal operation and when mains power is removed. The time is obtained using Internet Time protocol (RFC868) requests. Entering disables time server updates.

    • means default operation. In this mode, following a reboot the IP Office control unit will send out a time request on its LAN1 interface. It first makes the request to the Voicemail Server IP address in its configuration and, if it receives no reply, it then makes a broadcast request.  

    • The Voicemail Lite Server, Voicemail Pro Service and the Manager program can all act as time servers for the IP Office, giving the time as set on their host PC.

    • If you are running Manager when the voicemail server starts, voicemail does not start as a time server. It is therefore recommended that you have no copy of Manager running when you start or restart the voicemail server. Manager can be disabled from acting as a time server by deselecting the Enable Time Server option (File | Preferences | Edit | Preferences).

  • File Writer IP Address: Default = (Disabled)
    For Small Office Edition and IP406 V2 control units only. This field sets the address of the PC allowed to send files to the memory card in their PCMCIA or CF TII slots. See Using Compact Flash.

  • License Server IP Address: Default =
    This is the IP address of the server PC providing license key validation for the IP Office. For a serial license key plugged directly into the control unit, the field should be left blank. Note that separate IP Offices cannot use the same address for license validation.

  • AVPP IP Address: Default = (Disabled)
    Where Avaya 3600 Series SpectraLink wireless handsets are being used with the IP Office, this field is used to specify the IP address of the Avaya Voice Priority Processor (AVPP).  

  • Conferencing Center URL:Default = Blank (Disabled).
    This is the root URL of the web server being used to support Conferencing Center, for example http://server/. This address is then by the Phone Manager and SoftConsole applications to launch Conference Center functions.  In Phone Manager setting this value enables use of the join conference controls.

  • DSS Status: Default = Off
    This setting affects Avaya display phones with programmable buttons. It controls whether pressing a DSS key set to another user who is on a call will display details of their caller. When off, no caller information is displayed.

  • Beep on Listen: Default = On (USA)/On (Rest of World)
    This setting controls whether call parties hear a repeating tone when their call is monitored by another party using the Call Listen feature.

  • Hide auto record: Default = On (USA)/Off (Rest of World)
    During call recording by Voicemail Pro, some Avaya terminals display REC to show that the call is being recorded. When on, Hide auto record suppresses this recording indication.

  • Favour RIP Routes over Static Routes: Default = Off
    RIP can be enabled on the IP Office LAN1 and LAN2 interfaces, and on specific Services. When this setting is on, the RIP route to a destination overrides any static route to the same destination in the IP Office's IP Routes, regardless of the RIP route's metric. The only exception is RIP routes with a metric of 16 which are always ignored. Note: If a previously learnt RIP route fails, the IP Office applies a metric of 16 five minutes after the failure. When off, any RIP route to a destination for which a static route has been configured is ignored.








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