Avaya: How to Log-in and
Connect to Your IP Office System
The Avaya IP Office
Manager, Avaya’s best selling phone system, has been a
go to phone system for small to mid-sized businesses. With plenty of existing Avaya
IP Office PBX systems in operation and Avaya now remerged from bankruptcy and back in operation, there will be more. Many IT admin employees
find themselves in the role as the phone administrator, needing to make system
changes and MAC (moves, adds and changes), and normal every day programming changes. Saving money
from your budget for other items is helpful, because having to
call a phone vendor for every small change is costly and burdensome. The
instructions below should be helpful when connecting up to administer your IP
Office system through the Avaya IP Office Manager software. You can download the
Admin Lite software below.
for both the Username and Password are Administrator and good practice should
always require a change from these for security purposes. If they have already been
someone in your company has been given the correct information, which they
should have been, as defaulting a system for lack of access for not knowing the
correct login credentials is not something one has to go through, however it can be done.
Avaya IP Office- How to Connect Instructions, step by step.
Start by opening the Avaya IP Office Manager icon on your computer's desktop
by double clicking or navigating to it from the menu.
- Click on Open Configuration from the System ignoring and allowing
bypass of any Windows Security Alert pop-up and allow the program to
- Next you will it find best to leave the TCP Discovery as
default (IP address 255.255.255.255) and click on the Refresh button.
- If the IP Office Manager does locate an IP Office system on the
network it will show the IP Address of the IP Office system, which you
now recognize as the system has been connected.
- NOTE: If the IP Office system is not found on the network see the
next set of instructions below.
At the top left hand corner of the IP Office application, click on
the box and press Ok. This will open the Configuration Service User Log
in box where the log in credentials can be entered.
- Enter the Administrative Server user name and password and click Ok
to access the system's configuration. NOTE: The default user name and
password is Administrator.
How to connect to your IP Office when it is not found on the network.
- Start by connecting an Ethernet cable to the IP Office's LAN or the
WAN (OAM) Port (located at the back of the IP Office System) and then to
a stand-alone PC.
- Ensure the PC being connected has DHCP enabled and has IP the Office
software loaded, then double click on the IP Office Manager icon on your
PC's desktop or click on Start > All Programs > IP Office > Manager.
- At this point the IP Office Manager will check for the IP Office
System. If the PC doesn't discover the IP Office system, leave the TCP
Discovery default IP address as 255.255.255.255 and click the Refresh
- NOTE: The WAN (OAM) default IP address is 10.10.11.1. The LAN
default IP address is 192.168.42.1.
- If the IP Office Manager locates the IP Office system, tick the box
next to the default IP address and click Ok. This will open the
configuration Log On page. Enter the Administrative Server User Name and
Password and then click Ok to access the system's configuration. NOTE:
The default user name and password is Administrator.
Avaya IP-Office Admin Lite Programming Software
Note: The Admin Lite Manager software can be used for programming, making
changes and configuration of the system. It cannot be used for upgrading a
Avaya IP-Office Admin
Software 195 MB ZIPPED
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