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Tandbert 880 - Anex O

Hola a todos los visitantes de esta discusión.

Mi plataforma de videoconferencias se conecta con sitios de internet utilizando un Polycom VBP-E.

Tengo la oportunidad de adquirir un Tandberg880, pero creo que este equipo no soporta llamadas marcando con el signo '#'. Los equipos Polycom y Huawei que tengo si soportan este tipo de marcación, ¿El equipo Tandberg880 soporta la marcación utilizando el signo '#'?

Desde ya muchas gracias a todos los que respondan.

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Jens Didriksen
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Apologies for not replying in Spanish, but my Spanish is not very good.

IP_address##Alias is proprietary format (not Annex O) and is not supported by TANDBERG/Cisco systems.

TANDBERG/Cisco systems supports Annex O which is Alias@domain (can also be Alias@IP_address).

I.e. Polycom dials 10.10.10.10##12345 - TANDBERG/Cisco dials 12345@mycompany.com or 12345@10.10.10.10

At least newer Polycom systems also supports Annex O and as far as I know, VBP can also be configured to support both forms of dialling.

/jens

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Jens Didriksen
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Apologies for not replying in Spanish, but my Spanish is not very good.

IP_address##Alias is proprietary format (not Annex O) and is not supported by TANDBERG/Cisco systems.

TANDBERG/Cisco systems supports Annex O which is Alias@domain (can also be Alias@IP_address).

I.e. Polycom dials 10.10.10.10##12345 - TANDBERG/Cisco dials 12345@mycompany.com or 12345@10.10.10.10

At least newer Polycom systems also supports Annex O and as far as I know, VBP can also be configured to support both forms of dialling.

/jens

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Apologies for my bad english, I hope you can understand my ideas...

Thanks you very much for your detailed response, Jens. I didn't know that IP_address##Alias is a propietary format, I thougt that it is standar. I knew that Cisco doesn't sopport the '#' sign. I have tried dialing with @ througt the Polycom VBP and it works!

Thanks you again.

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