The following phone models are installed at CU Boulder:
Cisco 3905 Wall Phone
- Cisco Unified SIP Phone 3905 User Guide
- Single line IP phone with support for up to two concurrent calls
- Graphical 128x32-pixel monochrome display with a two-way navigation button
- Full duplex speakerphone for flexibility with hands-free communications
- Fixed keys for common telephony features: hold, redial, transfer, and mute
- Foldable, single-position display stand to simplify wall-mount deployments
Cisco 8851 Phone
- Visit the Cisco VoIP page for more about model 8851 phones
- Support for up to 5 lines and both single- and multiple-call-per-line appearance for added flexibility in call management
- More intuitive, easier-to-use experience with the highest-resolution, backlit, graphical widescreen VGA, 800- x 480-pixel displays in the Cisco IP Phone portfolio (grayscale or color is model-dependent)
- Increased productivity with easier navigation of menus and call-transaction status using the 5-way navigation cluster and 4 context sensitive soft-label keys
- Enhanced tactile feel and reduced errant dialing with rounded ergonomic fixed keys
- Fixed keys for commonly used functions including messaging, directory, services, transfer, conference, mute, headset, speakerphone, hold, and release
- Gigabit Ethernet-integrated switches to reduce IT administration and cabling costs at the desk while efficiently and effectively processing the traffic from a collocated multimedia PC
- Reduced energy costs and carbon footprint in off-work hours with support from Cisco EnergyWise® technology
- Optional wall-mount kit to deploy in more space-constrained environments
- Used on analog lines
- Use when one extension is answered by more than one person
- Rings when your telephone rings
- When centrally located can easily be heard throughout a large area
- Every phone is being installed with a 6 ft. long handset cord, but 12ft. and 25ft. long cords are available
- New phones are being connected to the user’s existing data cable typically connected to their PC or docking station. A 10-foot long Cat 6 Ethernet cable is provided to each user for connecting their PC or docking station to their phone.
- Longer cables (14ft. or 25ft.) are available.
OIT will not be supporting existing headsets in use with AVAYA Phones on the new Cisco Phones.
- OIT will not be providing adapters for existing wired headsets and therefore will NOT be moving wired headsets to the new Cisco Phones during the conversion.
- Wireless headsets on AVAYA phones are not expected to work with the new Cisco Phones.
- OIT will not be providing any headsets (wired, wireless, or Bluetooth) to users.
- Existing headset users who still need or want a headset will need to procure a new headset solution that is compatible with their new Cisco phone.
Options for continued use of your headset:
- Buy an adapter to re-use their existing corded headset with their new Cisco phone. (Note: Wired headsets used with Cisco phones will no longer be supported by OIT.)
- Buy a new wired headset that is compatible with their new Cisco phone.
- Buy a Bluetooth headset that is compatible with their new Cisco phone.
- Buy a wireless headset (non-Bluetooth) that is compatible with their new Cisco phone.
- Users should contact their departmental purchasing agent to procure a compatible headset solution for their new Cisco phone from the CU Marketplace.
- Headsets for Call Center Agents: OIT will be working directly with Contact Centers to address this issue for their agents.