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Two phones on same port....

Dear experts....a small question

                         What if i add two ip phones in parallel....means the same eight wires will go on two phones at a times by making proper arrangement and increasing the port inline consumption power....will it work???? SIP and SCCP willl matter.....is it possible if class 2 device takes 6 watt and i increase the conusumption to 12 w for two fones...will it work

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Two phones on same port....

Yeah, would not be a good idea anyway as the second phone would go into data vlan, etc.

Please mark the question as answered unless you have further questions.

Chris

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Two phones on same port....

And exactly why would you want to do that?????

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Two phones on same port....

Jamie......if i have 24 port switch and if all are full......and if i need only one more more fone to be connected....so for only one fone trunking another switch will be lil expensive.....plz help

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Two phones on same port....

The phones will work, but the second phone will need external power as POE is not traversing the phone switch.

HTH,

Chris

Community Member

Two phones on same port....

chris.....i willl increase the power inline consumption.......still not?

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Two phones on same port....

No, as the phone is incapable of relaying the poser to the computer switch port.

HTH, please rate all useful posts!

Chris

Community Member

Two phones on same port....

okies.........bad luk.........i thougth i will get the blessing in disguise :-(

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Two phones on same port....

Yeah, would not be a good idea anyway as the second phone would go into data vlan, etc.

Please mark the question as answered unless you have further questions.

Chris

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