Using an Avaya 4610SW IP phone with Cisco CME 3.3

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  1. ttripp

    ttripp Guest

    I have a Cisco CME 3.3 test lab set up, and have several 7940 and 7960
    IP phones attached (2691 router w/ 3550 PoE switch).

    I also have an Avaya 4610SW IP phone that I'd like to add to the
    system. From what I've read, this should be possible. My question
    is, how?

    I'm thinking the phone has to know which vlan is the voice vlan so it
    can pick up the correct IP address from DHCP, then it has to be
    registered with CME. Does anyone have any step-by-step directions I
    could follow? Thanks.
     
    ttripp, Nov 20, 2008
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    Bob Guest

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    On Thu, 20 Nov 2008 10:28:14 -0800 (PST), ttripp <>
    wrote:

    >I have a Cisco CME 3.3 test lab set up, and have several 7940 and 7960
    >IP phones attached (2691 router w/ 3550 PoE switch).
    >
    >I also have an Avaya 4610SW IP phone that I'd like to add to the
    >system. From what I've read, this should be possible. My question
    >is, how?
    >
    >I'm thinking the phone has to know which vlan is the voice vlan so it
    >can pick up the correct IP address from DHCP, then it has to be
    >registered with CME. Does anyone have any step-by-step directions I
    >could follow? Thanks.
     
    Bob, Nov 20, 2008
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    ttripp Guest

    On Nov 20, 1:39 pm, Bob <> wrote:
    > Visit avayausers.com
    >
    > On Thu, 20 Nov 2008 10:28:14 -0800 (PST), ttripp <>
    > wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > >I have a Cisco CME 3.3 test lab set up, and have several 7940 and 7960
    > >IP phones attached (2691 router w/ 3550 PoE switch).

    >
    > >I also have an Avaya 4610SW IP phone that I'd like to add to the
    > >system.  From what I've read, this should be possible.  My question
    > >is, how?

    >
    > >I'm thinking the phone has to know which vlan is the voice vlan so it
    > >can pick up the correct IP address from DHCP, then it has to be
    > >registered with CME.  Does anyone have any step-by-step directions I
    > >could follow?  Thanks.- Hide quoted text -

    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Thanks, looks like lots of good info.
     
    ttripp, Nov 20, 2008
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