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IP Telephonne

Hi,

One of my customer is having the 2 analog telephone lines,2 normal analog telephones and 8 IP Phones,

the appropriate router is equiped with FXS card to attach the normal analog phones and FXO card for connecting the analog telephone lines.

My clarification is can directly terminate the analog telephone lines to the FXO port of the router?

How I can access the public telephone from FXS port?

For the IP phones is it require to have the Gateway router separately?

Please help me.

Thanks and Regards,

S.Venkataraman.

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Re: IP Telephonne

1 yes

2 when configured corrctly, just dial from the analog phone.

3 sorry, what do you mean? you said you have a CCME router already, that's enough.

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Re: IP Telephonne

Hi Bevilacqua,

Wish You a Happy New Year....

Thank you very much for the info.

Best Regards,

S.Venkataraman.

Cisco Employee

Re: IP Telephonne

connect the analogue lines to the FXO ports. Connect the handsets to the FXS ports . Use the sccp controlled FXS port feature to provide all the more advanced CME features on the handsets -

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6441/products_feature_guide09186a0080483a76.html

You normally have the IP phones registered to the gateway router. There is nothing stopping you from regsitering the phones to a seperate gateway and then using VOIP dial peers to point to another PSTN gateway router - means we sell more routers :-)

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Re: IP Telephonne

Hi PCAMERON,

Wish you a Happy New Year...

Thank you very much.

Best Regards,

S.Venkataraman

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