Question about Avaya 5610 IP Phone
I have Avaya IP office and need to connect two remote IP phones at a location at which there are no computers. Does anyone make an IP phone that will connect with my phone system without having to be on a computer network that is connected to my office network?
If your IP Office is Rel 4.2 or higher, You can purchase a license that will allow you to load a vpn script into the phone. Once you set up your VPN router at corporate, the phone gets plugged into any open internet connection and syncs up with the VPN router and makes a tunnel which then will connect with the phone system giving you a remote IP phone extension of that system.
For the PC, just load client software on it, and it works the same.
Since the tunnel is directly from the device (phone or PC), your home network will not be apart of the office network.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
You do not need a computer at your remote site. What you need is to create a VPN using your corp firewall to a firewall at the remote location. You can then plug the phone into the firewall at the remote location.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
I'm not quite clear on your problem. But I think what your describing would be difficult to archive. That's if I understand you correctly!
Perhaps what you might want to consider is this sort of device. It allows to normal (PSTN) telephones to be used as either SIP (VoIP) or as normal PSTN telephones. It does not require a PC once it's been set-up.
Hope this helps.
Spare head 2.
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
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