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IPO and Spectralink

IPO and Spectralink

IPO and Spectralink

Nicely done. I ran a lab test today and connected an AVPP processor to an IPO. Using our house Cisco APs, the 3626 spectralink phones worked very well. Since the transtalks are fragile and lack proper density and the 3810s are noisy, this appears to be the best albeit most expensive solution.

RE: IPO and Spectralink

I have a customer running about 6 of these - in a warehouse environment.  3606 models I believe.

RE: IPO and Spectralink

What happens when you are switching from 1 ap to another while on a call?

RE: IPO and Spectralink

I've heard very good things about the spectralink IP solution.


RE: IPO and Spectralink

I went to the Spectralink Plant for certification training about three years ago. A spectralink phone keeps track of the the four nearest aps. Calls switch to a new ap very nicely. I did not notice the change.

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