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The Commander business telephone system + VoIP for small businesses

Commander and VoIP

It’s pretty easy to spot a small business or one-man-band these days, just by looking at their contact details. It’s even easier to tell which ones use remote workers, too. You know how? They only give out a mobile number. Even if they tell you otherwise on their website, and give the appearance of being a professional medium-sized business, the mobile phone number always gives them away.

Maybe you’re one of those businesses; you started out small, but as you grew you needed to hire more people. Now you have a sizeable team of remote workers, each trying to communicate with your clients and customers using a mobile phone. Aside from being impractical (how do you transfer an external call to a member of your team from a mobile?), it’s also not very professional.

The Commander of business telephone systems

The problem has always been that for most small businesses, the go-to phone system was the Commander business phone system, which was originally manufactured by Nitsuko Corporation in Japan, until Nitsuko was bought by NEC. They stopped producing Commander phones not long after that, although you’d have hardly realised; they were so hugely popular in Australia that, even to this very day, you can still buy secondhand Commander telephone systems and spare parts for them – and quite cheaply, too.

If you’re looking for a business phone system, picking up a secondhand Commander telephone system might be the way to go, and for as little as $50 in some cases at sites like Gumtree and Ebay.

These old analogue phone systems can be set up in your office but you’ll need someone with the technical skills and you’ll also need analog lines which you’ll need to organise with someone like Telstra. Keep in mind, also, that if you only have four phone lines and each one is in use when someone calls, they might get the engaged tone – pretty bad for business. If you’re looking for some advanced call handling features like call waiting, auto-attendants, and so forth, you may need to get a more modern, more sophisticated business telephone system from Cisco or Yealink.

These cheap analog telephone systems might solve the problem for small businesses looking for a cheap phone system that their staff can use in their office, but what about those remote or teleworkers? If they deal with external stakeholders on your business’s behalf, you’d still want to be able to assign a business number for them.

The Commander’s modern mate: an ATA adapter

Some virion customers have an old Commander business phone system but connect it to an analogue telephone adapter, like one of Cisco’s ATA adapters. By connecting a Commander phone system to a Cisco ATA adapter, ideally Cisco’s Linksys PAP2 device, you’ll be able to add two extra VoIP services, so you can extend the functionality of your phone system AND enable all your outbound calls to travel via VoIP (at a largely discounted call rate).

For less than $100 you can pick up a complete Commander phone system and a Cisco Linksys PAP2 adapter, and then configure if for a VoIP service, making it a low-cost option for small businesses. If you anticipate your business to grow – and quickly – you might consider the benefits of a new VoIP phone system for cheaper than you think.

Commander – Cheap to buy, expensive to setup

Because you’re using old technology, however, there isn’t a lot of assistance available in terms of set-up or troubleshooting if problems occur (you may need to consult the Internet in such instances), and although it might seem like a cheap phone system you’ll then need to find a local technician who’ll need to come to your office and connect to your expensive Telstra PSTN phone lines.

New VoIP business telephone systems may be cheaper

If you’re thinking of switching your business phones to a VoIP service, browse our website to compare our different services or contact us to request a quote for a VoIP system for your business. To learn more about VoIP for business, continue reading our blog.

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CloudPBX Business Telephone System for Bookkeepers

Case Study for CloudPBX

We recently had a bookkeeping business order a business telephone system for their key administration people and they wanted it all in the cloud. They wanted features like Line Hunt, Remote Extensions, Softphones on Mobile devices, and Call Queues and the challenge was that each person in the admin team where located from their own home offices – enter the CloudPBX.

Key benefits of cloud based online services is that your business telephone system is located in a secure data centre, your staff’s VoIP telephone handsets are located on their desks and the two talk to each other via the Internet. If you have a team in remote locations yet you still need them to be part of the same telephone system then CloudPBX is the best solution for you.

Want Cisco VoIP Handsets?

Our customer had their mind on Cisco VoIP telephone handsets and they wanted to take advantage of our Cheap Telephone System offer so we provided them with some Cisco phones from our rental stock and they worked perfectly. Because they took advantage of our low rental rate for their business phone system Cisco handsets they only needed to pay for their VoIP call services.

