Difference between revisions of "Phone Extensions"

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[[Image:Phones.jpg|thumb|250px|Phones Page Admin Website]]<p>Most phone extensions, or handsets, are plug-and-play.  Just plug them into any jack and LinuxMCE will start using them.  If you want to use a regular old-fashioned style phone, you will need an adapter that plugs into the network jack (RJ45) and gives you a regular analog POTS connection (RJ11) that you can plug your phone into.  These adapters are also plug-and-play.</p>
 
[[Image:Phones.jpg|thumb|250px|Phones Page Admin Website]]<p>Most phone extensions, or handsets, are plug-and-play.  Just plug them into any jack and LinuxMCE will start using them.  If you want to use a regular old-fashioned style phone, you will need an adapter that plugs into the network jack (RJ45) and gives you a regular analog POTS connection (RJ11) that you can plug your phone into.  These adapters are also plug-and-play.</p>
 
<p>You can change the settings for your phone extensions here, or add new phones that are not plug-and-play.</p>
 
<p>You can change the settings for your phone extensions here, or add new phones that are not plug-and-play.</p>

Latest revision as of 03:17, 25 August 2009

Phones Page Admin Website

Most phone extensions, or handsets, are plug-and-play. Just plug them into any jack and LinuxMCE will start using them. If you want to use a regular old-fashioned style phone, you will need an adapter that plugs into the network jack (RJ45) and gives you a regular analog POTS connection (RJ11) that you can plug your phone into. These adapters are also plug-and-play.

You can change the settings for your phone extensions here, or add new phones that are not plug-and-play.