Siemens gigaset as180 as a internal mobile extension

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Le 11/06/2011 17:54, Gordon Henderson a écrit :
> On Sat, 11 Jun 2011, Florent THOMAS wrote:
>> Hy all of you,
>> Is anybody has a tutorial for integrate a siemens gigaset as180 and
>> connect it to Asterisk.
>> I’ve searched a lot and didn’t found something concluding.
> The AS180 is just a bog-standard analogue DECT phone. So like any
> other analogue phone, to use it with asterisk, you need an analogue
> card (eg. tdm400p) or an ATA.
> Personally, I’d use one of the Gigaset IP range of phones – these are
> SIP compatable. (e.g. A580IP, etc.) They do work very well. I’ve
> deployed a fair few in the past few years.
> (And they’re just Gigaset now – split from Siemens AIUI, although I
> suspect it’ll be a long time before everyone catches-up!)
> Gordon
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Thanks for answering so fast.

I’ll try it ASAP and let you know.


3 thoughts on - Siemens gigaset as180 as a internal mobile extension

  • Le 15/06/2011 10:53, Gordon Henderson a écrit :
    You’re totally right and actually I ‘d just engaged a procedure to have
    the information from my IPST.

  • Le 15/06/2011 11:06, Florent THOMAS a écrit :
    Hy gordon,

    My former IPST informed me that this kind of device can’t be configured
    for another IPST. Have you already experinced this kind of behaviour?
    Do you know some devices that aren’t so “locked”?

  • [snip very hard to follow thread]

    Linksys devices are locked at the factory AFAIK and cannot be unlocked.
    If a Linksys ATA is what you are after, you want a model that ends with