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Thread: How to use Aastra terminal without Epygi PBX

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    Default How to use Aastra terminal without Epygi PBX

    Hi!

    Is it possible to use a SIP terminal like Aastra or Polycom without an Epygi?
    How can I pass the configuration files without Epygi's TFTP server?

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    I'm not exactly sure what you're asking.

    Most SIP handsets, including the Aastra'a, will allow you to register the phone to another SIP server to make and receive calls. This may be one provided by your VoIP provider or multiple providers (depending on phone model).

    You can't use SIP phones as regular telephones by plugging them into telephone lines, however.

    Anthony

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    I want to know if is possibile to use SIP terminal like aastra without a IP PBX

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    Well.. yes and no. Yes you can connect it to an IPTSP directly but in the end that just means your IPTSP has some kind of IP PBX.
    But then again that's just saying what techkey already said.

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    Any SIP terminal can be used without IPPBX (softphone, hardphone etc). You can use that either for direct peer-to-peer calls, or with SIP server. But of course, you will lose many features provided by IPPBX, and have only ones provided by phone. Not sure such installatio is suitable for business environment... Probably it could be good for the personal use only...

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    Thanks for the answer...

    All the information that Aastra takes with Epygi's TFTP server can be set manually?

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    Not everything could be set from the phone GUI, as far as I know. But all parameters can be set by you manually in TFTP file (if you keep standalone TFTP server).

    Best regards,
    David

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    However, is always needed a TFTP server?

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    Not, of course. The most of the parameters (and surely the most useful ones) can be set from the phone GUI, so for most cases TFTP is not needed at all.

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