Cisco SPA504G 4 Line VoIP Phone with PoE
The Cisco SPA504g is a 4 line VoIP phone which features a large backlit LCD, 2 switched 10/100 ports, and Cisco HD Voice. Supporting either SIP or SPCP, the Cisco SPA504G is the perfect IP phone for hosted VoIP or premise based IP PBX systems.
Cisco SPA504G Overview:The Cisco SPA504G supports LDAPv3 Corporate Directory Search, Cisco XML-based Corporate Directory and features a customizable logo and screensaver. SIP 3rd party call control for server based applications and Cisco XML API support for advanced applications is also available. The Cisco SPA504G supports for the standard SIP2.0 protocol, as well as Cisco's proprietary SPCP (Smart Phone Control Protocol), a derivative of Cisco's SCCP (Skinny) call control protocol which is used on the Cisco UC500 platform. The Cisco SPA504G is part of the Cisco Small Business Pro product family of Cisco phones.
Cisco SPA504G Features & Functions:
- 4-Line Phone
- Dual switched ethernet ports
- IEEE 802.3af PoE (Power Over Ethernet)
- Supports SIP or SPCP protocol
- G.729 and G.722 Wideband Audio Support
- Menu driven user interface
- Web based GUI, remote provisioning
- IP dialing support
- Hi Res LCD Display
- 2.5mm stereo headset connector
- AUX port (SPA932 or SPA500S attendant console is supported)
- High quality audio handset
- Full duplex hands free speakerphone
- Hearing aid compatability (HAC)
- Support calls between TTY's
- Works well with GN Netcom, Jabra and Plantronics wired headsets
- Optional PA100 Power Adapter and MB100 Wall Mount Adapter
- Much more....
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- # of Lines
- High Definition
- Backlit Display
- Color Display
- Touchscreen Display
- Protocols Supported
- SIP, SPCP
- # of Ethernet Ports
- PoE (IEEE 802.3af), Power Supply Available Separately
- Headset Interface
- EHS Support
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Why Pay $99.99 for the Cisco SPA504G?
4 Line Phone with Hi-Res Backlit LCD Display
SIP and SPCP (Cisco C500) Protocol Support, G.722 Wide Band Audio
Dual Ethernet, 802.3af PoE
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I've installed over 100 of these phones. I purchased them all here from VOIP supply. Out all these that I deployed I haven't had to replace one. They have been running for over a year now. I've had zero sound issues. I agree with the last reviewer abbreviations are very common on phones these days. If you want a feature rich solid phone with the Cisco name that is easy to deploy then look no further.
real world use
I sell these day in and day out, with 3cx. They are rock solid, easy to configure, and take a beating. if you can't understand xfer = Transfer, bxfer = Blind Transfer (no one needs to answer), and dnd = do no disturd, then you probally should not be looking at a VoIP system. Go find a Nortel or Avaya and use that instead.
Incredibly hard to use
Quality of the sound in receiver is awfull - always gives a feedback of my voice, so it sounds like I am talking to myself.
All its functions are hard to understand due to abbreviations. Even the simple call forward is like a mission impossible... You would not be able to figure it out by yourself without a manual...