Hello- I have an IP Phone 7960 and need to connect to a wireless network. I purchased a wireless n - bridge for phone adapters from Amazon but I believe the power source of the IP phone 7960 was too strong for the wireless n-bridge and killed it. Did some online research and this time ordered a cisco power adapter output:5v-2a as seems like the amount wireless n-bridge needs. I am ordering my second wireless n-bridge again this time hoping the new power adopter will work, but will this power adopter be sufficient for the IP Phone? Anyone has experience 7960 ip phones and connects via wireless network. Please let me know your experience.
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