Avaya Transtalk 9040 replacement in Cisco VoIP implementation
We are upgrading from an Avaya G3SIR6 to a Cisco Call Manager. Today, we have a Avaya Transtalk 9040. It is a 900Mhz Wirless phone that has a base station that connects to the PBX and it is configured like a Ayava 8410D desktop phone. In an all Cisco environment, what would use to replace this phone? The phone does not have to be Cisco.
Re: Avaya Transtalk 9040 replacement in Cisco VoIP implementatio
Cisco does not make a 900mhz phone. They make a 802.1b phone that works ok. You can however, if this 900mhz is analog, you can however use an ATA 186 device that will convert IP to analog. Then you could use any wireless 900 mhz phone you want. You be limited to 1 line most likely unless you configure a hunt group to that analog port which in turn will ring the analog phone of the ata device.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.