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Cisco 7811 IP Phone 1 Line Grayscale Display


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The Cisco 7811 is an entry-level Cisco IP phone, designed for affordable cubicle-level deployments across small-to-large sized operations in need of a full-featured unified communications solution that fits their budget. These one-line phones feature two switched Fast Ethernet ports for additional functionality, an easily-readable grayscale screen, as well as two-position footstands and a wallmount.

The Cisco 7811 can integrate out-of-the-box with existing Cisco call control systems, with optional patches for third-party support. Onboard XML support allows text-based apps and menus, while the phones can be easily deployed and maintained remotely through Cisco control systems.

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Cisco 7811 IP Phone 1 Line Grayscale Display.    (wallmount)



CP-7811-K9= Cisco 7811 IP Phone 1 Line Grayscale Display

The Cisco CP-7811-K9 includes:

  • Handset, base, and cords
  • Grayscale 384×106 display
  • 1 line + 1 SIP registration
  • Dual-position footstand + wallmount
  • Two RJ-45 Fast Ethernet ports with integrated IEEE switch
  • PoE Power support
  • Full duplex speakerphone
  • Text-based XML app support
  • Ergonomic design with simple menu-based usage
  • Optional wideband audio with Wideband Handset upgrade
  • Cisco EnergyWise power-saving features
  • Cisco Expressway support for remote worker use
  • Works with hosted VoIP or on-site PBX switching
  • Cisco hosted call platform support
  • Full range of telephone features, including voicemail
  • Whisper coaching support
  • One-year Cisco Warranty
  • Order Part number: CP-7811-K9=

Cisco IP phones can bring true unified communications and app support throughout your operation. Download the Cisco 7811 datasheet or for more information, just contact Hummingbird Networks.

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