Catalyst ConfigTool v5.034 Release Notes

by Doug Rogier on February 16, 2011 · 0 comments

in Catalyst ConfigTool,ScanSource Catalyst

This post includes the new features and bug fixes for the 5.034 release of the Catalyst ConfigTool.  You can download the Catalyst ConfigTool from the CatalystTelecom web site by clicking here.

Below is a list of Additions, Changes and Fixes:

  • Avaya IP Office
    • Partner Edition:
      • Can now add up to 20 SIP trunks per documentation.
      • ATM4 Cards limited to 3 per documentation.
    • Added (?) to view location name summary pop-up.
    • Multi-Site:
      • Excel 2007 crash when changing multi-site name.
      • Would not re-open multi-site locations.
      • Switching from location 1 with IP phones would throw a resource error.  Happened only when changing from site 1 the first time.
    • 9640 and 9650 labels switched.
    • 364x Click to View certified WLAN products link was broken
    • Combo Cards incrementing when going from Simple to Advanced and Back.
    • Re-open configuration and going to Simple Mode without changing anything in Advanced Mode would clear config.
    • 1416/1616 Wall base not in output when selected
    • Upgrade/Migrate Wizard:
      • Import of IP500 did not recognize Expansion 4 when present.
      • Upgrade of CCC to CCR without Voicemail Pro not recognized.
      • Serial Port Feature Key available when keeping an IP400 System
    • Added Multi-Site Quick View Summary
      • Shows up when have more than one location
      • Shows port counts and stations type count
  • Switch Matrix:
    • Fixed combo port search issue.
    • Changed Search option layout
  • MultiTech MultiVoIP not shown in output when selected.
  • Avaya ERS 55xx support codes mixed up
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Doug Rogier is a Convergence Specialist at Catalyst Telecom in Greenville, SC. He has over 20 years of experience in communications technologies and is a regular contributor to The Source on technical usage and scenarios.

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