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3Com® NBX® 100 Communications System
Feature-rich, easy-to-use business telephone system for growing businesses and enterprise branch offices 

The NBX 100 communications system comprises the business telephone set and the system chassis.

Growing businesses require an affordable, flexible telecommunications platform that provides no-compromise telephony services and functionality while minimizing the day-to-day operation and maintenance headaches associated with conventional telephone systems.

The 3Com® NBX® 100 communications system—the world’s only reliable local area network (LAN)/wide area network (WAN)-based business telephone system—does exactly that. With the NBX 100 system, small to mid-sized companies and branch offices have access to feature-rich call processing, toll-quality voice communications, and all the benefits of an Ethernet LAN in a single converged network.

By combining voice and data on a single network infrastructure, the NBX 100 system eliminates the cost of installing two separate systems—one for voice and one for data. This offers greater scalability, simplifies administration, and significantly reduces overall cost of ownership. An organization can grow from 1 to 200 nodes—with up to 100 central office (CO) lines—without wholesale system replacements, and its network can expand incrementally to include remote offices, as well as remote and home-based workers.

And because the NBX 100 system supports standards-based Quality of Service (QoS), including IEEE 802.1p/Q, IP Type of Service (TOS), and IETF-defined DiffServ, organizations can prioritize and expedite both voice and data traffic on the LAN/WAN to ensure crystal clear voice communications throughout the enterprise.

An Integrated Platform
By combining voice and data services over a single Ethernet LAN infrastructure, the 3Com NBX 100 system does more than simply eliminate duplicate cabling. Companies that do not have a LAN can reap the benefits of networking, including file sharing, e-mail, print sharing, and the ability for shared Internet connection on a company wide basis.

Far-Reaching Benefits
By providing a single, voice/data LAN infrastructure, the NBX 100 system delivers a wealth of benefits far beyond traditional PBX systems. For example, unlike customers with dedicated PBX ports, NBX 100 system customers can choose the wiring, media, and network products that best meet their needs and budget. LANs can also be expanded using new technologies, such as wireless Ethernet, to connect distant buildings. NBX 100 system customers can connect new facilities to the network—even if they’re thousands of miles away.

High Availability and Reliability
The 3Com NBX 100 communications system delivers 99.99 percent reliability—that means only one minute of scheduled downtime occurs for every 1,000 operating hours. Even though the NBX 100 system shares the LAN infrastructure of switches and hubs with the data network, it operates independently of computers, servers, and network operating systems. This ensures that the phone system continues to function even with a network server failure. Because the NBX 100 system is an open, standards-based platform, it will work with any customer’s existing desktop computers, servers, and Ethernet hubs, switches, and routers.

Simple Management and Comprehensive Control
In the past, small to mid-sized businesses and branch offices of large companies were forced to settle for low-end PBX solutions to control costs, often trading features and functionality for price and reducing administrative overhead. This put them at a disadvantage in a world where companies depend on communications technologies to be more responsive to customers, improve productivity, and conduct business more efficiently with suppliers and partners. The NBX 100 system eliminates this disadvantage due in part to the following capabilities.

Ease of Administration
The 3Com NBX 100 communications system puts control of the phone system directly in the hands of administrators and users. For the system administrator, the NBX NetSet™ administration utility delivers a true breakthrough simple, system wide management. With the NetSet utility, all routine administrative functions are performed via a standard Web browser, such as Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer. With minimal training, anyone can learn how to add new users and make system wide modifications in minutes. Adding a new user is as simple as plugging in an NBX 100 business telephone and making a few menu choices. Because the NBX 100 business telephone is an intelligent device that retains its identity, users can easily change office locations—anywhere on the company network. What’s more, administration is Web-based, so administrators can make changes from any desktop system on the network, locally or remotely.

