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v 4.0? Anyone running?

v 4.0? Anyone running?

v 4.0? Anyone running?

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We are going to upgrade to version 4, anyone using it?

RE: v 4.0? Anyone running?

I'm not using it, but have seen it and upgraded a few sites to it. Genrelly I dopnt see the functionality improve as I am never really an end user, but from an engineers point of view, an upgrade is almost always worth while for better 'bug fixing', reliability etc.

RE: v 4.0? Anyone running?

I have upgraded 3000s from 1.2 and 3.0 to 4.0 and biggest advantage from the users point of view is the DECT interface is more friendly on older handests (transferring calls and idle display) - otherwise you need v4 to support VOIP for Optipoint410 handsets

RE: v 4.0? Anyone running?

Hi,Version 4.0 of HiPath 3000 is more steady than version when we speak in 3.0 Atendant IP and also has supported the VoIP (SIP and H323) with Optipoint 410.

Greetings
Josue

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