Avaya IP Office System Overview Display

The IP Office System Overview Display provides an overview of operations for a specific Avaya IP Office instance.

Accessing the Display

From the Web Application go to the second (Instance) navigation pane, expand the required Avaya IP Office PBX name and then click on the Systems item.

Display Data


Details of the selected Avaya IP Office system.


Assigned system name


Description of the system with hardware name and version

Up Time

Total time since the network management portion of the system was last initialized.

IP Addresses

This table shows details of the Addressing information relevant to this entity's IP addresses.


Index value that uniquely identifies the interface to which this entry is applicable.

IP Address

IP address to which this entity's addressing information pertains.

Network Mask

Subnet mask associated with the IP address of this entry.

Routing Table

This table shows details of the entity's IP routing table.


Index value that uniquely identifies the local interface through which the next hop of this route should be reached.


Destination IP address of this route.

Network Mask

Subnet mask.


Primary routing metric for this route.

ARP Table

The IP address translation table used for mapping IP addresses to physical addresses.


The interface on which this entry's equivalence is effective.

IP Address

The IP address corresponding to the media dependent physical address.

MAC Address

The media-dependent physical address.


The type of mapping. This can be; Other, Invalid, Dynamic or Static.


Details of each interface assigned to this Avaya IP Office system. This table includes:


A unique value to identify each interface.


Information describing the interface. This may include manufacturer, product name and version number.

Admin Status

Desired state of the interface. This can be; Up, Down or Testing.

Oper Status

Operational state of the interface. This can be; Up, Down, Testing, Unknown, Dormant,.Not Present or Lower Layer Down.

Total Packets Per Interval

This chart graphs the number data packets coming in and going out per 10 second interval plus the number of inbound and outbound interface errors over the same period.

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