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Anybody have any experience with a good wireless SIP phone? I am looking for either a handset that plugs into a base that connects via ethernet and 2.4Ghz to the handset. Or an 802.11g handset that works with SIP. Provisioning with Operator would be nice, but not required.

Thanks!
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ICT and Me

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I don't know wifi handsets like dect phone.
But know WiFi deskphone, that can be provisioned by operator.

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fishtech

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Hi,

We have allocated older iPhones, without cell contracts, with Operator softphone app installed, as cordless phones. These work great for individuals who are mobile around the plant.

hth,

ft.
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nhoague

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Well this is going to be in a company and they need to carry wireless phones with them. Using their mobiles isn't a solution in this case.

I am experimenting with a Cisco SPA122 and wireless phones. I think DECT is the right solution, but need to test it first.

Just curious if you anyone has tried that.
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ICT and Me

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I have installed DECT before.
Based on Siemens Gigasets in combination with Aastra RFP-32 IP DECT.
It worked perfect. The RFP-32 can create cluster of transmitters.
I know the RFP-35 is the replacement of the 32.
Both models are indoor. Aastra RFP-36 is outdoor.
Of course Aastra have also DECT handsets.

[Updated on: Mon, 21 July 2014 18:28]


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fishtech

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We were originally looking at Snom m9r VoIP DECT phones, since all our desktop phones are Snom.

However, DECT has restrictions in range from base station, the number of repeaters that can be used, and the numbers of phones that can talk to each base station.

That is why we chose to go with iPhone & Operator app over WiFi. The iPhones are used simply as 802.11g handsets that work with SIP.

Regards,

ft.

[Updated on: Tue, 22 July 2014 22:03]

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88fingerslukee

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I currently use snom m9 and m9r phones. They seem to be pretty good as far as I'm concerned. We are not power users by any means and we only have 3 currently working. They work well for us.

If you have any specific questions about them, feel free to private message me or ask here and I'll try to answer as best I can.
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We have had great success with the Yealink SIP-W52 model, for anyone who is interested:

http://www.yealink-phones.com/yealink-sip-w52-ip-dect-phone/
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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The Yealink W52P can be auto-provisioned from Operator.

I tested a wifi SIP phone called Well ST100 last year but the firmware had some bugs.
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nhoague

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Thanks for the tip ESP and Vlad. I purchased a W52P and it works GREAT! Now lets see if the customer will buy 70 of them. Smile
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Anyone have luck with Panasonic SIP cordless? We find Panasonic much more durable with better battery life, keypads and screens than Yealink. However, I don't see an auto provisioning profile in Operator.
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Each base station can support up to 5 phones and you can buy the handset separately. Not sure if the phones can be set to roam between base stations though.
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We supply clients with Snom M9 handsets.

This is mainly because the Yealink offering was not originally available but I may give these a try next time
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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I can confirm we have not auto-provisioning support for Panasonic phones so far.
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Hi Vladimir,

Concerning the Panasonic wireless phones. Do they work (without auto-provisioning)?. I was looking at this model: Panasonic KX-TGP500. It seems better quality than the Yealink wireless. (the handheld seems low quality )
best regards

German Ruiz
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