I don't think this headset HHC adaptor will work with CME at this point in time. We have done a fair bit of research on this product as our users are really wanting to be able to answer/disconnect calls via the "Headset" itself without the use of a Lifter. The HHC is a brand new integration piece (Headset Hookswitch Control) that will allow this to work on newer CCM versions. (see attached)
You need to be able to configure this new CCM setting on the phones (7945,7965,7942,7963,7975) before this control can take place.
No worries my friend :) The only reason I know anything about this product is by trying to configure it with the wrong CCM Version and the wrong IP Phone model. As they say, you learn from your mistakes (which I have made many with this one).
This is very new and there is limited documentation out there for it. Even the manufacturer doesn't have much. It is going to be the "cadillac" of Headset setups when it all comes together!
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