Twinning

11 Mar: The Avaya IP Office can do what? – Twinning

The Avaya IP Office can do what? – Twinning The Avaya IP Office phone system has a multitude of features to make day to day call handling easier. The feature for discussion today is Twinning. Since many people spend time out of the office, how do you ensure your callers can get hold of you when you are not at your desk phone? It is possible to activate a call forward on your phone if…

Avaya J100-series IP phones

04 Mar: End-of-Sale: Avaya 9608G and 9611G

Avaya have updated their end-of-sale notice for 9608G and 9611G IP desk phones to the 10th of June 2019 in both single pack and 4 pack. At present the 9611G 4-pack are already sold out but there is some some stock remaining of the 9608G 4-packs. Any quotes that have been submitted based on the 4-pack price will need to be re-quoted based on the single pack price. The migration path is the J169 replacing…

Avaya IP Office

01 Mar: Avaya IP Office Release 11 SP2

Avaya has released IP Office Release 11 SP2 firmware. Aside from the usual bug fixes, the following updates have been made: Firmware updates to the DECT Basestations – both versions 1 and 2. Firmware updates to the DECT Gateways Firmware updates to the DECT charging racks Firmware updates to all J-series IP phones Simplified Self Admin to the Powered by Avaya hosted solution Multi-Tier Administration for the Powered by Avaya hosted solution Changes to a…

ISDN2 NT-1's

19 Feb: Telstra begins disconnection of ISDN services later this year

Following on from our article posted in July last year, are you one of the 30,000 businesses in Queensland alone that will need to be migrated off of ISDN? Telstra will commence the disconnection of ISDN services delivered by copper from the end of September this year, as the NBN rollout continues to bring business-grade networking solutions online. This will mostly affect ISDN2’s but some ISDN10/20/30 are delivered over copper if the site is only…

phone cut

19 Feb: Help, I’ve got no lines

Have you missed the notification of the NBN copper cutoff? Assuming that something hasn’t happened to the external network and NBN is available in your area, it may be that the 18 month grace period between NBN availability and the disconnection of PSTN legacy services has occurred. In the case of special services like ISDN and high speed data, the grace period is 36 months. The term “copper cutoff” was originally applied to areas that…