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IP500 V2/V2A IP Office Basic Edition

Each IP500 DS16B/DS30B and DS16B2/DS30B2 external expansion module in a system can support either DS phone ports or BST phone ports.

The modules default to DS phone port operation. The mode of any particular module can be changed though the system configuration.

The processes below require the IP Office system to reboot in order to apply any changes made. The reboot ends all current calls and services.

DS16B/DS30B Upgrade Behavior:
For DS16B/DS30B modules the process of loading the appropriate firmware for the selected mode or upgrading takes up to 10 minutes during which time the module is not available.

DS16B2/DS30B2 Upgrade Behavior:
The behavior of DS16/30B2 during firmware upgrade or switching modes differs from other external expansion units:

During the firmware upgrade, the unit remains operational and can make and receive calls.

Once the upgrade is completed (approximately 9 minutes) the unit reboots and takes about 45 seconds to return to normal operation.


To change the IP500 DS16B/30B port mode:

1.On the configuration home page, select Change System Settings. Alternatively from the Admin Tasks list select System (if the Admin Tasks list is not visible, select View and deselect Hide Admin Tasks).

2.In the Installed Hardware section, select the external DS16B or DS30B module. It is listed as DIG ADPx16 RJ45B or DIG ADPx30 RJ45B respectively.

3.Use the Operating Mode drop-down list to select what type of phones the module supports. Select the required mode.

For DS ports, select DS.

For BST ports, select BST.

4.Click Apply.

5.Continue with the basic configuration or click on the icon save config save icon to save the updated configuration and then continue.



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