i know this may too basic a question but why would someone want to convert an SCCP phone to SIP? whats the added functionality/Advantages for SIP. say i have 100 phones on SCCP and i convert all to SIP. what would i notice?
Note: this is NOT an actual scenario, just was checking out some documentation so i thought id ask
we maintain 5.x systems but it was more of a personal knowledge and experience type question. a lot of ppl ask for SIP and i see some people converting thier sccp cisco phones to sip so was wondering what were the advantages of this.
a reason mentioned somewhere on cisco.com was that in complete SIP deployment scenario, there would not be needed a DSP for dtmf processing as both, endpoints and trunks would recognize the SDP. But I find this not much reasonable, rather more cheaper.
Anyway, it is interesting to me, do you find any reason not to convert from SCCP to SIP?
so still, why even consider SIP then? i mean, again i ask, i hear someone saying that they want to convert the Cisco IP Phone from SCCP to SIP and im wondering....is there something im missing....should i be considering this?....when should i consider this?
other than trying to use a Cisco phone with another SIP PBX that is.
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