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Cisco IP Phones - Equipment?
MichaelLCIn what furnace was thy brain?ChicagoRegistered Userregular
Question about Cisco VoIP phones, specifically for a small office. I've used them before, and have a general understanding of what's needed, but it's really hard to dig through the hype-speak on their site.
If I want to add 5 phones to an office and connect them to the network, which will probably be a business-level package through Comcast, what besides the phones is required? It's an office with warehouse space, but fairly small: everyone is within shouting distance. No branches, local (Chicagoland) clients only. Just need phones for business-hours calls and VM.
So what besides the phones is needed? Is a server required, or only if I want to do more advanced options? Thanks.