Although I have been working with Cisco devices for 10+ years, this is the first time I have been asked to set up a VoIP system.
Long story short, this has been dumped into my lap. I was told to figure out how to set up a small room with 10 Cisco 7911 phones, a 2960 24 port PoE switch and a 7825-I4 server. Pulled the server out of the box today and there is no software loaded on it and no directions, but it did have a DVD box with different disks. That's all I have. One server, one switch and 10 phones. Do I even have everything I need to get this up and running? These 10 phones will all be in the same room and will only talk to each other, they will not be connected to any other phone system and will not be connected to the outside world. There is also no need for voicemail. If I do have enough equipment, is there a configuration guide out there anywhere that can help me figure this out?
I just need these 10 phones to talk to each other, that's all.
I would appreciate any help or direction.
- Tired . . .