Question about Cisco 7906G IP Phone
I am trying to install the Cisco 7906G at home on my new AT&T VOIP Internet-TV-Phone service. Will not work if I connect directly to one of the RJ45 ports on the main Router. Will not work if I do the same but going through an ethernet hub. How can I make it work??? And, do I also need the external power supply??? Or will the power come through the ethernet connection???
Then you need power adapter for Cisco 7960 IP phone ( -40V DC).
Cisco phones work best with Cisco, and sometimes ONLY Cisco switches.
One question which voice gateway you will use for your 7960 VoIP phone calls to go through ?
(AT&T probably supports only their IP Phones with special and usually hidden settings from end user)
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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