3 handset Business Telephone System

For a low minimum monthly fee our bookkeeping business received:

  • 4 telephone numbers,
  • 3 handsets,
  • unlimited calls to local and national numbers,
  • free calls between handsets (even though they’re in remote locations),
  • cheap calls to mobiles and
  • a business grade telephone system that has all of the call handling features most businesses desire.

Use Your Current Internet Service Provider

Our client uses Telstra as their ISP in two of the locations and iiNet in another and despite the variety of different hardware used at the remote sites their new business phone system worked easily. It is important to note that the quality of your VoIP telephone service is dependent on your broadband Internet so if your Internet goes down your telephone system won’t operate so we always recommend a business grade broadband plan.

Virtual Assistants and Cloud Bookkeepers

Many of our clients are virtual assistants or independent contractors who run their businesses from their home so we’re always proud to promote our CloudPBX as a service that enables all of these remote workers to be connected to your business telephone system and able to respond to customers needs quickly.

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If you are starting a new business, relocating or just want to upgrade your telephone system to one that has powerful PBX features, low cost and great support, then Request a Quote from us.

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Is your Internet Speed Good Enough for a VoIP Phone System?

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Speedtest Internet for VoIP phone system

VoIP Business Telephone Terminology

We’ve received a lot of interest from our cheap phone system offer and in the information we provide prospective customers we realise that VoIP technology and terminology can be very confusing for first time users.

It’s true that VoIP rates are cheap, VoIP phone systems are cheap and the capability of being able to move office and keep the same phone numbers (programmed in your phone system) is fantastic. The other features you can read about here: VoIP Services.

Broadband Internet Speed is Important for Business Grade VoIP

One of the most important things to understand is how dependant your VoIP Phone System is on your Broadband Internet Connection. There are several ways of testing the speed of your Internet service and you can even get a little nerdy and get to know about voice codecs to see how many conversations you could have at the same time using a VoIP system (concurrent conversations).

Learn more about testing your Internet Speed and how many concurrent calls that enables you to make.

Learn more about VoIP Business Telephone Systems

VoIP Business Telephone System Handsets

Small Business VoIP Telephone System HandsetsVoIP handsets enable your small business to take advantage of the functionality and flexibility of a hosted CloudPBX. These handsets can be located in remote offices like staff or contractors homes or even interstate or international offices.

Learn more about Business Telephone System Handsets

Business Telephone System Call Flow Scenarios

Business Telephone System Call Flow Configurations - smallestDo you want to see how most people handle the calls with their business telephone system? These call flow scenarios enable you to quickly choose from the most common choices and can help you get a good solution quickly.

Business Telephone System Scenarios

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Siemens Gigaset C470IP – Registering a Handset

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C470IP VoIP Phone System

C470IP is a very simple IP PBX with basic VoIP functionality however it can connect up to 5 additional handsets. Multiple handsets can be registered to be used with a single VoIP phone number (endpoint) or multiple endpoints.

Configuring a C470IP System

Most IP PBX’s can be configured by entering the IP address of the device. An IP Address looks something like and it’s just a location for a device that is located on your local network.

To get the IP address of your Siemens C470IP system, press the blue “Paging Button” that normally gets each of the handsets ringing. You’ll see the IP Address displayed on the handset.

Type that address into your browser and the normal password is 0000. You can then log in to the admin area, setup phone numbers, handsets and manage how calls are handled – things like which phone number rings on which handset.

Handset registration process

When you get another handset to use with your system you can register it using the following procedure:

Turn on additional handset

On the phone menu, Navigate to Settings > Handset > Register H/Set

Enter your system PIN, (default is “0000”)

Press and hold INTERCOM button on base station until handset is registered (it will show an icon like the phone is ringing).


Great for Virtual Assistants

You can then go into your IP PBX admin and rename the handset to something that makes more sense to you. For example if you operate a home based business as a virtual assistant you can have one line for home and a couple others for your own business and any business you’re answering calls for.

