P332G-ML/P332GT-ML/P334T-ML - Firmware File
The exe file contains the Embedded Code Release 4.5.5, the Embedded Web Manager Release 4.5.4 and the Release Notes.
Avaya P332G-ML/P332GT-ML/P334T-ML Software Version 4.5.5 includes the following new features:
Remote management access via SNMPv3
Support for both SNMPv3 and SNMPv2c traps.
SSH (Secure Shell)
Client functionality in the P330-ML supports SCP (Secure Copy Protocol) for secure configuration upload/download.
System logging to the CLI session, to an NVRAM file or to a syslog server
MAC security on 10/100 and GE ports.
CPU utilization monitoring ? monitor CPU and memory utilization of the module.
Telnet client ? you can open a Telnet session from the P330-ML CLI.
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Sivaprakash (DG Staff Member) on 27-Jan-2006
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|P330-ML 4.5 RN.pdf||100.1 KB||2 Feb 2004|
|p330ml||2.6 MB||6 Jan 2004|
|p340.web||2.1 MB||23 Jan 2004|
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