58 Planning and Installation Guide ShoreTel IP Phone 930D
Reference Material Using ShoreTel IP930D Manager
The columns in this table provide the following information:
1. ID—Index of all bases from 0 to N for this table.
2. RPN—Radio Fixed Part Number (0x00 to 0xff) assigned to each base.
3. Base Version—Base firmware version.
4. MAC Address—MAC address of base.
5. IP Address—Hyperlink of the IP address of base (links to that base’s management page).
6. IP Status:
This unit—If this is the unit being managed.
Connected—If communications with this base are working.
Connection Lost—If communications to this base are not working.
7. Sync Source—The RPN that is the synchronization source for this base. These are automatically
assigned by the system.
8. Sync Property:
Primary—Base station to which all other nodes are under in the sync hierarchy.
Locked—Base is locked to the base that is its master (shown in sync source).
Searching—Looking for a sync source.
Free Running—Base that has lost its sync.
Unknown—State of sync is unknown (usually because IP Status is in Connection Lost state).
9. Base Name—Name assigned to this base using the BaseName configuration parameter within the
ShoreTel IP930D Configuration Tool.
Table 2—Base reported RSSI Information
The Base reported RSSI Information (dBm) table shows the RSSI values that are being received by
every base from every other base. This can be used to make sure bases are located within range of
each other and/or are operating properly from a radio perspective. RSSI levels that are too low are
highlighted in red.
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