We’ve had quite a bit of interest from virtual assistants who are using these phone systems because they are cheap and enable them to take advantage of cheap voip rates and have some great features like group pickup, assisted call transfer and can be combined with the VoIP service features like voicemail-to-email.

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What is an upstream provider?

VoIP and Internet Service Providers for small businessIn the world of cloud-based hosting and VoIP Business Telephone Systems an upstream provider is anyone who provides storage or switching capabilities. It’s really just another term for a wholesale provider.

One example could be your website hosting provider – they have a storage capacity that enables thousands of people to visit your website and many other customers websites and you rent a small bit of space from them.

CloudPBX Hosted PBX VoIP business telephone systemIn the world of Hosted PBX Telephone Systems we manage a call switching platform that is hosted at a Carrier-grade data centre and we connect to wholesale partners for Internet access as well as “switching” calls between carriers both locally via landline and mobile as well as internationally to landlines and cellular networks.

Each one of these providers is an Upstream Provider and they each operate their own equipment at a data centre.

It is important to understand that YOU have several upstream providers of your own. For example if you don’t use the Broadband Internet service of your telephone system provider (that avoids the public internet and connects directly with our VoIP platform) you are using what is called as the “Public Internet” and if something happens to your Internet connection it may affect your VoIP Business Telephone service.


An issue can occur with your Internet Service Provider (ISP) for several reasons:

  • They may perform an upgrade or an update to maintain, fix or improve their service and this may require the service to be shut down temporarily.
  • They might experience a physical calamity like loss of power or issue with the data centre building
  • They might experience a hardware failure of some computer equipment at the data centre


When a disruption occurs you may need to do something on your own Router/Modem or VoIP equipment – like turn it off and then on again, ie. resetting it.

Hosted Telephone System providers work with many upstream providers (for the same services in some instances) and are able to redirect voice traffic from one to another as needed. When a problem occurs with one upstream provider we can re-route traffic to a different upstream provider and if that happens you may need to reset your equipment to ensure that it connects with the changed settings.

See your local IT Consultant

If you do experience issues with connectivity you need to make contact with the person who supports you and your local computer equipment. They will usually be able to troubleshoot the problem and deal with the relevant supplier (and speak their language).

See the advanced call handling features of modern Hosted Business Telephone Systems.

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The Importance of Tracking How People Hear About Your Business

Marketing numbers and call analyticsWe recently spoke to Angela, a freelance writer, to share her experiences working with some of the largest publishing and advertising businesses in Australia. If you are interested in media and more importantly how large and well known companies measure the success of their advertising dollar, you’ll find this quite interesting.


For a spell, I left the media industry to work as a research analyst where I analysed the efficiency of various advertising and marketing strategies for a host of clients, such as Qantas, Westpac, Coca Cola, the NSW Government, and so on.

Though my chief objective was to determine things like whether a thirty second spot in Packed to the Rafters would deliver a client’s TARP goals, time and again, I was asked how a client could tell if that thirty-second spot had resulted in more sales; something I was unqualified to speculate on.

To isolate this information, marketers would often suggest that clients advertise different products or special offers in each different medium they used, and then analyse sales data to see which medium outperformed the other. But becoming more popular is the use of a Voice Over Internet Protocol service (VoIP).

Unlike the former, which cannot control for natural selection—a person going into a supermarket and selecting Arnotts Tim Tams over another Arnotts product due merely to product placement, impulse or pre-existing bias—a VoIP rules out the possibility of natural selection.

Using different telephone numbers in different advertising mediums, VoIP allows you to efficiently and accurately track what marketing messages your enquiries are originating from; and importantly, a VoIP also isolates which advertising medium delivers more call-to-action.

You may use a variety of mediums—television, print, online, radio, outdoor—but of those mediums, which one actually drives a person to pick up the phone? What was the strongest marketing message? VoIP answers all of those questions with a simple text file detailing every phone call and the marketing number they originated from.

VoIP delivers something that as a research analyst I could never definitively answer: accountability. It’s true that VoIP is no substitute for a good marketing campaign, but when used in conjunction with your marketing strategies it offers a kind of clarity that TARPs and circulation numbers simply cannot.

