Cisco SPA 500 Series phones as SIP Endpoints in CUCM?
For a company migrating to CUCMBE 7.x, are their existing SPA 500 series phones usable in any way? I am thinking as third-party SIP devices (basic or advanced) but have yet to be able to find anything in regards to this. I know most of the phones will be 7962G, but they do want to alo use their existing SPA series phones. Anyone know where I might find information in regards to this? Thank you sincerely.
FAC is a no go from prior experience. SIP Advanced will give you the extra lines you need. Keep in mind this is a base version of SIP and not what you could expect out of a newer SIP phone that Cisco supports and produces.
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