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  • Wireless Phones

    Customer has a small office with 10 stationary phones, but wants 20 wireless phones. Should I do IP or standard analog station wireless? Any recommendations for wireless vendors?


  • #2
    We needed 4 wireless phones on our system. I went with analogs. We needed long range so I went with Engenius. They have been great. Engenius DuraFon1X Long Range Cordless Phone System


    • #3
      you will burn up a lot of switch resources assigning 20 analog lines


      • #4
        You could use the 24A switch if things will stay analogue. You can also look at the Ascom SIP-DECT system which is in the TPP. ShoreTel sees the phones as SIP extensions (getting around the resource issue noted below) but the phones are DECT devices (getting aroung the WiFI voice dramas).

        Originally posted by getzjd View Post
        you will burn up a lot of switch resources assigning 20 analog lines