Hi - we are a small county hospital implementing a new Cisco VOIP project. Currently analog phones are the norm and the nursing stations utilize cordless phones somewhat. Without going to full blow wireless and getting new WAPs and wireless phones - what would be the best options for giving them some type of cordless communication. One option we have is to leave an analog connection so they can utilize an analog cordless phone. The other option I can think of is a wireless headset but that wouldn't allow them to make calls I assume. Does anyone have any other thoughts or suggestions?
Cisco makes two models of VoIP wireless phones, the 7920 and the 7921, the latter is more recent, has a larger screen, support speakerphone and push-to-talk. Neither one supports wireless headsets. Cisco recommends that you use Cisco WAP for these phones for reason their guaranteed to provide ne necessary QoS.
Of course you are not limited to Cisco models. You can use other makers native VoIP wireless phones, and of course the traditional analog ones will work as well, using a so-called FXS port either in the router on with a device called ATA.
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