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Paradise Valley, AZ
reply to PToN

Re: VoIP system

Avaya IP Office is certainly something to look at. They have a full server solution that is all IP now, and you can mix in some hardware to do digital or analog/pri. I have the 500V2 sitting in my home office using SIP trunks and 9621 IP phones, works great. I've deployed maaaaaany full ip, and mixed tech solutions using the ip office and they all tend to work fine, granted you don't run into some lame software issue, and your voice network works well. The IP office does no QOS, so it's up to your network. Sadly we run into a lot of "network" guys that just don't know crap about QoS and Vlans. They are generally "cisco" guys...just sayin.

The system is extremely flexible, but yes, it is proprietary. If you're more interested in learning/playing, get an asterisk based system.