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We are deploying a large scale VoIP system based on Asterisk and SIP, but some of our warehouses want to keep using the existing analog phones. Are there any large scale SIP based analog/IP converters out there? Or should we be looking for a different approach?
We are deploying a large scale VoIP system (+/- 5000 phones), based on Asterisk and SIP. In some of our warehouses we want to keep using the existing analog phones. We have 2 options (that we know of) to connect these analog phones to our VoIP system: 1) Linksys SPA2102 analog/IP convertor ...