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Topic # 24570 28-Jul-2008 07:51
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Now that their IP Connect products have launched today is there anybody here from TCL who can give any more technical info on these offerings? What phones, hardware etc are being supported?

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  Reply # 151964 28-Jul-2008 08:45
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Is this yet another Business-customers-only product and services?




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  Reply # 151965 28-Jul-2008 08:45
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From the TelstraClear website:

IP Connect is built as a service that uses TelstraClear's Private IP core network and our Next IP technology.

IP Connect is fully supported by TelstraClear. We will install and maintain your system.

IP Connect can be delivered over TelstraClear's Fibre or Copper networks. All you will require is a TelstraClear phone line and calling plan and a compatible IP-PBX in order to ensure the service experience is end to end. The compatible IP-PBX's for IP Connect are:
  • Avaya IP Office 500 (version 4.1.12) or
  • Cisco Call Manager 6.1, using a Cisco Unified Border Element (CUBE)
TelstraClear can supply you with the IP-PBX hardware if required. The hardware is custom built, so you can be assured that the solution and price will be tailored to meet your particular requirements.

To sign up to IP Connect, please contact your TelstraClear representative or call us on 0508 249 999. Now's Good.

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  Reply # 151968 28-Jul-2008 08:48
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Yup... still a very business-product... shame (for home customers) really.




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