The Avaya IP Office and Partner hardware LEDs display a lot of
information about the system and can be used to troubleshoot in the case of
indicators can lead you to solve certain issues and should be used as
a first go-to troubleshooting tool when attempting to isolate an issue.
Below we have the descriptions for the LEDs (light-emitting diode) for different hardware components and what each of the light's color indicates. The pictures below offer a look at the control unit from the start up sequence with approximate times for each sequence and how it will display after boot up, as well as the base card and daughter trunks card(s).
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