Unfortunately, major players such as Microsoft has yet to come to an agreement with Cisco on the so-called "magic packet" to put a PC to sleep. Cisco has initiated this move and partners are yet to make actions. Due to the political sensitivity with this issue (or lack of), I am suspecting that MS has deemed EnergyWise not critical.
If your Cisco IP Phones have the latest firmware, for instance, you can configure them to go low power or off outside business hours.
I am still waiting for Cisco's response to a question about "911" operation when the phone is on low power or off but as EnergyWise is still on version 1.0 there's still alot of room to grow and improve this technology.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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