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Last Edited by Zwitterion April 25, 2018 at 07:04 PM
Keep in mind, that with GV's move to WiFi calling screws up the Obihai connectivity (and appears irreversible so), so you may want to set up another GV number for use in this case. If they ultimately force this functionality on all GV accounts the current Obihai compatibility that this phone offers will be rendered useless and you'll have to resort to a GV to SIP service like the rest of us.

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has been using cisco phone, some models(used) just 20-30 bucks on ebay, but this phone seems more powerful: supports 24 line and google voice.
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has been using cisco phone, some models(used) just 20-30 bucks on ebay, but this phone seems more powerful: supports 24 line and google voice.
Did you run the Cisco phone with CUCM?
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Did you run the Cisco phone with CUCM?
Not who you were talking to, but I did something similar. I'm using a Cisco 7961G with asterisk and the skinny/sccp. I then paid something like $5 to http://2way.ipcomms.net/ that converts GV to SIP.

Not easy, but if you can stomach thru it, the phones are crazy cheap on ebay. However the OP has a nice simple solution for not a lot of money.
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Not who you were talking to, but I did something similar. I'm using a Cisco 7961G with asterisk and the skinny/sccp. I then paid something like $5 to http://2way.ipcomms.net/ that converts GV to SIP.

Not easy, but if you can stomach thru it, the phones are crazy cheap on ebay. However the OP has a nice simple solution for not a lot of money.
Hmm. I have a few 78xx and 98xx lying around. Unfortunately those don't support the SIP protocol. Will have to look into getting some cheap 79xx series phones off eBay. Thanks for the tips though.
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Why not just get a Ubiquiti phone for a little more. https://www.ubnt.com/unifi-voip/uvp/
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Hmm. I have a few 78xx and 98xx lying around. Unfortunately those don't support the SIP protocol. Will have to look into getting some cheap 79xx series phones off eBay. Thanks for the tips though.
If they are using SCCP then you can use asterisk like state above.
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I bought this about 6 months ago. It's quite seamless with Google Voice after the initial setup and I love that it's wifi & Ethernet.
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I have one and love it. Call quality (speakerphone especially) is outstanding. Grab one while you can.
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Why does VOIP need to be gigabit? No harm, I suppose, just silly marketing buzzword.
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OBiHAi what even is that
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Not who you were talking to, but I did something similar. I'm using a Cisco 7961G with asterisk and the skinny/sccp. I then paid something like $5 to http://2way.ipcomms.net/ that converts GV to SIP.

Not easy, but if you can stomach thru it, the phones are crazy cheap on ebay. However the OP has a nice simple solution for not a lot of money.
Cisco unified communication manager. Cisco pbx, which the phones are made for.
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Not who you were talking to, but I did something similar. I'm using a Cisco 7961G with asterisk and the skinny/sccp. I then paid something like $5 to http://2way.ipcomms.net/ that converts GV to SIP.

Not easy, but if you can stomach thru it, the phones are crazy cheap on ebay. However the OP has a nice simple solution for not a lot of money.
I used a Cisco 7509 I grabbed from eBay. 4 lines, and used Simonics gateway to have GV converted to SIP. I love the speaker on Cisco and make extensive use of speakerphone conversations.

Keep in mind, that with GV's move to WiFi screws up the Obihai connectivity (and appears irreversible), so you may want to set up another GV number for use in this case. If they ultimately force this functionality on all GV accounts the current Obihai compatibility that this phone offers will be rendered useless and you'll have to resort to a GV to SIP service like the rest of us.
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Keep in mind, that with GV's move to WiFi screws up the Obihai connectivity (and appears irreversible)
Can you please explain or cite the site you got your information? I've been contemplating setting up Asterisk off my Asus router and grabbing an old SPA phone. This looks like an all in one that will save me much frustration, but not if it works for all of a month before Google kills compatibility.
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