[Freeswitch-users] Fs compatible phones?
bdfoster at endigotech.com
Wed Jul 4 23:35:57 MSD 2012
When you introduce wireless there can be some audio issues (depending on
what and how much that network is used for). There are ways of getting
around that but it can be out of the users control and is outside the scope
of this discussion.
Softphones can be good, but they again are more trouble that they are
Endigo Computer LLC
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On Jul 4, 2012 3:31 PM, "Itamar Reis Peixoto" <itamar at ispbrasil.com.br>
> On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 3:57 PM, Brian Foster <bdfoster at endigotech.com>
> > I don't really know the cudatel product, id imagine they have some stuff
> > that they use to interface with the UC stuff on the Polycoms. However,
> > doesn't make those phones superior to others as much of that stuff is
> > outside FreeSWITCH.
> > SPA's are nice, stay away from the cisco 79xx. They aren't worth the
> > (as others have stated). Polycoms are nice but expensive, Snoms are good,
> > Yealink is ok, etc. I use Polycom 335's and SPA 921's, I like the
> > better but it comes at a cost.
> > Brian Foster
> > Endigo Computer LLC
> how about android phone with wireless ?
> Itamar Reis Peixoto
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