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Old 10-07-2014, 05:51 AM
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Default Required expansion module for PBX

I am interested in acquiring an Avaya IP office PBX.
This PBX must support 20-25 extensions of which 4 will have direct lines.
And the rest will share 2 trunklines and a faxnumber.
I was wondering if someone here could advice me on what expansion modules(potential licenses) I would need for the IP 500.


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IP Phones, Digitial or Analogue phones?? What type of trunks will it have - Analogue, PRI, BRI, SIP? It sounds like you could have the IP500v2 with a trunk card and if IP Phones just a VCM. If you had digital phones, then a DS30 module. I would suggest you reach out to your local Channel SE or Distributor.
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Old 10-14-2014, 04:45 PM
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IP Phones, Digitial or Analogue phones?? What type of trunks will it have - Analogue, PRI, BRI, SIP? It sounds like you could have the IP500v2 with a trunk card and if IP Phones just a VCM. If you had digital phones, then a DS30 module. I would suggest you reach out to your local Channel SE or Distributor.
The phones will be digital and the trunks analogue. So i want to know what base /daughter cards or expansion module I might need for IP500 v2. Before I contact my local distributor I first want to be informed on the possible solutions before dealing with them.
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The IP Office 500 V2 chassis has 4 slots for Base Cards. Digital base cards are 8 stations each, so 4 of them would give you 32 extensions. Each base card can be fitted with an Analogue Trunk Module, which accepts 4 outside lines. You don't tell us how many total lines you will have, but 4 ATM cards (1 on each of the the Digital-8 base cards) would give you 16 outside lines.

If you have need for analogue STATIONS, you could swap up to 2 of the Digital-8/ATM-4 setups for a Combo Card, which is 6 Digital Station, 2 Analogue Stations, and 4 outside lines.

You might want to investigate some type of digital line from the phone company, such as a PRI if available in your area.
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There are several ways that the combination of lines and users you want could be achieved. And whilst we can give you those technical answers price will be an issue so you need to be talking to a reseller.

Personally I think two Analog combo cards and two Digital station cards would be a neat solution. It would give you up to 32 digital extensions and connections for up to 8 analog trunks. So covers both the immediate need but with spare trunk and extension ports for immediate business expansion plus VCM capacity for VoIP or SIP trunks in the future and two empty trunk card slots.
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The IP Office 500 V2 chassis has 4 slots for Base Cards. Digital base cards are 8 stations each, so 4 of them would give you 32 extensions. Each base card can be fitted with an Analogue Trunk Module, which accepts 4 outside lines. You don't tell us how many total lines you will have, but 4 ATM cards (1 on each of the the Digital-8 base cards) would give you 16 outside lines.

If you have need for analogue STATIONS, you could swap up to 2 of the Digital-8/ATM-4 setups for a Combo Card, which is 6 Digital Station, 2 Analogue Stations, and 4 outside lines.

You might want to investigate some type of digital line from the phone company, such as a PRI if available in your area.
Sorry for the late reply. Thank you for the info now I have an idea how to combine the different modules. And look into digital line suggestion
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There are several ways that the combination of lines and users you want could be achieved. And whilst we can give you those technical answers price will be an issue so you need to be talking to a reseller.

Personally I think two Analog combo cards and two Digital station cards would be a neat solution. It would give you up to 32 digital extensions and connections for up to 8 analog trunks. So covers both the immediate need but with spare trunk and extension ports for immediate business expansion plus VCM capacity for VoIP or SIP trunks in the future and two empty trunk card slots.
I already have an idea of what the modules will cost but needed info on how best to combine. So Thank you for the info
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