Avaya has released software v18.104.22.168 for the Ethernet Routing Switch 8600/8800. L3VSN default route was not correctly installed in the RTM when it was received via ISIS. As a result L3VSN traffic that needs to use the default route was being dropped. This problem is specific to L3VSN only. It did not affect GRT default routes via ISIS. (wi00996566) Please refer to the release notes for all the details. Avaya IP Softphone 2050 Release 4.3 Avaya has released the IP Softphone 2050 Release 4.3.081 for Microsoft Windows. There is specific mention of support for 64bit versions of Microsoft Windows […] Read More
Avaya has released the IP Softphone 2050 Release 4.0 (Build 008) for the Microsoft Windows PC. The following enhancements are now available; Support for BCM 50, 450 Rebranding Node-Locked Licensing Secure Signaling using DTLS Secure Call Recording Incoming Call Pop-up Enhancements The following issues have been resolved; (091210-67218/091216-70624) 2050 is not marking QoS values in packets (see Technical Advisory Section) (091030-43866) IP Call Recording stops working after retrieve call from Hold (091203-63291) Unable to configure annotation feature keys in Expansion Module. (091008-30561) i2050.exe process does not release GDI Objects (100224-05132) 2050 IP Softphone on CICM: Delay when hanging up from a call (100310-13208) Configuration tool does […] Read More
Nortel has released the IP Softphone 2050 Release 3.4 (Build 3.4.003) for Windows PC. This maintenance release of the Nortel IP Softphone 2050 provides support for Windows 7 while addressing some known issues and bugs.
We recently started deploying the Nortel IP 2050 Softphone v3.x for our work-from-home Contact Center agent pilot. With software release v3.x or higher you need a licensing server somewhere in your network. That means that yes you need to purchase licenses for all your concurrent 2050 users. It's my understanding that Nortel has licensed various technologies in the 2050 that required it to deploy a licensing server as set forth in the licensing agreements with the various third parties. We chose to deploy the Nortel IP Softphone 2050 Licensing Server on the same server that where we had the Nortel […] Read More