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Andrew T

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Hi Guys,

I'm really considering Voip solution for my office here.
With Telephonic/Voxter in Vancouver since they are listed on Kerio's site. My question is what phone to get?
Does anyone have any experience with T26 how will this compare to a regular PSTN line I currently have with local phone company? Will the call quality be better or worst on a internet connection with 50mbps/5mbps upload i think pretty consistent too.

Andrew
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ICT and Me

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Hi Andrew,

I'm one of the Kerio Operator resellers in the Netherlands.
The internet line 50/5 will be good enough, but depends on how many concurrent phone calls.
With the T26 you mean Well aka Yealink. That's will work for sure. Every SIP aka IP phone will work.
The Well aka Yealink models are supported for auto provisioning. Also Linksys/Cisco, Polycom and SNOM are included with auto provisioning. But as I said before every IP phone with SIP support will work.
Our sister company is Distributor in the Netherlands of Escene SayHi IP phones and they work with Operator too.

So I will say: Good luck with Operator and the phones. Run Operator shadow beside your PSTN line.

ICT and Me
Carlo Turk
The Netherlands
www.ictandme.nl
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

Starting with version 2.0, Operator can automatically provision Well/Yealink models T20, T22, T26, and T28. Carlo is right that you can use any SIP phone with manual configuration, but the automatic provisioning makes the admin's life so much easier.

Vladimir
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Andrew T

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What do you mean by run Kerio Shadow beside PSTN line?
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