Please excuse my ignorance, but one must start somewhere. Am I correct in thinking that I could potentially have a 2821 Router with an AIM-CUE, an appropriate AIM-VPN module, a NM-16ESW-PWR module, an EVM-HD module with a FXO expansion, and a HWIC-AP-G-A. With those items, I would have one device that would encompass Voicemail, auto-attendant, translation between PoE IP phones and some number of analog phone lines, the ability to VPN in to the site, and have a wireless access point? Thanks in advance for your insight.
Yes, the ISR routers are built to perform multiple functions as you suggest. One thing to keep in mind is that you will need Callmanager Express running on the 2821 or a Callmanager for the phones to register to to provide call signaling.
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the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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