Cisco IP Phone is it possible to attach a buzzer, bell or bulb?
Are you aware of any product / device that can be connected to the Cisco 7911 phones and will be provide a visual display when a call comes in. The phone is in a noisy area and the ring tone is not loud enough to be heard.
I was thinking more like a visual display or a light bulb that could be fitted on the wall. The location of the phone is slightly hidden away in a noisy environment.
Yes you can get SIP devices which can I believe have up to 6 directory numbers configured with different tones you configure. You just put in your normal LAN environment and configure as a SIP device with the directory number you want to ring. They are both audible and visual.
I think I understand you. But perhaps you could clarify. I could add these devices to the network and register them to a call manager. Does that mean these devices have addresses on the network like a Cisco IP phone?
The Cisco IP phone or group would have a directory number, so configure a SIP alarm with the same directory so it rings when a call is made. 1 session goes to the IP phone another to the speaker at the same time.
The user see the visual/audible alarm and goes to the phone, picks up and the session between the two phones is made. The alarm stops.
Does the callmanager need a license to add non Cisco devices?
Is configuration needed on the SIP device or just a IP address?
Sorry but I can not remember the exact product I acquired for my last role, but basically it was a SIP device that gets registered in cucm as a SIP device and you have a number of directory lines you can add, and once your add these lines in this SIP device it basically is just like a shared line on the phone that you want to have a alarm. The actual physical device was for a factory environment where it was noisy and phones were in a separate office, so when the phone rang in the office, this SIP device which was attached to a wall would sound (you can choose different sounds per different extension) and also flash. I will try and find out exact model of SIP device and update you.
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