UC540 and connectivity to an Avaya CM using a SIP/H.323 Trunk
I am working with a customer that has a UC540 UC solution. This customer wants to connect the UC540 to an Avaya Communications Manager solution using either a SIP trunk (or H.323). They would prefer H.323 because of Avaya compatibility.
In the datasheet I found that the UC540 is SIP and H.323 compatible, but it doesn't describe how to connect this to aonther solution.
1. Can I just have the customer add the trunk and go?
2. Do I need a license or card?
3. Is there a description of how to do it anywhere?
I tried to do my research and came up with nothing in any documentation. Please any suggestions or procedures are welcome.
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