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Licensing and Provisioning

IP Office Video Softphone forms part of the Teleworker or Power User profile. A user can log onto the Softphone using their normal username and password. License entitlement will be checked against that user before the login is accepted.

Unlike Avaya hard phones, Softphone does not require an Avaya IP Phone License to work on IP Office.

While the Softphone is a thick client application, it is extremely easy to install and provision. Installation of the application on a standard PC requires minimal to no configuration as all provisioning of the product is done from the IP Office as a provisioning server.

If a DHCP server is present and set up correctly, Softphone will completely configure itself. The user only needs to enter the username and password to get connected.

If DHCP is not available, the user needs to enter a single IP address of the IP Office; all other parameters will be set automatically.

Softphone can be set up so that, when the PC starts up, the application is automatically started with the default username and password. The user can disable automatic login as well as interrupt it any time.

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Last Modified: 29/12/2009