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Linksys compatible with Call Manager 7.X?

I'd like to know if IP Phones SPA942 LinkSys are compatible with Call Manager 7.X, and if yes how I can configure it.

Thanks in advance

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Re: Linksys compatible with Call Manager 7.X?

Hi there,

The SPA900 series are qualified for use with CUCM

They would be added as third party SIP devices;

Third-Party SIP Phone Configuration Checklist

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/6_1_1/ccmcfg/b09sip3p.html#wp1007779

Cheers!
Rob

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Hall of Fame Super Red

Re: Linksys compatible with Call Manager 7.X?

Hi there,

The SPA900 series are qualified for use with CUCM

They would be added as third party SIP devices;

Third-Party SIP Phone Configuration Checklist

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/6_1_1/ccmcfg/b09sip3p.html#wp1007779

Cheers!
Rob

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Re: Linksys compatible with Call Manager 7.X?

Hi there,

Are the supplementary features compatible? (transfer, conference, hold/unhold with MOH)

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Re: Linksys compatible with Call Manager 7.X?

The Linksys IP Phones: SPA962, SPA942 and SPA922 utilize different API not compatible with Call Manager, but can use as a generic SIP device. The SPA900's utilize another API based on the SIP protocol which exposes all phone features. The only application that utilizes this API is Call Ctrl and essentially any function on the phone can be initiated from the Windows desktop. Click to Dial, Transfer, Conference, Hold/Resume (with moh), End Call, etc. Redial, Incoming, Speed Dial and Custom Directories are available. Also supported are AddIn for Outlook and Internet Explorer.

You can download a trial: www.uctrlit.com/CallCtrl

Steve Wofford

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