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Cisco Phones

Cisco began developing IP communications in 1997, and have been in the business longer than any other vendor. With Cisco phones, easily interact with coworkers, partners, vendors and customers through high-quality voice communications.

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About Cisco Phones

Cisco VoIP phones enable individuals, virtual workgroups and teams to collaborate with ease, facilitating better team interactions. Information can be shared easily with Cisco IP solutions.

Cisco phone system platforms are a popular choice for many users, including: Cisco Call Manager, Call Manager Express, UC500, and UC300 series phone systems. Using the SIP protocol, Cisco phones are also an excellent choice for Asterisk, Trixbox, Switchvox and other open source phone system platforms.

Cisco Phones Buyer's Guides

Guide to Cisco's cutting-edge IP solutions. Includes VoIP business desk phones, conference phones, and additional accessories and add-ons.

Cisco Phone Buyer's Guide

Buyers Guide

Tech Tips

Tips for adding phones to the Cisco Call Manager.

Choose either auto-registration or manual registration.

Proceed carefully and follow instructions to avoid future problems.

Problems with registering the IP phone with Cisco Call Manager.

Improper registration can cause the Call Manager to switch between a registered and unregistered mode.

Make sure that phone is compatible and that the correct MAC address is used.

Test the phone by disabling the DHCP and DNS.

Most hardware failures are actually a result of dirty equipment.

To clean the IP phone, you may need to disassemble the device. Unplug and disconnect the phone before you do so.

Canned air or a keyboard cleaner/blower can remove dust particles.

Jammed buttons can be fixed by rapidly pressing them. Try a quick-drying solvent to loosen the buttons, if need be.

Positioning the IP phone incorrectly can result in hardware difficulties.

Place the IP phone on a firm, level surface, just as it is described in the manual. Otherwise, the phone may not lay on the hook correctly.

Five Reasons to Choose Cisco Phones

  1. Cisco phones' enhanced communication technology improves collaboration.
  2. More than 85% of Fortune 500 companies use Cisco IP phones.
  3. Investment return; by making the switch to IP phones.
  4. A full range of available accessories to customize your experience.
  5. IP Phone Warehouse offers support for all Cisco products.

Popular Cisco Phones Features

  • Multi-protocol support.
  • Reliable build.
  • Advanced speakerphones.
  • Large displays.

Cisco SPA Phone Comparison

The following chart displays all current models of Cisco SPA phones by model, line appearance, lines, ports, voice fidelity, display, Power over Ethernet (PoE) capability, expansion, and if the phone supports video.

Image
Model
Lines
Ethernet Ports
HD Voice
Display
PoE
Protocol
Expandable
Video
Cisco SPA301 Cisco SPA301 1 1 x 10/100 Yes None Yes SIP No No
Cisco SPA303 Cisco SPA303 3 2 x 10/100 Yes 128 x 64 Pixel Yes SIP No No
Cisco SPA501G Cisco SPA501G 8 2 x 10/100 Yes None Yes SIP Yes1 No
Cisco SPA502 Cisco SPA502 1 2 x 10/100 Yes 128 x 64 Pixel Yes SIP Yes1 No
Cisco SPA504G Cisco SPA504G 4 2 x 10/100 Yes 128 x 64 Pixel Yes SIP Yes1 No
Cisco SPA508G Cisco SPA508G 8 2 x 10/100 Yes 128 x 64 Pixel Yes SIP Yes1 No
Cisco SPA509G Cisco SPA509G 12 2 x 10/100 Yes 128 x 64 Pixel Yes SIP Yes1 No
Cisco SPA512G Cisco SPA512G 1 2 x 10/100/1000 Yes 128 x 64 Pixel Yes SIP Yes1 No
Cisco SPA514G Cisco SPA514G 4 2 x 10/100/1000 Yes 144 x 128 Pixel Yes SIP Yes1 No
Cisco SPA525G2 Cisco SPA525G2 5 2 x 10/100, WiFi Yes 3.2", 320 x 240 Pixel Color LCD Yes SIP Yes1 No

1 The Cisco SPA500S is a paper display attendant console.
The Cisco SPA500DS is a digital screen attendant console.

Cisco 6900 Phone Comparison

The following chart displays all current models of Cisco 6900 phones by model, line appearance, lines, ports, voice fidelity, display, Power over Ethernet (PoE) capability, expansion, and if the phone supports video.

