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My voice mail stopped working since BT changed its IP address. The PC where the Avaya Phone manager is installed is connected to the network through this BT router. How can I restore the Voice Mail. Regards Rajiv

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What was changed? The IP address of the phone system or the IP of the voicemail PC?

You just need to go into manager and change the IP of where the voicemail is in the SYSTEM>VOICMAIL tab.

Posted on Apr 03, 2011

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* First find out the IP address of your Router.
*Inout that IP address in your AVAYA, this should make you AVAYA detect the Router or Network.
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I.Configure your Computer
1.Install Bluetooth Adapter
2. Bluetooth Configuration->Local Services-> Add Serial Services ->Bluetooth Serial Port->Properties
Check – Startup Automatically
Check – Secure Connection
COM Port: COMx( mine is COM6)
3.Control Panel -> Phone and Modem Options->Modems->Add-> Check Don’t detect my modem->Next->(Standard Modem Types)->Communication cable between two computers->Next-> on witch port do you want to install it ? -> Selected ports -> COMx ( in my case COM6)->Next->Finished
Now in phone and modem options->Modems you should have : Communications cable between two computers : Attached to : COMx ( COM6 my case)
Select Communications cable between two computers -> Properties->Modem-> Maximum Port Speed : 115200 -> ok ->ok.
4.Control Panel ->Network Connections ->Create a new connection-> Next->Set up an advanced Connection-> Next-> Accept incoming connections->Next-> Check : Communications cable between two computers ->Next-> Check: Do not allow virtual private connections->next->next->select: Internet Protocol(TCP/IP)->Properties:
Network access : Check Allow callers to access my local area network
TCP/IP address assignment : Specify TCP/IP addresses:
From: 192.168.0.x ( x=50 in my case)
To: 192.168.0.y (y=52 in my case) 
->OK->Next->Finish
5.Network Connections
Bluetooth Network -> Enable
Internet Connection ( your internet connection ) -> properties->Advanced->Check:Allow other network users to connect trought this computer’s Internet Connection->OK
If all goes well : Bluetooth Network-> Properties-> Internet Protocol ( TCP/IP)->Properties Should have the following setting:
Checked Use the followind IP address:
IP address: 192.168.0.1
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
->OK.
6.Start->Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Services->Routing and remote access->Properties->General: Startup type : Automatic - this service MUST be started 
**7.Install AnalogX Proxy http://www.analogx.com:80/files/proxyi.exe (for the latest version)
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II. Configure Phone:
1.Install GnuBox - http://gnubox.dnsalias.org/gnubox/ ( for the latest version)
2.Configure Access point
Tool->Settings->Connection->Accces Points-> New Access point->Use Default Settings
Connection name: Bt
Data Bearer: Packet data
Access point name : Bt
User name: none
Promt Password: NO
Password: ****
Authentication: Secure
Homepage: none
Option->Advanced settings
Network Type: IPv4
Phone IP address: Automatic
Name Servers: Automatic
**Proxy serv. Address: 192.168.0.x ( for me x=50)
**Proxy port number: 6588
3.Configure all the applications from your phone witch require internet acces to use Bt Access Point
4.Configure GnuBox
Options->Install Set to GPRS
Options->Install Create Records
Options->Install->Copy settings from GPRS
Options->Install->set RAS login script
Exit GnuBox
Open Gnubox
Options->2box Bluetooth->Serial Port
Select – your computer
Do you want to require encryption? Yes
Options-> Install->change default AP
** Configure NetFront
Options->Settings->Connection
Enable Proxy : Yes
Proxy Host : 192.168.0.x ( in my case x=50)

Now you can browse the internet from your phone.

NOTE: First Configure the phone and your pc without the ** settings, and if you can’t browse the Internet form your phone then use the ** settings.

Hope this works fine.Thank you.

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