To include Virion’s VoIP service in your next marketing campaign, sign up here.

IP Handsets

Cisco SPA509G 12-line IP Phone

Full-featured 12-line business-class IP phone supporting Power over Ethernet (PoE)

  • Monochrome backlit display for ease of use, aesthetics, and on-screen applications
  • Connects directly to an Internet telephone service provider or to an IP private branch exchange (PBX)
  • Cisco HD Voice for unsurpassed voice clarity and enhanced speaker quality
  • Easy installation and highly secure remote provisioning, as well as menu-based and web-based configuration
  • Supports up to two Cisco® SPA500S Expansion Module, adding up to 64 additional buttons*
  • Supports both Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Smart Phone Control Protocol (SPCP) with the Cisco Unified Communications 500 Series for Small Business

Part of the Cisco Small Business Pro Series, the SIP-based Cisco SPA509G 12-line IP Phone with Programmable Keys (Figure 1) has been tested to ensure comprehensive interoperability with equipment from voice over IP (VoIP) infrastructure leaders, enabling service providers to quickly roll out competitive, feature-rich services to their customers.

With hundreds of features and configurable service parameters, the Cisco SPA509G addresses the requirements of traditional business users while building on the advantages of IP telephony. Features such as easy station moves and shared line appearances (across local and geographically dispersed locations) are just some of the many advantages of the SPA509G.

The Cisco SPA509G 12-line IP Phone with Programmable Keys also supports productivity-enhancing features such as VoiceView Express and Cisco XML applications when used with the Cisco Unified Communications 500 Series in SPCP mode.

The Cisco SPA509G uses standard encryption protocols to perform highly secure remote provisioning and unobtrusive in-service software upgrades. Remote provisioning tools include detailed performance measurement and troubleshooting features, enabling network providers to deliver high-quality support to their subscribers. Remote provisioning also saves service providers the time and expense of managing, preloading, and reconfiguring customer premises equipment.

For more information visit the Cisco SPA509G product website.

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Quintum Tenor Series BX ISDN to VoIP MultiPath Switch

The NET Tenor series BX MultiPath Switch offers enterprises using ISDN Basic Rate Interface (BRI) lines an easy, cost-effective way to capitalize on the power of Voice over IP (VoIP). The Tenor integrates VoIP gateway functionality with its unique intelligent call routing, MultiPath architecture, and QoS support all in one solution.


2, 4 or 8 BRI S/T ports

Up to 16 VoIP channels

MultiPath and Gateway configurations


The NET Tenor Series BX MultiPath Switch offers enterprises using ISDN Basic Rate Interface (BRI) lines an easy, cost effective way to capitalize on the power of Voice over IP (VoIP). The Tenor integrates VoIP gateway functionality with its unique intelligent call routing, MultiPath architecture, and QoS support all in one solution.

Enterprises can benefit from a variety of valuable applications such as PBX extension, remote office connectivity, long distance consolidation and call centers. BX Series products can support either 2, 4 or 8 BRI lines.

All NET Tenors offer a complete SIP-based VoIP solution for the branch office or for service provider customer premise equipment, providing full survivability in the event that access to the central and/or hosted IP PBX is lost. Because it delivers a complete solution in a single device – and because it offers such easy, scalable implementation and management – the Tenor significantly reduces the total lifecycle cost of VoIP deployment, while optimizing service reliability. Tenor also offers PSTN connectivity and legacy equipment integration for both analog and modem based devices.

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Quintum Tenor series AF VoIP MultiPath Switch

This information is directly from the Vendors website.

The NET Tenor AF Series gives small businesses, SOHOs and branch offices with analog voice infrastructures an easy, cost-effective way to capitalize on the power of Voice over IP (VoIP). Tenors offer a complete survivable branch office solution providng support for integrating analog endpoints and the PSTN, while offering back-up call processing support for all SIP and analog calls.


