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Nortel TCM-8 and 8000 series phones.

Nortel TCM-8 and 8000 series phones.

Nortel TCM-8 and 8000 series phones.

(OP)
I know it says they are not supported. But, have anybody tried a 8000 series nortel on a tcm card?
Example: M8314

Thanks,

josh

RE: Nortel TCM-8 and 8000 series phones.

Regardless of what some of the vendor websites selling them online say for some odd reason, the M8000 series are analog phones.

The M8314 is a two line analog phone, connecting it to a TCM card will at best not work and at worst damage the phone or card.

RE: Nortel TCM-8 and 8000 series phones.

That at least means they are supported - if connected to the right ports.

Stuck in a never ending cycle of file copying.

RE: Nortel TCM-8 and 8000 series phones.

(OP)
I probably known that. Like some other series to. I know the ix? phones are no and I want to say some 5000 series is probably no. It does not help
when you have nortel, meridian, aastra, and some place in the mix mitel all looking like the same phone.

Thanks,

Josh

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