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Hi I am migrating an Ipecs LIK to a

Hi I am migrating an Ipecs LIK to a

Hi I am migrating an Ipecs LIK to a

Hi I am migrating an Ipecs LIK to an Ipecs-UCP The Ipecs LIK has Ascom Dect . Has anyone connected Ascom Dect to the UCP. Are their any compatibility issues. Specific programming other than registering the SIP extensions

RE: Hi I am migrating an Ipecs LIK to a

never used them my self but i wouldnt think there would be any issue as they currently work on the lik version . i assume its a ipdect gateway your talking about . im aware of the fact that ascom do a wifi phone that doesnt work as a remote phone on a ucp at the moment they will only work on a internal lan . but hopefully they should have that fixed soon

RE: Hi I am migrating an Ipecs LIK to a

As I know, IP-DECTs are registered in iPECS UCP/eMG systems (Unified) as a SIP Phone, and iPECS UCP/eMG systems don't support callback feature in SIP Phones, unfortunately. But other than that, works well.

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