Image
Model
Lines
Ethernet Ports
HD Voice
Display
PoE
Protocol
Expandable
Video
Cisco 6901 Cisco 6901 1 1 x 10/100 No None Yes SCCP, SIP1 No No
Cisco 6911 Cisco 6911 1 2 x 10/100 No None Yes SCCP, SIP1 No No
Cisco 6921 Cisco 6921 2 2 x 10/100 No 396 x 81 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 No No
Cisco 6941 Cisco 6941 4 2 x 10/100 No 396 x 162 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 No No
Cisco 6945 Cisco 6945 4 2 x 10/100/1000 Yes 396x162 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 No No
Cisco 6961 Cisco 6961 12 2 x 10/100 No 396 x 81 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 No No

1 The Cisco 6900 Series Phones ship by default with the SCCP protocol, to install the SIP protocol you will need to have an active Cisco SMARTnet contract for the device.

Cisco 7800 Phone Comparison

The following chart displays all current models of Cisco 7800 phones by model, line appearance, lines, ports, voice fidelity, display, Power over Ethernet (PoE) capability, expansion, and if the phone supports video.

Image
Model
Lines
Ethernet Ports
HD Voice
Display
PoE
Protocol
Expandable
Video
Cisco 7811 Cisco 7811 1 1 x 10/100 Yes1 384 x 106 Pixel Yes SIP No No
Cisco 7821 Cisco 7821 2 2 x 10/100 Yes 3.5" 396 x 162 Pixel Yes SIP No No
Cisco 7841 Cisco 7841 4 2 x 10/100/1000 Yes 3.5" 396 x 162 Pixel Yes SIP No No
Cisco 7861 Cisco 7861 16 2 x 10/100 Yes 3.5" 396 x 162 Pixel Yes SIP No No

1 The Cisco 7811 offers wideband audio with purchase of an optional wideband handset.

Cisco 7900 Phone Comparison

The following chart displays all current models of Cisco 7900 phones by model, line appearance, lines, ports, voice fidelity, display, Power over Ethernet (PoE) capability, expansion, and if the phone supports video.

Image
Model
Lines
Ethernet Ports
HD Voice
Display
PoE
Protocol
Expandable
Video
Cisco 7911 Cisco 7911 1 2 x 10/100 No 192 x 64 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 No No
Cisco 7931 Cisco 7931 3 2 x 10/100 No 192 x 64 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 No No
Cisco 7940 Cisco 7940 2 2 x 10/100 No 320 x 222 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 No No
Cisco 7941 Cisco 7941 2 2 x 10/100 No 320 x 222 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 No No
Cisco 7941G-GE Cisco 7941G-GE 2 2 x 10/100/1000 No 320 x 222 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 No No
Cisco 7942 Cisco 7942 2 2 x 10/100 Yes 320 x 222 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 No No
Cisco 7945 Cisco 7945 2 2 x 10/100/1000 Yes 5" Color TFT, 320 x 240 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 No No
Cisco 7960 Cisco 7960 6 2 x 10/100 No 320 x 222 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 Yes2 No
Cisco 7961 Cisco 7961 6 2 x 10/100 No 320 x 222 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 Yes2 No
Cisco 7961G-GE Cisco 7961G-GE 6 2 x 10/100/1000 No 320 x 222 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 Yes2 No
Cisco 7962 Cisco 7962 6 2 x 10/100 Yes 320 x 222 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 Yes2 No
Cisco 7965 Cisco 7965 6 2 x 10/100/1000 Yes 5" Color TFT, 320 x 240 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 Yes2 No
Cisco 7970 Cisco 7970 8 2 x 10/100 No 320 x 234 Pixel Color Yes SCCP, SIP1 Yes2 No
Cisco 7975 Cisco 7975 8 2 x 10/100/1000 Yes 5.6" TFT Touchscreen, 320 x 240 Pixel Yes SCCP, SIP1 Yes2 No

1 The Cisco 7900 Series Phones ship by default with the SCCP protocol, to install the SIP protocol you will need to have an active Cisco SMARTnet contract for the device.

