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The best practice for installation is to use the IP Office system as the DHCP server for the phones. This simplifies both installation and maintenance. Other methods should only be used if the customer does not want the IP Office system to perform DHCP for telephones.

Before installing any 1100 or 1200 Series phones, the following processes should be completed to prepare the system to support those phones:

1.Ensure that the installation pre-requisites have been met.

2.Load the 1100/1200 Software Files onto the system.

3.Enable SIP Phone Support.

4.Check the System File Server Settings.

5.User and Extension Creation.

6.Add licenses.

7.Once the above steps have been completed, installation of individual phones can be started.



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Issue 06.a.-
Thursday, April 26, 2018