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I have not tried it but I did hear the clock will count down for the seven years but you can set it to zero and it will not. run down. I believe 7 years is more than enough time.  I'm not sure of the 7030 but I need to check on it. I have a 7030 which need the voicemail license.
Avaya / Lucent / Re: Upgrade 1120e and 1220e sets to SIP?
« Last post by telemarv on July 26, 2021, 07:16:17 AM »
The beauty of the 11xx phones is you can plug a keyboard into the USB port. Makes user programming a cinch.
Avaya / Lucent / Re: Upgrade 1120e and 1220e sets to SIP?
« Last post by RATHER BE FISHING on July 24, 2021, 09:58:31 PM »
Interesting project. I have taken the 1120 and 1140 sets that were on an old CS2100 CICM and reflashed them from UNISTIM Nortel flash to SIP and reinstalled them on an Avaya AS5300. Was able to get multiple line appearances.
Avaya / Lucent / Re: Upgrade 1120e and 1220e sets to SIP?
« Last post by mongo5150 on July 23, 2021, 12:24:42 PM »
Glad you got it.
Avaya / Lucent / Re: Upgrade 1120e and 1220e sets to SIP?
« Last post by matherton on July 22, 2021, 09:43:11 AM »
Well lots of learning about the old Nortel 1120e and 1140e sets, and I guess they were marvels for their time in the early 2000's when engineered and built in the late 2000s. 
I was able to upgrade the 1120e to SIP V3 (my sample of the product is first-gen which doesn't get V4 support) and the 1140e to SIP V4. 
There's quite a bit of 'already researched' work by others out there on this topic, its just -what keywords to use to find- but I was able to connect both of these (now with Avaya SIP firmware on them) to my Grandstream UCM6302.  (Doing the legwork for interop testing for a customer who wants to use our Grandstream PBX we've installed as a Nurse Call middle-ware server/call manipulator for the Nurse Call notifications)
The SIP software is basic - it does connect and work as a single line phone with the standard basic SIP functionality (transfer, conference, DND, HOLD, voicemail lamp control) but I can't seem to get more than 1 line on each set.  Documentation says its possible but perhaps I need the absolute latest version of firmware because both sets ignore the additional line key login programming.

Programming is really only done by creating a text document and having that document pulled by the set using TFTP or HTTP, same as how firmware gets sent.  No built-in webpage we've come to enjoy on more recent products.  Keypad programming is limited to IP address connectivity info to get it on the network, and provisioning server info to tell it where to get its programming.  Programming keys beyond line key to get it logged into the PBX must be done through non-intuitive button pressing on the keypad.

Was a fun interop testing project.  Now the customer can make decisions about what they want to do for an upgrade.  (keep all their old Nortel IP phones but with very basic connectivity and buttons that we wouldn't program for them, or upgrade the desk sets.)  These sets seem physically quite well made, some of the buttons are a little glitchy but dialing and audio quality seem quite good.
Thanks for the help guys
Computers, Software & Accessories / Re: Android tablet question
« Last post by MacGyver on July 21, 2021, 04:05:33 PM »
I just checked our tablets and it works there too.  We're using Galaxy Tabs.  I did find where others have had the issue and there is a lot on Google about it.  Here is one thread:  https://support.google.com/chrome/thread/77435477/no-add-to-home-screen-in-menu-on-chrome-mobile?hl=en

Computers, Software & Accessories / Re: Android tablet question
« Last post by MacGyver on July 21, 2021, 11:32:14 AM »
Very strange.  I'm pretty sure I downloaded it all out of the Play Store.  I grabbed a tablet earlier, but it's dead so I put it on the charger.  All of my tablets around here are going to be Samsung so they may be different, but I'll look.  I think we have one old Kindle Fire tablet around here somewhere.  I'll see if I can find that as well.
Computers, Software & Accessories / Re: Android tablet question
« Last post by EV607797 on July 21, 2021, 01:37:25 AM »
Oddly, I was able to download the app for Google Voice, which was more important to me than anything via Google.  It wasn't offered in the Play Store, but from the web, an app link was available.  Odd...  Still no luck with YouTube, but if I go to Chrome and select it from the list of sites, and *POOF*, it pops up as if I had an app for it.  I guess that will suffice, but now I'm more curious than anything.

The biggest Google-related issue is that somehow, my account has gotten crossed with my sister's.  I can't sign in using my account; I have to use hers now to reach MY Google apps.  That's been going on for a while now, in fact even my smart TVs must use her Google login credentials in order to work.  That one has me baffled big-time, but I hold out little hope of fixing something that complicated.  I wish it would let me access mine so that my phone contacts would carry over, but I suppose that it wasn't meant to be.  At least my GV number comes over.  I'm still further ahead than I was a few days ago.

I was able to download the YouTube and Google Voice apps on my iPhones via the iTunes store without incident.  That said, I'm going to chalk this up to being just another Google issue.
If anyone is still using an OfficeServ 7000 series (maybe not the 7030), there is a last-version of software available that allows fully open licenses for all features.  Effectively it has opened up the Demo License and extended it for 7 years.  (likely longer than the system will still be in service)
Avaya / Lucent / Re: Upgrade 1120e and 1220e sets to SIP?
« Last post by matherton on July 20, 2021, 12:45:58 PM »
Sent you a PM
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