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Thu Nov 2 16:56:23 EST 2006
Also, consider the grandstream phones. I do not know about their
interfaces yet (I would like to), but they are very! nice in the feature
department, and beat the crap out of Cisco, as do the Snom systems which
Anything but Cisco! They have screwed anything that was good out of
Linksys, and their software is proprietary and licensed. I have also
heard the quality of their phones, and it is not what you would expect
from the Cisco of old.
On Thu, 2 Nov 2006, Janina Sajka wrote:
> For the record you might want to consider Snom Vo/IP handsets rather
> than the Ciscos. Salient difference being that Snom's web based
> configuration interface is eminently accessible with lynx, whereas
> Cisco's is pretty inaccessible no matter what browser you might try and
> use on whatever operating system.
> Yes you can push configurations over tftp, but you should also be able
> to configure the handset directly, imho.
> The latter is much easier when you're learning.
> Christian writes:
> > Hi,
> > I'm looking for a TFTP server. I need that in order to configure my Cisco 7960 IP phone to use with my Asterisk.
> > Many thanks,
> > Christian
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