Cisco 8811 IP Phone
The Cisco 8811 IP Phone is the entry level model in the 8800 Series. It features a large 5″ high resolution, greyscale display for increased productivity as well as wideband audio for crystal clear voice communications. This IP phone supports a built-in Gigabit Ethernet switch and has PoE capabilities.
The Cisco 8811 supports five programmable line keys, which you can configure to support either multiple directory numbers or calling features such as speed dial / BLF.
The Cisco 7861 IP phone allows for use of a wired or wireless RJ9 headset, for EHS support you will require an EHS adaptor.
- 5″ backlit greyscale display
- 5 SIP accounts (5 programmable line keys)
- Integral switch IEEE 10/100
- PoE Class 1
- 5″ backlit greyscale display (800×480 pixel)
- 2x 10/100 Ethernet Switch
- PoE IEEE 802.3af Class 1 compliant (PSU available separately)
- Wideband audio (G.722)
- 5 SIP accounts (5 programmable line keys)
- Hands-free talking (speakerphone)
- Wall mountable (optional wall mount kit available)
- Two-position foot stand
- Headset support:
- Corded RJ9 connection
- Support for wireless EHS headsets (requires EHS adaptor)
- Hearing aid compatible (HAC) handset
- CP-8811 phone
- Curly cord
- Desktop stand
- Network cable
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This is an excellent IP phone from Cisco. It works well with CUCM/Call Manager deployments. It comes with the phone body, a footstand (which only can be attached one way), a handset, a handset cord, and an Ethernet cable. Note that the phone can only do SIP. It will not do SCCP or any other older protocols. It will do wideband audio codecs like G.722. The phone does have a built in SSL VPN client (think AnyConnect) that allows you to use it for remote sites like home offices. You need an ASA firewall at the other end to terminate the VPN connection, as well as a particular AnyConnect for Phone license to utilize this feature. Another reviewer lamented the fact that the phone had no power adapter. It is true that there is none included. However, PoE (Power over Ethernet) switches are very widely used for IP phone deployments, so including power adapters (which would need to be +48VDC no less) would just inflate the cost and leave most deployments with a large pile of unused power adapters. I dinged the phone one star mostly for the display, and partially because of the cost. The display, while pretty and crisp, can be difficult to read at certain angles. This is especially true if you slouch like I do. Exacerbating this is that the footstand can only be used in one position, unlike the next product line down, the 78xx series. The cost, well, it's Cisco hardware, so you're going to pay a bit of a premium.
I hate these phones from Cisco. They sound terrible. The handset slide of of or off the phone constantly. The screen backlight can either be on or off - that's it. It's either in your face or off completely. There is no brightness control. Its amazing how many companies are converting to this and using this phone when quite honestly the land line is better and the Meridian and other phones sound better. Oh, and you'll have to get a new head-set or new adapter to go with your existing headset or hands free device. Way to go Cisco.
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- 16 SIP accounts
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