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Waco1

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Is there a way to use (temporarily) NEC Dterm80 phonesets with a KO rackmount appliance?

I'm not familiar with how these work, but it uses an RJ11 plug, and is digital.

We don't have Ethernet strung to every existing phone location, and that could take awhile. Otherwise, I'd just replace the phones.
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"We don't have Ethernet strung to every existing phone location, and that could take awhile. Otherwise, I'd just replace the phones."



Hi,

For info we have locations without ethernet drops around our building where phones are needed. We are using Snom 820 and Snom 870 with wifi cards in those locations. They hop right onto our wifi network.

Cisco sell compatible refurb WUSB100 wifi sticks for $15.

Seem to work great, although we have not stress-tested yet. We are in the middle of a soft roll-out.

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Waco1

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That's a really good idea, and I considered/tested that, but the phones w/o Ethernet are on a factory shop floor where WiFi isn't possible due to heavy radio-frequency electrical interference.

I tried it anyway to be sure. A cell phone can't connect to the test WAP, standing right beside it!

I'll even have to run shielded CAT5 cable - when that can be done - but that won't be before the end of the year!

For reference, many of the Grandstream phones can also use a WiFi USB stick.
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