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using soft phone with R11 and one X portal licenses

using soft phone with R11 and one X portal licenses

using soft phone with R11 and one X portal licenses

I have searched but cant seem to find a definitive answer. Please help. I have a customer who is going to go to R11 IP Office. They will reuse most of their Nortel T Series phones as they are a non-profit and don't have the funding for a complete rebuild. PRI and VM Pro will be installed. They want about 20 people to work remotely using softphones. I just need to make sure they have Power User licenses to make this work, correct? They don't need additional IP end point licenses, right? I also understood, so correct me if I am wrong, that with R11 you can run softphones without having to use a OneXportal Application/server?

Thank you for the help in advance!


RE: using soft phone with R11 and one X portal licenses

If they are using just softphones and not IP Phones remotely, you will only need Office Worker Licenses. No IP end point licenses needed.

If you are looking for a softphone application without using One-X Portal, Use IX Workplace Application.

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