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=== 4620SW ===
 
[[Image:Avaya 4620SW.jpg|thumb|Avaya 4620SW]]
 
[[Image:Avaya 4620SW.jpg|thumb|Avaya 4620SW]]
 
 
* only uses pins 1,2,3 + 6 (100Base-T)
 
* only uses pins 1,2,3 + 6 (100Base-T)
 
* PoE compatible
 
* PoE compatible
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You will need a TFTP server and the 46xxSettings.txt file (see [https://support.avaya.com/downloads/download-details.action?contentId=C2009071016160372125345&productId=P0553 Avaya's sample] and [https://gist.github.com/LeftyBC/6589411 a snippet from LeftyBC on github gist]
 
You will need a TFTP server and the 46xxSettings.txt file (see [https://support.avaya.com/downloads/download-details.action?contentId=C2009071016160372125345&productId=P0553 Avaya's sample] and [https://gist.github.com/LeftyBC/6589411 a snippet from LeftyBC on github gist]
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=== 9650 ===
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[[Image:Avaya 9650.jpg|thumb|Avaya 9650]]
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Location: [[Location::User:xopr|xopr's]] (project crate and a bunch at home)
 
Location: [[Location::User:xopr|xopr's]] (project crate and a bunch at home)
 
[[Category:Telephony]]
 
[[Category:Telephony]]

Revision as of 16:59, 23 March 2020

Contents

4620SW

Avaya 4620SW
  • only uses pins 1,2,3 + 6 (100Base-T)
  • PoE compatible
  • custom power module available: GND:pin 7, +48V:pin 8
  • upon booting (about 20 seconds), the following message appears:
    100 mbps ethernet (you might want to unplug the ethernet cable if the keys do not respond)
    * to program (after this step, you can plug in the ethernet connection again so you are able to type in the SIG command at the end)
  • press *
  • confirm every default with # (8x)
  • at the end, it says "No new values. #=OK": confirm
  • at the blank screen, type mute744# (Mute SIG#, you will notice a distinct short tick when pressing mute, and other keys being silent)
  • change to SIP by cycling using * and confirm using #

You will need a TFTP server and the 46xxSettings.txt file (see Avaya's sample and a snippet from LeftyBC on github gist

9650

Avaya 9650


Location: xopr's (project crate and a bunch at home)