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Temporary PBX solution for our analog Bogen ADP Doorphone

Temporary PBX solution for our analog Bogen ADP Doorphone

Temporary PBX solution for our analog Bogen ADP Doorphone

We have had an Avaya IP office for over a decade now that finally bit the dust. We are waiting on the new system to ship with a temporary CME system in place on an old Cisco Router. Everything works great except our Bogen ADP1 (https://www.bogen.com/products/pdfs/specialelectro...) door phone, which was wired into the Avaya and routed the call when the doorphone button was pushed.

My question is how can I get this working for the time being? Is there like a mini pbx or some type of adapter I can purchase so that when the Bogen ADP doorphone button is pushed it will ring an analog phone I have setup in the building? It doesn't have to be fancy, I just want to ring an analog phone, directly connected to the doorphone, if possible.


RE: Temporary PBX solution for our analog Bogen ADP Doorphone

Have you contacted Bogen and tech support; the folks who made the doorbox?


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