new in Avaya IP Office?
Office R10.1 Service Pack 1 is now available!
we are awaiting the IP Office R10.1 Service Pack 2 - currently
scheduled for release on the 30th March 2018.
IP Office R11.0 target date is May 1, 2018. Cool NEW phones
available for IP Office R11.0 - not available for earlier
IP Office 10.1 Service Pack 1. You'll need
your SSO login to download.
phones no longer supported on IP Office R10
IP Series - EOS 5/2009
Digital Series - EOS 8/2011
IP Series - EOS 11/2010
on Avaya IP Office R10 must all be at R10 PLDS
out our Avaya IP Office Page for more information
FYI: We are SIP certified. Let us help you with SIP on your
Avaya IP Office! http://bishopcomputer.com/ip-office-sip.html
/ Avaya NETWORKING News
Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 3600 series has a download,
Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 3500 series has a download,
Our website address for the ERS 3500 is http://bishopcomputer.com/avaya-ers-3500.html
October 2, 2006 the Merlin Magix system became End of Sale.
See the Avaya notice https://downloads.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/100019584
We provide a lot of remote support for the Magix
systems nationwide. http://bishopcomputer.com/ip-office-remote-support.html
We provide troubleshooting and programming.
Companies still cling to this system. While it is a solid
work horse, it is old technology, dating back to the '80's.
The best move would be to upgrade to an IP Office, using
the Magix 44xx phones. It's a cost effective way to get
into the new technology, getting your phone system to work
for you. Then, when cash flow permits, you can change out
old phones withthe new digital sets, utilizing different
features available on the new phones, such as visual voice.
Here's a picture of a Magix upgrade to IP Office we did
with the 44xx phones http://www.pinterest.com/pin/566327721862128913/
November 8, 2010 the Partner ACS system became End of Sale.
See the Avaya notice
popular systems were simple to use. We still support these
products, but we usually don't carry much stock, as they
tend to go fast. We can still get parts through the used
market, for the most part. Some are harder to come by. Check
out our Partner ACS page. Our first phone system here was
a Partner. Great system that lasted many years. http://bishopcomputer.com/partneracs.html
On that page in the Partner ACS area, we also share
the "How to use your Partner Phone" guide, basically
how to program for users. There is also an upgrade path
to Avaya IP Office if you have the Partner ACS phones, and
you can visit that at the top part of the Partner page.