The functions in this section are not shown when browsing the menu of system administration options on a phone. Instead they are only displayed when the appropriate code is entered in the menu.

Copy Extension Settings
Copy the user settings (except name and number) from one extension to another of the same type.

Remote Administration Password
Change the password used for PC access to the system configuration settings.

Backup the Configuration
Backup the current configuration.

Restore the Configuration
Copy a previous backup of the configuration file from a card in the Optional SD slot, to the System SD card and restart the system with the new configuration.

System Copy
Copy the System SD card files to the Optional SD card.  

System Default
Restart the system and return all settings to their defaults.

System Reset
Save the system settings and restart the system.

System Shutdown
Save the system settings and shutdown the system for maintenance.

System Upgrade
Copy new software from the Optional SD card to the System SD card and then restart the system using the new software.

Switch SSL VPN Services On/Off
If the system has been configured for support by an SSL VPN service link, you can turn the link on or off.


Other Functions

The following settings affect system operation. These functions should typically only be performed when a system is first installed:

System Mode
This setting is used to switch the system between key system mode and PBX system mode.

System Numbering
Set whether the system should use 2-digit or 3-digit extension numbering.

System Locale
Set the locale (country) that the system is installed in. This value adjusts a range of hidden trunks settings and the default system language.

System Language
Set the default language for all extensions. The display language for individual extensions can be changed.


SD Cards

The phone system has slots for SD cards which are used to store various files needed by the phone system. The System SD slot must always contain an Avaya IP Office Basic Edition SD card.

Cards can be inserted while the system is running. However cards should only be removed while the system is shutdown. This ensures that the card is not removed while files are being written to the card as that could cause corruption of those files.