On Tue, Jan 4, 2011 at 8:52 AM, Andy Graybeal
<andy.grayb...@casanueva.com> wrote:
> On 01/03/2011 07:53 PM, cjwstudios wrote:
>> Andy,
>> The 501 and 320 are EOL.  I'd go for the IP335 and a 2626-PWR, since the
>> 2626 can support vlans you can isolate data and voice.  Make sure to
>> spec a UPS on the PoE switch.
> CJW,
> Awesome.  Thanks for the input.  For some reason or another I figured EOL
> wasn't such a bad thing as I could pick up the phones for cheap on ebay or
> something; but maybe this isn't the best of plans.
> The IP335 is on average about $10 more than the 501 or 320 new anyway.
> I thought that the 2610-24/12-PWR had the ability for VLAN as well? Not that
> it matters, it looks like I can get the 2626-PWR for under $600, and that
> fills out POE to all the ports.
> Is it possible that I can run one cable to the phone, then run a cable from
> the phone to a computer or another device and have those the phone and
> computer or other device be on separate networks?
> I'm sorry if this sounds newbish; I'm still learning.

The Polycom 321 has not been EOL'd and supports VLAN.  It is, however,
lacking a 2nd ethernet port if you were to go that route.


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