Our current phone system has been upgraded a couple of times, and put on new hardware.
The current ANN, MOH and MTP resources have the IP Address of the original server in their name. These IP addresses were from the original config and are no longer accessabel via IP Address.
Would this be a result of the way the latest server was created, which it must have been backup restored to the new server causing all of the original names (with old IP Addresses) to carry over to the new config.
Does this make sense?
If the above is correct, we about to upgrade to UCS and the same company is going to do the implementation, which is going to be another build new hardware and restore config to new hardware.
Is there any way to control the name on the new builds to something more relevant to avoid confusion?
Once they are created they won't change, that info is retained and that is expected.
If you need media resources, then you need assign a MRGL to devices, and that applies to any kind of device.
I strongly recommend you to review the media resources chapter from the SRND.
EDIT: UNLESS you do not assign any media resource to a MRG and then they are in the default MRG which is like the partition, it's at the bottom of the list even if you don't see it. Then you don't necessarily need to assign a MRGL, but that's very poor design.
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