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(OP)
hi
I have a bit of downtime before my next project starts, I was doing some reading
not sure I read something correctly
can the Avaya ip office phones (like the 9608 for example) work on bcm50 release 6.0
(if I red it right it looked like it required a key code)
I have a handful of new ip office phones here, for some strange reason, thought I'd play a bit.
just thought I'd ask before I dug too deeply
thanks for any insight
rr

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(OP)
ok, thanks
must have misread the document
it didn't make sense to me or my memory of the lack of SIP support on the BCM or unistim on the phones

rr

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SIP phone was developed for the BCM at 6.0 but never released and supported. This was because Avaya wanted IPO to be their main SME product.

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