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Remote user setup I2004 or I2002

Remote user setup I2004 or I2002

Remote user setup I2004 or I2002

I want to setup a remote user using a I2002 or I2004 phone to connect to the BCM.  My telco company said we would need a Nortel Conectivity at both the remote user site plus the office for the IP phones.  If this is a single home user, does the I2002 or I2004 not allow to connect to a public IP address directly like some of the other IP phones?  


RE: Remote user setup I2004 or I2002

Simply (and cheap) solution:

Assuming you have VPN capabilities outside of the BCM, you can setup a VPN router at the home office then connect the i2002/4 to the INTERNAL IP address.

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