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    We are looking into setting up Asterisk, can you recommend me a supplier for SIP phones please?

    Thank you

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    We bought ours through European Electronique. We bought Grandstream GXP-2000's but I would advise you to buy more expensive handsets, such as Snom, Polycom or Aastra.

    Another good supplier is voipon.co.uk.

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    I'll check where I bought them tomorrow but I've got Linksys SPa-942's here.

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    I have all my kit from voipon.co.uk. Bought a batch of Granstream Budgetone 100s, which are ok for a budget, but I'd recommend something in the Aastra series.

    I also had a Digium TDM01B from them to tie in to our regular system which has been great, but needs the echo cancelling tweaking a bit which you can do in Asterisk.

    I run asterisk too, be interested to hear how you get on with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    We bought Grandstream GXP-2000's but I would advise you to buy more expensive handsets, such as Snom, Polycom or Aastra.
    Yep, I'd second that. I had a Grandstream IP phone at home for a while, and it wasn't the best. It was a more basic one than localzuk had, but although it worked, it had annoying foibles. Also, the AC adaptor gave up after about 6 months too which was a pain.

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    We use Voipfone, currently using the Snom 300:
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