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I'm wondering if it's possible to integrate a KIRK dect system to a UC520 solution?? Any help on this issue is appreciated
I also found old documentation where the interop testing was successful. However I can't find them (or Spectralink) in the list of current certified partners. This means there are limitations in terms of TAC support and some other claims. Having said that, we can try to help you with the configuration, but we can't rubberstamp it as certified, or guarantee interop. I hope you understand.
From the docs I found:
"Kirk's IP Enabled system consists of a Wireless Mobility Server also known as the CCFP, DECT phones, Base stations and most important the IP Card. The IP card sits within the WMS and communicates to CME using Skinny over TCP/IP.
It is possible to have up to eight base stations per WMS; the maximum number of DECT phones that can be used simultaneously per base station at any one time is four. The number of DECT phones that can be registered on a single Kirk IP phone is 350 users.
Kirk can support only 29 simultaneous calls as they are limited by H/W to 29 channels (26 if using Codec Cards)."
I hope this helps,
I did some more research and it seems that older KIRK DECT systems are actually certified with CME. Not so the newer Spectralink units. I'll do some more digging. In any case, it seems KIRK has a base station that basically behaves like a 7940 doing native SCCP. I also found that it supports H.323.
Let me get back to you with the actual scope of what we do and don't.
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