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Is it possible to connect an IpPhone using wireless lan, what is required for that connection, The system has a VoIP card on Board, The ip phone will be used as an ordinary executive phone, the client doesn't want wires in the office.

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not at this point you could do soft phone on computer or there are wireless cell stations now but they patch from router so theres a wire  


as long as we don't have wires in the office dect will do but we need something like a key phone or desk phone

Dial Tone shoul be There


the short answer is no its like saying I want water but I don't want pipes !

Do you vend panasonic ? Cause these questions sound a little off the wall!


we have a couple of sites we are more into LG nortel i understand what you mean maybe my explanation was not clear, The client argument is why can i have a wirless access like my laptop in the office, there are wires involved but they go to the access point not the office, which is more like the dect.In nutshell i understand Panasonic doesn't have that. thanks for the insight.

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sounds like the clients a Moran!

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