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Does anyone have any experience of configuring these phones for use with Operator? We have a network with around 70 of these handsets and we are about to put Operator in. Ideally, they won't need to change all of their handsets as they are a charity.

Any pointers would be great!
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You can start with this article:
http://manuals.gfi.com/en/kerio/operator/content/phone-provi sioning/configuring-automatic-phone-provisioning-820.html

At first try to find how can be your "Avaya IP Phone 1608" auto provisioned (e.g. by FTP/TFTP/HTTP/...) - than upload to the built in FTP (search for /var/tftp in article).

As a second step you can create new provisioning module - search Provisioning Developer Documentation in article or download directly the document http://download.kerio.com/dwn/kerio-operator-provisioning-do cs.zip

Also I see that Avaya 1608 supports H.323 protocol - you need to find if it has support for SIP - if yes, you can use it.

And if you have SIP and phone provisioning is not working (or you do not want to develop provisioning module) - you can always use manual configuration of SIP account.
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