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Topic # 5573 9-Nov-2005 16:10
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http://www.zultys.co.nz/index.jsp?tab...

A comapny called Zultys announced a few weeks ago a new WiFi SIP phone - and in the press release stated "worldwide relese in November 2005".

Initially I dismissed the "worldwide" to actually mean "countries important to us" i.e. China, Japan and US, and so on sorta thing - in other words "not NZ anytime soon".

However, I have just today noticed that they have an office (or something) in Wellington - well, a PO Box and a phone number at least.

Has anyone heard of these guys locally in NZ, and could this mean the phone may actually get here before Christmas NEXT year?

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  Reply # 22901 9-Nov-2005 16:28
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Looks rather nice.. The only major feature it looks to be lacking is WPA, running any access point with WEP is just asking for trouble - since SIP session details are not encrypted andbody could have an extension on your PBX within a matter of minutes and cause plenty of chaos.




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  Reply # 22902 9-Nov-2005 16:38
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Stoopid me - forgot to check 'bout that one.

Hold on, - i'll just unline the word 'Wannabe' for everyone underneath me name on the left to save you guys the hassle.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 22903 9-Nov-2005 16:38
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It does look nice, but... I have a DualPhone connected to my desktop. I can use Skype, SkypeOut and SkypeIn anywhere in the house.

If instead of simply SIP it could have Skype implemented... Then it would be great: no need for a PC to have Skype available.






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