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    What devices (IP telephones, analog adapters, etc) can I use with Press 8?

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    In general, any SIP-compliant device will function properly with Press 8's service. However, the list compiled below indicates devices specifically tested:

    Hardware SIP telephones

    Aastra 480i

    • Reported not to work with NAT.
    • Busy lamps are supported.

    Cisco 7912/7940/7960

    • Supported when not utilizing NAT. Please contact us for additional details on running Cisco telephones.

    Elmeg 290

    • Please see the Snom 190, on which this telephone is based.

    Grandstream Budgetone 101/102

    • Supported.
    • Turn on NAT if behind a NAT device.

    Grandstream GXP2000

    • Supported.
    • Busy lamps are partially supported. This requires the latest Grandstream firmware. Lights do not come on when the telephone boots, but do when the monitored telephone makes calls.

    Polycom SoundPoint IP

    • Supported if not behind NAT.
    • Busy lamps are partially supported. Lights do not come on when the telephone boots, but do when the monitored telephone makes calls.

    Siemens C460 IP Gigaset

    • Supported

    Sipura SPA 941/942/1001/2002/3000

    • Supported

    Snom 190/320/360

    • Fully supported.
    • Busy lamps are supported.
    • No configuration needed for NAT.

    UTS F3000

    • Supported.
    • SIP messaging is supported.

    Analog telephone adapters (ATAs)

    DrayTek Vigor2800

    • Supported.

    Grandstream Handytone 286/287/386

    • Supported.

    Linksys PAP2

    • Supported.

    Motorola VT1000

    • Supported.

    Routers and gateways

    Cisco 53xx/54xx

    • Supported.
    • Requires a remote access with called number prefix for outbound calls due to lack of authentication support.

    Multitech ISDN2e gateway

    • Supported.

    Nextone

    • Supported.

    Softphones

    Eyebeam

    • Supported for audio.
    • Video is untested.

    SJ Phone

    • Supported.

    X-Lite

    • Supported, though has a reputation as difficult to configure.
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