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Networking capabilities

Networking capabilities

Networking capabilities

(OP)
Hello,

A customer asks me to connect a network with 6 Panasonic (remote sites).
The systems are :
- 4 x TDA15
- 2 x KX-TDE100N

My company doesn't have any skill in Panasonic so I don't know the networking capabilities.
We work with Aastra 5000 or Avaya IP Office, is it possible to maks IP QSIG with these systems ?
Thanks.

Sylvain

RE: Networking capabilities

yes :

all the systems would require a 4 ch gateway card and would require a v/network setup between the 6 sites

peter (www.vpi.ie)

RE: Networking capabilities

I suggest that you contact your Panasonic Sales Company in your area and try to get a class or at least the manuals.  

Panasonic KX-TDA/KX-TDE is quickly becoming the World leader in IP communication systems.

It would do you very well to learn this product.

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