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Thanks. I just bought this last week from amazon. I returned it and bit on this deal.
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Couple of questions.

1. does this work for free with google voice? i.e. can i plug an analog phone in and make (US based) calls for free on the analog phone?
2. It mentioned something about a wifi adapter, is that included or do you have to purchase separately?

Thanks!
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Can I use it with my own Asterisk server? Thanks. I feel so bad that only obi devices support gv now.
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Can I use it with my own Asterisk server? Thanks. I feel so bad that only obi devices support gv now.
Yes it does. I have mine setup with both GV & my asterisk server.
Google is primary and you dial the 7 digits.
To access the asterisk, you just dial **<# of voip provider in your setup> before the number. In my setup it's the 2nd voip provider so I dial **2 & the telephone number.

For incoming calls you can setup different ring pattens, but I haven't messed with that.
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When they are going to come out with a POE version?
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Still waiting for 202 to go on sale.
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at last check, Newegg no longer stock the 202.
now the Polycom 2200
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Still waiting for 202 to go on sale.
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Couple of questions.

1. does this work for free with google voice? i.e. can i plug an analog phone in and make (US based) calls for free on the analog phone?
2. It mentioned something about a wifi adapter, is that included or do you have to purchase separately?

Thanks!
Yes. I have it working now for 2-3 months.

Not sure if the OBI200 supports WiFi.

Note: I am assuming this is rebranding of OBIHai200 after Polycom acquired it.
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at last check, Newegg no longer stock the 202.
now the Polycom 2200
Polycom's model naming system is weird.
Selling as Obi200 here. But checking their site, the 200 is called the Obi300. The 202 is called Obi302.
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Yes. I have it working now for 2-3 months.

Not sure if the OBI200 supports WiFi.

Note: I am assuming this is rebranding of OBIHai200 after Polycom acquired it.
ok thanks. The no wifi may be a deal breaker for me. the office i want to use this in is about 30 ft from my router, and I currently have no ethernet running to it. That is good info to know, however, thanks!
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So I see that obi200 has a white casing and this polygom black casing. Is this version newer? Is it worth it to pay 35$ more for the obi202?
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ok thanks. The no wifi may be a deal breaker for me. the office i want to use this in is about 30 ft from my router, and I currently have no ethernet running to it. That is good info to know, however, thanks!
You can use a WiFi range extender that has an Ethernet port in the office you want to use it in or add a second router to your network if it can be configured as a mesh network.
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You can use a WiFi range extender that has an Ethernet port in the office you want to use it in or add a second router to your network if it can be configured as a mesh network.
That is a good idea. I have seen a few wifi range extenders at garage sales randomly this summer. I never thought about using one as a wired port... Thanks!
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How does this work? Does this just allow you to make calls using you PC?
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