Posted on Jul 24, 2016
Nortel BCM50 manual

Nortel BCM50 manual

Nortel BCM50 manualNortel BMC50 VoIP appliance offers a cost-effective voice/data convergence system with plenty of upgrade options. The device offers support for up to 20 stations (and you can upgrade it so it can support up to 40 stations), and it also features voice and unified messaging, contact centre apps, call routing, voice over IP (VoIP) and internet access. The device offers the same features found in the products built for larger enterprises but at a cheaper price thanks to integration of a simple Linux kernel. The Nortel BMC 50, depending on your preferences, can be placed on the desktop or installed on a rack shelf. The 40GB hard disk is more than enough to store the operating system and it also provides storage for around 100 hours of messages. It offers Four Ethernet ports: the first is used to isolate management, the second for LAN connections and the other two function as expansion or LAN ports. The 25-pin Amphenol connector supports up to four PSTN trunks alongside four analogue telephones, fax machines or modems, and up to 12 digital telephones. If you need more devices, two expansion units can be added. Skillsets software of the device will make sure that incoming calls are automatically routed to the most appropriate agent. This VoIP appliance is really rich with extra features so it is a good idea to always keep your Nortel BMC50 manual close by. If you have lost your manual, you can always download one here: DOWNLOAD NORTEL BMC50 MANUAL PDF