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Digital Mobolity Controller on BCM400/450...compatible base stations

Digital Mobolity Controller on BCM400/450...compatible base stations

Digital Mobolity Controller on BCM400/450...compatible base stations

Seeing as the DMC is manufacturer discontinued we have been using Spectralink 7212 phones on DMCs and they work great. The problem is when you want to add/replace base stations. Does anybody know if the Sepectralink digital base stations are compatible with the Nortel/Avaya DMC? They are on the correct frequency just not sure if they will be recognized by the controller.


RE: Digital Mobolity Controller on BCM400/450...compatible base stations

...or by the handset.

I am only guessing that it would since the BCM version is essentially a KIRK wearing Nortels underwear.
Maybe ask the vendor if you can get a credit if it does not, try it and let us know.

But also first wait for somebody to hopefully answer, there is only 20-30 post on DMC which tells me not a lot installed it.
I have one with several handsets and base stations for my home and office....just never have the time to add it to my BCM.


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