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best method to connect to a definity cm 2.1

best method to connect to a definity cm 2.1

best method to connect to a definity cm 2.1

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I am looking for the best method to connect to a definity pbx with the ip soho.  I have yet to purchase the unit, so I am looking for the best configuration.  Any help would be appreciated.

BoBAz

RE: best method to connect to a definity cm 2.1

Have you got VoIP facilities in the definity?  If so, I'd go down that route (especially as the SOE - soho - has a 3 channel vcm mod built in).


Old school Alchemy engineer - trying to keep up with the times :)

RE: best method to connect to a definity cm 2.1

(OP)
yes i do have Voip facilities.. is there any thing that I should ask for when I purchase this product ?

RE: best method to connect to a definity cm 2.1

That depends on how many voip calls you want at once.  The SOE comes with 3 channels as standard - I get that working first ;).

So - to answer your question - just buy a bog standard SOE - they can always be upgraded...


Old school Alchemy engineer - trying to keep up with the times :)

RE: best method to connect to a definity cm 2.1

Note that you can also pay a little more and get the 16VCM channel version of the SOE

RE: best method to connect to a definity cm 2.1

If I'm not mistaken, SOE cannot be upgraded (except swapping/buying a new unit).

RE: best method to connect to a definity cm 2.1

If by upgrading you mean adding ports, you are correct.  You can add a T1/PRI or WAN card in the back (or BRI if you don't live in North America) but that's it.

You CAN upgrade the firmware like any other IPO, however.

Peter

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