  • 2, 4, 6 or 8 Analog line and trunk interfaces
  • Up to 8 simultaneous VoIP calls
  • Available in MultiPath or Gateway configurations


NET’s Tenor Series switching/gateway solutions are deployed worldwide to provide highly reliable, easy-to-implement VoIP connectivity in a full range of enterprise and service provider environments. These highly adaptable solutions work with traditional PBXs, legacy analog equipment, IP PBXs and IP phones, and SIP-based communications environments. They are perfect for deploying VoIP in small enterprises, SOHO or remote offices of larger enterprises, where analog and modem-based devices are common.


All NET Tenors offer a complete SIP-based VoIP solution for the branch office or for service provider customer premise equipment, providing full survivability in the event that access to the central and/or hosted IP PBX is lost. Because it delivers a complete solution in a single device – and because it offers such easy, scalable implementation and management – the Tenor significantly reduces the total lifecycle cost of VoIP deployment, while optimizing service reliability. Tenor also offers PSTN connectivity and legacy equipment integration for both analog and modem based devices.

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Request a Quote for VoIP phone system

Telephone systems in general are technical products to understand so rather than scratch your head and look at all the available IP telephony equipment and what they can do, tell us a little about your business and your requirements (this will take you less than 15 minutes) and one of our consultants will contact YOU to recommend a solution for your business.

You can then study the VoIP telephone system equipment recommended and understand more about how the phone system will be installed, the costs and the extra new features of VoIP.

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Cisco SPA525G 5-Line IP Phone with Color Display


• Full-featured and stylish 5-line business IP phone supporting up to two SPA500S (32 button) expansion modules

• Enhanced connectivity, with Power over Ethernet, 802.11g Wi-Fi client mode, and Bluetooth headset support

• Graphic-rich, high-resolution 3.2-inch QVGA 320 x 240 color screen

• Simple, easy, and highly secure wireless setup with industry-standard push-button WPS and quick provisioning capabilities for mass-scale service provider activation

• Embedded SSL VPN client for secure phone connectivity to your IPPBX over any public internet connection

• Support for multimedia functions, such as playing MP3’s, displaying digital photos, viewing RSS feeds, and displaying video surveillance camera streams

• Multi feature support, such as caller ID, call forwarding, call transfer, 3-way conferencing, call parking, call history, phonebook, and built-in full-duplex speakerphone

• Supports both SIP with SPA9000 or leading third party call control platforms and SPCP Protocols with Cisco Unified Communication 500 Series

Product Features

The Cisco SPA525G 5-Line IP Phone with Color Display (Figure 1) is an excellent choice for businesses that require an enhanced user experience with a hosted IP telephony service, an IP private branch exchange (PBX), or a large-scale IP Centrex deployment. The SPA525G uses industry-leading SPA voice over IP (VoIP) technology from Cisco, with high-quality hardware providing additional connectivity via Bluetooth for headset connectivity, Power over Ethernet (PoE) (802.3af), or a Wireless-G client (802.11g).

Standard features on the Cisco SPA525G include five active lines, VLAN-capable dual switched Ethernet ports, 802.3af PoE support, a 3.2-inch QVGA color display, a full-duplex, high-quality speakerphone, a Bluetooth interface for headset connectivity, a Wireless-G (802.11g) client, a 2.5-mm stereo headset port, and a USB 2.0 host port. Each line can be configured independently to use a unique phone number (or extension) or can use a shared number that is assigned to multiple phones. The power supply for the SPA525G is sold separately. The optional SPA500S 32-Button Attendant Console adds up to 64 buttons for receptionist applications.

Read more about the Cisco SPA525G 5-Line IP Phone.

