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Avaya IP-Office and Partner: Description of the LEDs and What They Tell Us

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 failures. These 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).


Summary of Various Avaya IP Office Hardware LED Indicator Lights

What the Different Colors Indicate

Avaya IP Office Hardware LED Indicator Descriptions


Ayaya IP Office Control Unit LEDs. The LEDs on the rear of the control unit go through the following sequence during a normal start up sequence. Note: Times are approximate.

Avaya IP Office hardware startup indicator light description.

 

IP Office Control Unit LEDs. These are the LED descriptions after the control unit has booted up.

Avaya IP Office control units LED description. 

 

IP Office Base Card LEDs

Avaya IP Office base card LED descriptions. 

 

Avaya IP Office Trunk Daughter Card LEDs

Avaya IP Office trunk card LED descriptions. 

 

About Avaya

Avaya corporate history.Avaya is a worldwide communications company known for its enterprise communications systems. The company provides Unified Communications, Contact Centers, Data solutions and related services directly and through its Channel partners. Starting as At&t, the company that would become Avaya, was part of Lucent Technologies. In 2000 Lucent decided to spin off a portion of their business that became Avaya, which later bought a large part of failed Nortel. Avaya filed for bankruptcy in 2016/2017. In 2018 after emerging from bankruptcy began a revised strategy of pursuing new technologies and cloud based computing. Avaya continues to distribute their licensed business phone systems through dealers. Recently, Mitel has been in talks with Avaya regarding acquisition, however at this time Avaya has not determined which way they will proceed as cloud based services have proved to have changed the traditional telecom landscape. 2020 will find more companies than ever before moving to a hosted cloud based business phone solution from their in-house PBX phone systems. For small to mid-sized companies several hosted VoIP providers have proven to offer outstanding cost effective plans. A top choice is: RingCentral Plans.

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