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beba

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Does the Kerio Operator support Cisco SPA302D Multi-Line DECT ATA?
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fishtech

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Hi,

I do not have a direct answer to your question.

We did look at DECT phones with OPerator, but decided that wi-fi was a better option for us.

DECT did not provide the range, flexibility, cost-benefit, and ease of use we needed throughout our facility.

So, we use iPhones on wi-fi (some older without a plan from a provider) and the Kerio Operator Softphone app.

We did have an existing wi-fi network covering most of the facility.

hth,

ft.
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

SPA302D is not supported in auto provisioning. You could still use it if you configure it manually.

If you need an auto-provisioned SIP/DECT phone, have a look at Snom M3 and M9.

Vladimir
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beba

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Thank you for the answer.
other Question: do i need the Base Station for the snom M9?

[Updated on: Fri, 26 April 2013 17:11]

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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Yes, the base station is needed.

Vladimir
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beba

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Thank you for the answer.
Last question: the base station can connect 5 mobile fons. can i handle this 5 fons with one base station?

Thank you very much!
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silars

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The Snom m9r base should be able to handle 9 handsets. What your next limiter is that only 4 calls can active at one time.

If you need to provide an active call for all handsets, you will need one base for every 4 handsets.
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