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Cisco SPA504G IP phone

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Cisco SPA504G IP phone handset

This phone is the most ideal replacement for the discontinued Linksys (Cisco) SPA942

Cisco SPA 500 Series IP Phones offer a range of features including:

  • Full-featured business-class IP phone supporting Power over Ethernet (PoE)
  • Monochrome backlit display for ease of use, aesthetics, and onscreen applications
  • Connects directly to a hosted IP telephony service or an IP private branch exchange (PBX)
  • Wideband audio for unsurpassed voice clarity and enhanced speaker quality
  • Easy installation and highly secure remote provisioning, as well as menu-based and web-based configuration
  • Supports both Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) for Cisco SPA 9000, open source, and hosted telephony solutions and Smart Phone Control Protocol (SPCP) for Cisco Unified Communications 500 Series for Small Business
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Cisco SPA3102 Voice Gateway with Router

Analog Calls Routed Over the Internet

Internet telephone service is now more accessible than before. Part of Cisco Small Business Voice Gateways and ATAs, the SPA3102 Voice Gateway allows automatic routing of local calls from mobile phones and land lines to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service providers, and vice versa. By first calling the local number on the SPA3102, you can reduce or eliminate long-distance charges altogether.

If power goes out or Internet service is lost, calls can be safely redirected to a traditional carrier via the standard analog interface.

Additional features of the Cisco SPA3102 include:

  • One RJ-11 POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) FXS port to connect an existing analog phone or fax machine
  • One PSTN FXO port to connect to a Telco or PBX circuit
  • Two 100BaseT RJ-45 Ethernet interfaces to connect to a home or office LAN, and an Ethernet connection to a broadband modem or router
  • FXS and FXO lines that can be independently configured
  • Secure encryption-based methods for communication, provisioning, and servicing
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To order this product please visit our Instant Trial Application. We will provide the device, VoIP phone line service and installation at your premises for a fixed cost (selected areas of Sydney at this stage).

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CounterPath Bria Softphone

Bria 3 is a carrier-grade next generation softphone application that enables you to manage your communications easily and efficiently – all from your computer desktop. Replacing or complementing your hard phone, the Bria softphone allows you to make VoIP and Video calls over IP, see when your contacts are available, send Instant Messages and transfer files with ease and efficiency.

Built on SIP and open standards, Bria is proven interoperable with many of the industry’s standard platforms and devices. It now also includes features specifically designed for business and enterprise users and can be deployed within an enterprise environment either by manual configuration via the softphone Graphical User Interface (GUI) or by using a provisioning server.

The latest softphone technology

Bria 3 is the first CounterPath softphone based on Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and .net for Windows, and Cocoa for Mac, the most flexible user interface frameworks currently available. This foundation enables a dynamic interface with new task flows and customization options for an unprecedented user experience.

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Mobile phones and even tablets like Samsung, iPad and even Windows tablets are a fantastic platform for softphones connected to a business telephone system based on a CloudPBX (hosted PBX) system. Learn more about how they can help you get a cheap phone system with enterprise grade features!

Gateways & ATAs

Linksys (Cisco) SPA400 Gateway with 4 x FXO ports

Connect up to four standard analog telephone lines to a voice over IP (VoIP) network, with calls automatically routed to and from your existing telephone service. Part of Cisco Small Business Voice Systems, the SPA400 Internet Telephony Gateway was designed to be deployed with the Cisco SPA9000 IP telephony system.

The SPA400 also supports up to 32 voicemail accounts with customized greetings that can be accessed through a user’s Cisco IP phone.

Additional features of the Cisco SPA400 include:

  • Support for four RJ-11 FXO ports to connect to the public switched telephone network (PSTN)
  • One 10/100 BaseT RJ-45 Ethernet interface used to connect to the local IP network
  • Integrated voicemail server application supporting 32 voicemail accounts
  • Easy installation support using the SPA9000 Setup Wizard

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Linksys (Cisco) SPA932 Reception Console

Enrich IP Phone Functionality

Part of Cisco Small Business IP Phone Series, the SPA932 offers easy setup and intuitive controls that make central call handling for a small business as easy as plugging in the system’s IP phones. The SPA932 allows a central location to quickly and effortlessly direct calls, with easy monitoring of line status to see who’s on the phone. Because it’s modular, two additional consoles can be easily deployed, for a total of 64 lines.

Additional features of the Cisco SPA932 Attendant Console include:

  • A design made to specifically service the Cisco SPA962 IP phone
  • 32 programmable buttons to simplify dialing and call transfers
  • Line status – idle, ringing, busy, or null – with LEDs on every button
  • A single power-source design that draws electricity from the SPA962’s power supply

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