Avaya has released Product Support Notices (PSN) for the firmware update 1.3.5. PSN #PSN004134u
states if a newly purchased Avaya 1600 series IP phone with firmware 1.3.3 is installed on a system
with firmware 1.3.2 available, the phone will become corrupted and inoperable. PSN #PSN004151u
states that if 1.3.4B or 1.3.4A is installed on the phone, it might corrupt at anytime and become not
usable. If either of these scenarios occur, the phone would need to be repaired or replaced.
This is not covered under the AtlasPhone’s warranty.
Description of the Avaya 1616 IP Phone (700415565, 700450190)
The Avaya 1616 is a cost effective IP telephone. At an attractive price point; it provides the customer with basic communications needed. The Avaya 1616 is for users who answer incoming calls, monitor several line appearances, transfer customers to different departments or extensions throughout a typical day. The Avaya 1616 features an one touch line/feature/speed-dial buttons without the need to scroll on-screen lists. The Avaya 1616 is also expandable with a BM32 to add 32 additional buttons.
16 Line Appearances
Dual Led's: Red, and Green
Fixed Feature Keys for Common Functions Such As;
Conference, Transfer, Drop, Hold, Mute, Contacts
Call Log, Redial, Speaker, and Headset
Dual Position Flip Stand
One Year Warranty Included with Extended Warranty Options at Low Prices!
Display: Backlit, 3.5"
4 Rows by 24 Characters
Adjustable Tilt Display
Eight Line Appearances with Dual LCD's
Message Waiting Speakerphone
Ethernet: Dual 10/100 ports
POE: 802.3af Class 2 Device,
Also Supports a Local Power Supply
Telephony Application Button
Three Softkey Buttons
Call log: 100 Recent Calls
Protocol Support: H.323
Codec Support: G711, G726, G729A/B
Language Supported: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, and Russian