The S3210R server contains three PCI slots in a rack-mount or stackable configuration and two cooling fans.
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The Message Networking system with an S3210R server supports 500,000 subscribers (250,000 with voice names), 500 remote machines (with an average of 8 to 10), and 12 analog ports.
Note: Modular Messaging systems will not accept more than 250,000 subscribers (with or without voice names) during an update. Therefore, if the Message Networking system has more than 250,000 subscribers and you are updating to a Modular Messaging remote machine, you must administer the Modular Messaging remote machine to use directory view updates. The directory view you administer for the Modular Messaging system must include no more than 250,000 subscribers.
The server CPU is a 2 GHz processor and is equipped with 512 MB of RAM.
Up to three 4-port analog port boards are supported to provide up to 12 ports of AMIS or Octel Analog Networking.
The server is equipped with an IDE hard drive and a DVD-RW drive, which is used for software installation and backups.
A portion of the hard disk is reserved for the storage of nonspeech data, such as data for the Linux operating system, the Message Networking system server executables and data, and the Message Networking system software executables. This disk area is important for proper Message Networking system operations and cannot be changed or used for any other purposes.
The rest of the hard disk is used for storing messaging components such as voice messages.
The video, LAN, and IDE controllers reside on the motherboard.
The S3210R server contains a single parallel port, two serial ports, six USB ports, and one 10/100 Ethernet port.
Monitor, keyboard, and mouse
A monitor, keyboard, and mouse are required for local system operation. A monitor is available for purchase for use with the Message Networking system. Depending on your location, the keyboard and mouse are provided with the system. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Access for remote diagnostics is provided through an external modem. A serial modem is provided with the Message Networking system. A USB modem is also supported and is available for purchase. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Uninterruptible Power Supply
An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is strongly recommended for use with Message Networking systems.
While it is recommended that you use the Web interface to administer the Message Networking system, you can also administer the system remotely through the use of a modem and one of the following terminals:
Avaya 4410 (for PROCOMM PLUS 4410 or Terranova emulation)
vt100 (for vt100 or vt131 emulation)
Linux is the operating system used for Message Networking. Linux is a UNIX-like operating system that runs on a variety of servers.