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Adding IP Phones to G3siV11

Adding IP Phones to G3siV11

Adding IP Phones to G3siV11

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We are looking to add a handful of IP Phones 4610SW to our system, and I believe we have 5-10 IP Phone licenses, but I'm not sure what if any hardware/circuit packs are required. We do have a TN799DP installed, but do we need anything else like maybe a TN2302AP?

Thank you,

MJ

RE: Adding IP Phones to G3siV11

yea. 799 = CLAN. That's signaing. 2302 is a media processor. That's for the voice.

RE: Adding IP Phones to G3siV11

(OP)
Thank you Kyle! So I need them both? Is there anything else I need to confirm?

RE: Adding IP Phones to G3siV11

You really need to upgrade if for no other reason then security.

RE: Adding IP Phones to G3siV11

Those 4610SW are more then 5 years out of support. And I not even sure you could find the last FW upgrade for them. Just and FYI.

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