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2nd April 2001 at 21:35 #20196kawfeeGuest
Does anyone have experience will Alacatel’s PCX4400? Have they or their company tried one of these out yet?
I have also been trying to determine how many IP phone and or POTS phones I can connect to each PCX 4400.
kawfee10th April 2001 at 04:42 #20197sivaGuest
Currently which are the company involved in deeply in VOIP.11th April 2001 at 23:09 #20198Luis MartinezGuest
I had been working with Alcatel OmniPCX 4400 since 1998 and its VoIP solution is good.
If you have an specific question I would be glad to help you. Send me a mial ogive me a call
my email is email@example.com and my phone numbers are 591-3525200 Ext. 243.
Luis Fernando Martinez
DIMA – ALCATEL
Santa Cruz BOLIVIA21st May 2001 at 14:22 #20199Tsintzas DimitriosGuest
I need an urgent help concerning an E1 PRI connection to an 2610 cisco router to a alcatel 4400 pbx
please If someone has experience with thiw pbx and the router to contact me int this email31st May 2001 at 02:42 #20200Hans-Juergen BrandGuest
I’m a student from germay and I made a workout at Alcatel in USA. Installation guide und costumer service on OmniPCX, if you have question ask me31st May 2001 at 17:20 #20201Hans-Juergen BrandGuest10th December 2001 at 20:35 #20202evalGuest
My question is this; Alcatel keeps stating to me that their products are open and will work with other systems except Cisco because they feel Cisco is proprietary. Does anyone have comments to this? How about functionality with voicemail? Any know bugs with Alcatel??
thx12th December 2001 at 12:48 #20203Luis Fernando MartínezGuest
In my experience i could tell you that the OmniPCX it´s an open plataform, an you should not have any troubles interconecting teh 4400 with another systems, thas as long the others systems will be compilant with the international standards (H323, SIP, Q.SIG).
I´ve had Known that in Peru Alcatel and Argentina Alcatel have some cases of studies on solution with CISCO.
If you have another question, feel good to send it to me, I´ll be gald to tried to help you.
Luis Fernando Martínez
DIMA – ALCATEL12th December 2001 at 19:27 #20204Hans-Juergen BrandGuest
(Yes I’m back in Germany.)
One month ago we connected Alcatel IP Phone to a cisco switch after some configuration errors everything works fine. (Ask if your Cisco Switch supports Q802.1q/p and Diffserv/TOS) If you want to connect to Cisco IP Phones should work fine as long as Cisco makes H323, or SIP) same is for Cisco Call Manager