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Topic # 190944 17-Jan-2016 16:13
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Just wondering if someone could help me out with an approximate second hand price for the following Avaya gear? All in good working order

 

1 x Avaya IP406 v2 Control Unit

 

with the following hardware options:

 

  • 1 x VCM20 20 Channel Voice Compression module
  • 1 x 4 port BRI card
  • 1 x External License dongle
and the following software licenses:

 

  • IP end-points: enabled
  • Voicemail Pro (4 ports), instances 255
  • Phone Manager Pro (per seat), instances 50
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  Reply # 1473277 17-Jan-2016 16:48
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I don't know specifically with Avaya but the Licence Maybe be registered for a Certain Company only so when you sell the hardware you are not supposed to include the licences.

 

So depending on the Cost of a re-licence for the new people the hardware itself might be worth nothing.

 

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1473355 17-Jan-2016 20:23
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The problem with Avaya is that it is just too difficult to keep older systems operational as there are so many external dependencies on 3rd party kit. i.e. voicemail pro (the version you are looking for) won't run under any recent windows releases, the 406 is end of life (a long time ago)  so you would not be able to purchase any licenses without upgrading to a later model ip office, and much of the hardware has changed as well.

 

If you needed any tech support I doubt if anyone would be willing to help as Avaya support would not be forthcoming to them (requires you to have a yearly support contract on a current or 1 version back P Office.

 

It's all very ugly and expensive now

 

 

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1473803 18-Jan-2016 13:55
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Ah that's interesting thanks. I might list it on Trade Me later and try my luck. Someone might still be running this gear in production and want a spare unit in case it falls over

 

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  Reply # 1488166 9-Feb-2016 16:13
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omnius,

 

rosco62 is right the kit is virtually worthless and if someone is running/needing a 406 then they are at risk.

 

some of the handsets still have value specifically the digital (not IP) 5410 and 5420's.

 

support/service contracts are just the way of it.


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