Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between the Avaya IP Office 4620, 4620SW and 4621SW IP Phones?
The 4620 and 4620SW SW IP Telephones have the exact same appearance, user interface, and functionality. The phones do have somewhat different internal circuitry, and, unlike the 4620, the 4620SW supports Russian and multi-byte characters (Chinese, Japanese, and Hebrew), as covered in Selecting an Alternate Language in Chapter 6: 4620/4620SW/4621SW IP Telephone Options.
When the term “4620” is used anywhere in this article, the information also applies to the 4620SW, unless otherwise noted.
The 4620SW and the 4621SW are almost exactly the same telephone. Both telephones have the same appearance, user interface, and functionality. The phones do have somewhat different internal circuitry, and the 4621SW has a special backlit display. Like the 4620SW, the 4621SW supports Russian and multi-byte characters (Chinese, Japanese, and Hebrew), as covered in Selecting an Alternate Language in Chapter 6: 4620/4620SW/4621SW IP Telephone Options.
When this article uses the terms “4620” and “4620SW,” the information also applies to the 4621SW, unless otherwise noted.
Why am I not receiving the advertised 25 Mbps upload and download speeds from my Verizon FiOS service?
The variance in speed is probably because FIOS does not offer dedicated bandwidth, instead it is variable similar to DSL or cable modems, it is a basic oversubscription model. T1 circuits offer dedicated bandwidth so you are guaranteed the amount of bandwidth that you subscribe to. The cost to achieve dedicated speeds comparable to FIOS may not be feasible for most small businesses.
How can you work around the loss of Delta Server (call logging) when upgrading Avaya IP Office Software to version 7?
Implement a basic call accounting package like Veramark eCAS and gain access to various reporting functions.
One of Teltek’s customers invented the following: Run System Monitor with only the call log filter enabled. That will give the exact same data Delta Server used to provide. “I’ve left it up for 4 days now and it has no system performance hit and it creates a new log file for each day. The only issue is you can’t log off the PC otherwise System Monitor goes away.”
We added a new telephone number to our Avaya phone system and the other lines are not rolling over into it – how do we fix this?
You will need to contact your phone service provider and request the line be added to the rollover or hunt group. When doing this you will want to review with them the specific order that the lines should roll in (i.e. 5800 rolls to 5801 to 5802, etc.).
We added a new telephone number that is part of the rollover group on our NEC phone system but don’t want to publish the new phone number. We would like all of our customers calling in only on our main number.
Contact your service provider and request that all numbers in the rollover group reflect the outbound caller ID information of your main number. This way it will always appear that you are calling out on your main telephone number no matter which line you use.