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gigE vs. F/E?

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gigE vs. F/E?

Hello,

 

I was planning on getting an alcatel 6450 switch and some VVX411 phones.   They said the phones wouldn't work because the switch was not gigE?

 

I'm not sure what they mean - http://enterprise.alcatel-lucent.com/assets/documents/OmniSwitch_6450_24-48_datasheet_EN.pdf

 

 

If someone could clarify I'd appreciate it.

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Re: gigE vs. F/E?

Hello boe,

welcome to the Polycom Community.

The VVX 411 supports  IEEE802.3 so any Gigabit switch is fine. If you only connect a 100MBit we will works with 100FD


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Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services

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