what's the difference between 2600 XM and 2600 for voice lab
I'm about to setup a voice lab, so I went to ebay to buy a 2600 series router, I know the 2600 and 2600 XM don't use the same kind of memory. But in terms of "IP communication" does it make any difference if the router is a XM or not ?
I think both can work with voice modules (vic-2fxs and vic-2fxo) and have the same features configured, I would appreciate any confirmation or help, my budget is limited I don't want to buy the wrong stuff.
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