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Avaya IP Phone 2002

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Avaya IP Phone 2002

Nortel Networks IP Phone 2002

Business Phone Set

The Nortel Networks IP Phone 2002 is a standards based, Internet Protocol, desktop telephone that connects directly to the Local Area Network (LAN) via RJ-45 connector. Currently supported on both enterprise and carrier platforms, the display based IP Phone 2002 is ideally suited for moderate call volume users, such as office professionals and technical specialists.

Avaya/Nortel IPĀ  Phones

Power over Ethernet delivers power from the Data Switching Equipment over Ethernet cabling via the IEEE 802.3af specification. By supporting Power over Ethernet, the IP Phone 2002 eliminates the need for power splitters and AC outlets, resulting in a more reliable and cost effective solution.

10Mbs/100Mbs full duplex Locked Up connections ensures full duplex audio in environments where the Data Switching Equipment does not auto negotiate the connection.

Integrated Ethernet Switch This 10/100 Base-T, layer 2 internal Ethernet Switch splits one Category 5 LAN drop into separate feeds, providing an additional RJ-45 to accommodate a co-located PC with the IP Telephone. Implementing a hardware based fixed priority scheme to the voice port, the internal Ethernet Switch delivers priority to voice traffic, ensuring high quality voice is always available.

4×10 + 2×24 character based display is the window to a wealth of personal productivity tools. By providing increased clarity for current information, as well as preparation for future applications, users are provided an experience that benefits from the latest in Nortel Networks technology.

4 Self labeling programmable keys that eliminate paper while making access to external lines, intercom lines, features, or auto dial numbers, simple and easy to read.

Self labelling, context sensitive soft keys providing the user with fast access to online instructions and system features.

Audio control center provides quick and seamless toggle control between handset, headset, and hands free without audio disruption. Additionally, the volume bar can be used to individually adjust the handset, headset, hands free, and ringer while LEDs keep track of the toggle action.

Navigation clusterA fast menu, sub-list, and call log, scrolling and identification for one touch dialling and system features.

Specialized fixed keys One touch access to current features such as Call Pilot voice mail and planned future functionality is a plus.

Message waiting/visual ring indicator utilizing an easy to see lamp to indicate the presence of voicemail. The same lamp combines distinctive cadences to aid users in managing and identifying multiple call parties simultaneously.

Automatic firmware upgrades allow installed IP Phones to be upgraded via direct downloads, rendering site visits obsolete.

DHCPNetwork administrators can centrally manage and automate the assignment of IP addresses/telephones.

Hearing aid compatible Safety is never an issue with the Nortel Networks IP Phone 2002, since it supports the full range of potential users and their unique requirements.

Adjustable display contrast for viewing in a broad range of user environments.

Distinctive ring tones assignable, based on calling party or call type.

Feature Key with one touch access plus feature code and password for personal information, users have access to all assigned system capabilities.

Multi stage icons The four programmable keys provide a six stage graphic identifying the status of the line so that users can accurately disposition the call.

International icons or English text key caps can be equipped depending on user preference and/or country of deployment.

A VoIP phone uses voice over IP (VoIP) technologies allowing telephone calls to be made over an IP network such as the Internet instead of the ordinary system. Calls can traverse the Internet, or a private IP network such as that of a company.