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Anybody able to connect an Avaya 5610SW IP Phone with VPN firmware to a Watchguard Firebox X700 firewall?

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Anybody able to connect an Avaya 5610SW IP Phone with VPN firmware to a Watchguard Firebox X700 firewall?  I see it's not support but was curious to if anybody has been able to successfully get it working?
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Although I have never tried this; but as IPSec is standard I think this should work; if you already have the hardware and software; give it a try and we can troubleshoot based on logs if needed.

Thank you.
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I figured it out last night.  Thanks.
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I was able to figure this out myself before finding his response.  
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Thank you for the points.
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I was wondering if you comment exactly what settings you used and what menu entries from the Policy Manager you used.  We have an x700 and the replacement device waiting.  we want to resolve this first in plans to upgrade the whole system profile to the new box.

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Yes, I can email you the instructions as I've docuemented all of them, it's pretty simple actually.  Email me at zjumper@traveldest.com
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Hi looking to see if anyone has a document for this issue on how to get it working I am just setting this up for the first time with no luck either. :(

thanks for any help
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