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May 19, 2010, 9:11 am
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British Telecom are claiming that we would need to upgrade from our
BCM 400 running version 4 software to a BCM450 in order to operate six
or seven Nortel VOIP handsets in addition to our current standard
handsets (total standard digital handsets under 60). I was under the
impression the previous exchange that we had was actually capable of
operating IP nortel handsets (BCM1000 v2.5 software) , so can't
understand why we would need to upgrade/replace the exchange.
We own four i2004 headsets but they have never been added to the
system as we don't have licences.
Can we add one of these to the current BCM exchange as a trial, are BT
misinformed? If anyone can shed any light on this I'm all ears?
If there are any Nortel Experts/Suppliers in the Glasgow Area of
Scotland, United Kingdom , feel free to contact me.
Bullfrog (aka Jeremy)
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