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Maximum SIP 3rd party phones supported by IPO500v2

Maximum SIP 3rd party phones supported by IPO500v2

Maximum SIP 3rd party phones supported by IPO500v2

(OP)
Hi everyone! I'm creating an oportunity with a prospect who has 190 cisco phones. He needs another solution (no cisco) for PBX and keep working with the old cisco phones. I know than these phones are compatibles with sip protocol but I don't know if there is a limit for the quantity of 3rd party phones in IPO

If someone has any info, please let me know

RE: Maximum SIP 3rd party phones supported by IPO500v2

best advice on this would be to run away. there is no way this will work well.

Kevin Wing
ACSS Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Communications
ACS- Implement IP Office
ACA- Implement IP Office
Vive Communications

RE: Maximum SIP 3rd party phones supported by IPO500v2


Before you get into the technical stuff look at the extra cost of a 3rd party endpoint licence over an Avaya endpoint licence - the money would be better spent on getting new Avaya phones with a full set of features.

RE: Maximum SIP 3rd party phones supported by IPO500v2

(OP)
thanks for advices, just now I'm getting the prices for avaya J100 series phones

RE: Maximum SIP 3rd party phones supported by IPO500v2

Search on 'connect Cisco phone to Asterisk' to see what you should avoid ….

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