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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Change out your cable from the wall drop to the phone. A Cisco phone is capable of receiving inline power (Power Over Ethernet) via the blue and brown pairs of the cable. It sounds like you may have a cable with a short in either the brown or blue, or both pairs, shorting out the power when it is connected via ethernet.
If you can, have your IT Tech check the cable, and the line through the wall to the switch.
Posted on May 26, 2010
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It is possible for them to monitor voip calls, if your call passes through their network, or they do remote monitoring on network traffic. The voip traffic is only data that needs to be 'reassembled' to hear the voice stream. However, this is more difficult if the traffic is encrypted between the phone and the call manager or whatever they are using.
I am no legal person, but I am sure that you would have to have agreed to have your calls monitored for them to be able to do this.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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