[Asterisk-Users] 3com NBX phones
robf at geekthing.com
Fri Mar 5 08:56:19 MST 2004
On Fri, Mar 05, 2004 at 10:25:49AM -0500, Clif Jones wrote:
> The IR device is a 3rd-party piece of hardware from Extended System (now
> owned by
> iFoundry). The SIP phone looks like all of the other 3com IP phones
> that I have seen
> and turning it over with the front of the phone facing up the connectors
> go from left to
> right as follows:
> 1. Handset connector
> 2. IRDA (serial) RJ-45 connector
> 3. PC Ethernet RJ-45 connector
> 4. Wall Ethernet RJ-45 connector
> 5. Power adapter
> Maybe this will help in comparing the units. I have posted my last SIP
> (with appropriate disclaimers) to the list but it is held up in
> moderator no man's land.
How about part numbers, model numbers, revisions, etc, from the labelling
on the phone?
Rob Fugina, Systems Guy
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