2 The Cisco 7916 Attendant Console is compatible with the Cisco 7962, 7965, and 7975 phones. The Cisco 7915 Attendant Console is compatible with the Cisco 7962, 7965, and 7975 phones. The discontuned Cisco 7914 Attendant Console is compatible with the Cisco 7960, 7961, 7970, and 7971 phones.

Cisco 8800 Phone Comparison

The following chart displays all current models of Cisco 8800 phones by model, line appearance, lines, ports, voice fidelity, display, Power over Ethernet (PoE) capability, expansion, and if the phone supports video.

Image
Model
Lines
Ethernet Ports
HD Voice
Display
PoE
Protocol
Expandable
Video
Cisco 8811 Cisco 8811 5 2 x 10/100/1000 Yes 5" Greyscale, 800 x 480 Pixel Yes SIP No No
Cisco 8841 Cisco 8841 5 2 x 10/100/1000 Yes 5" 24-bit Color, 800 x 480 Pixel Yes SIP No No
Cisco 8851 Cisco 8851 5 2 x 10/100/1000 Yes 5" 24-bit Color, 800 x 480 Pixel Yes SIP Yes1 No
Cisco 8861 Cisco 8861 5 2 x 10/100/1000, WiFi Yes 5" 24-bit Color, 800 x 480 Pixel Yes SIP Yes1 No

1 The Cisco 8851 and 8861 phones use the Cisco 8800 Attendant Console.

Cisco 8900 Phone Comparison

The following chart displays all current models of Cisco 8900 phones by model, line appearance, lines, ports, voice fidelity, display, Power over Ethernet (PoE) capability, expansion, and if the phone supports video.

Image
Model
Lines
Ethernet Ports
HD Voice
Display
PoE
Protocol
Expandable
Video
Cisco 8941 Cisco 8941 4 2 x 10/100 Yes 5" TFT Color Yes SCCP, SIP1 No Yes, VGA 30fps, 640x480
Cisco 8945 Cisco 8945 4 2 x 10/100/1000 Yes 5" TFT Color Yes SCCP, SIP1 No Yes, VGA 30fps, 640x480
Cisco 8961 Cisco 8961 6 2 x 10/100/1000 Yes 5" TFT Color Yes SCCP, SIP1 Yes2 No

1 The Cisco 8900 Series Phones ship by default with the SCCP protocol, to install the SIP protocol you will need to have an active Cisco SMARTnet contract for the device.

2 The Cisco CKEM Attendant Console is compatible with the Cisco 8961 phone.

Helpful Cisco Phone Links:

The following links will help you gather information regarding Cisco Phones and their use. If you have any further questions please contact us (Link to contact us page) or call one of our Certified Cisco Sales Experts at 888-201-9056.

Why Buy Cisco Phones

Cisco has been a leader in VoIP phones and telephony since the late 1990s. With their almost two decades of experience in the VoIP telephony arena Cisco phones are known for:.

  • Ease of deployment - easy web based interfaces make configurations changes and setup simple.
  • Easy mass provisioning - service providers and businesses alike often take advantage of the easy mass provisioning options and industry open standard compatibility found on current models of Cisco phones.
  • PoE, SIP, Bluetooth, and WiFi support - Cisco phones support a wide array of features making them some of the most versatile VoIP phones on the market. The Cisco SPA series phones also have BroadSoft certification making them a popular choice for hosted VoIP providers.
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