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Having configured the telephone system to support 1100/1200 phones, there are a number of methods for actual 1100/1200 Series phone installation. The method to use depends on the following:

The type of phone: 1100 Series or 1200 Series.

Whether the phone is new or already has firmware, for example an existing phone being redeployed from a BCM system or another IP Office system.

Whether the telephone system is being used for DHCP for the phones or whether static addressing is being used instead.

 

Use the table below to identify the method to use. In addition, sets currently operating on a BCM system that is being replaced by an IP Office system can be directly migrated from the BCM. See Automatic BCM Migration.

 

DHCP

Static IP Addressing

Installation type

1100 Series

1200 Series

1100 Series

1200 Series

New Phone

Method 1

Method 2

Method 3

Method 4

Redeployment from BCM

Method 1

Method 1

Method 3

Method 3

Redeployment from SIP

Method 1

Method 1

Method 5

Method 5

Automatic Migration

Automatic Migration Method

 

 

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Issue 06.a.-
Thursday, April 26, 2018