Automatic Route Selection (ARS) Minimizes Costs and Improves Efficiency
Uncontrolled telephone use can be a major expense for growing businesses. The NBX 100 system solves this problem by providing a comprehensive dial plan that lets organizations route calls based on up to 32,768 ARS parameters, thereby enabling each call to be connected via the most cost-effective line. When a user places a call, the system can determine whether that user is allowed to place such a call. If the call is allowed, the system can instantly route the call to the appropriate line—T1, local analog, or H.323 (via Voice-over-IP across a corporate WAN backbone)—by comparing the number dialed to the rules established in the dial plan.

Call Detail Reporting (CDR)
In addition to the dial plan, the NBX 100 system controls costs by allowing users to assign account codes—even to active calls—while tracking usage in CDR. For example, if a partner in a law office receives a call from a client, the partner can press a feature button and enter the client’s account number into the system for recording and billing purposes.

      Call Detail Recording (CDR) allows you to track and report on phone usage. 


Call Detail Recording (CDR) allows you to track and report on phone usage. 

Time-of-Day Service Modes
Organizations can program their NBX 100 system to respond differently at up to four different times of day. Each of these customer-defined service modes—such as Open, Closed, Lunch, and Other—can be linked to specific hours of operation. Each service mode can have its own automated attendant greeting and call routing path. Although these service modes are automated, they can be overridden manually. For example, a receptionist can press a button to put the system in Lunch mode at any time, and all callers can be routed to a secondary receptionist position.

Easy Operation for Users
The 3Com NBX 100 communications system offers users unprecedented ease of use. Preprogrammed buttons make it easy to conference, transfer, redial, and hold calls. One touch provides instant access to Voice Messaging Services, Speed Dial, and Forward to Voice Mail. These capabilities are complemented by a two-line alphanumeric display that provides additional information, including Caller ID. Users can call other in-house users by scrolling through a directory on the LCD display and pressing a soft key. Each NBX 100 business telephone also includes a built-in speakerphone with hands-free answer service, and users can customize their telephones to their individual preferences using programmable buttons.

Flexible User Connectivity
No single phone set is appropriate for every kind of user, and most companies want the ability to plug analog devices such as fax machines and speakerphone adjuncts into their voice/data networks. That’s why the NBX 100 system supports a wide range of devices in addition to the NBX 100 business telephone. Call center workers can have the hands-free comfort of using a headset and NBX pcXset PC telephone. Internal service people and in-demand supervisors have the freedom to leave their desks and still stay connected via ordinary cordless phones. Companies can save money by putting inexpensive analog phones in common areas, such as kitchens and lobbies. Customers can easily connect these and other analog devices to the NBX 100 system via the NBX Analog Adapter or Analog Terminal Card.

Free Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) Services
The 3Com NBX 100 system includes free TAPI enabling software, allowing end users to take advantage of the many benefits of CTI. The 3Com NBX 100 system supports TAPI 2.X, the Microsoft Telephony Application Programming Interface standard, which enables customers to integrate third-party CTI programs for advanced office applications, such as customer relationship management. For example, companies can take advantage of applications that will allow customer service and order entry personnel to get instant screen “pops” of customer records and history as incoming calls are received. Also, CTI allows users to make calls directly from their computer screen—via simple point and click!

The NBX 100 system supports CTI services, allowing you to dial calls from your popular desktop applications, such as Microsoft Outlook.


The NBX 100 system supports CTI services, allowing you to dial calls from your popular desktop applications, such as Microsoft Outlook.

Flexible Call Routing and Management
Whether a business operates a formal call center or an informal group of sales/service representatives, the timely and efficient management of inbound calls is key to continued success and customer satisfaction. The 3Com NBX 100 system supports these critical needs with an array of sophisticated call routing and management features.

Multiple and Multilevel Automated Attendant
When callers reach an automated attendant, they want to be able to identify and select their calling destination—for example, the customer service department—as quickly as possible. Too many menu choices can be difficult to remember and too time consuming. That’s why the NBX 100 system supports multilevel automated attendant menus. Using the NBX NetSet administration utility, organizations can create up to 20 levels of main menus and sub menus that enable callers to route themselves quickly and accurately to the individual or workgroup they want to reach.

3Com NBX 100 system customers can also customize inbound routing by creating up to 99 automated attendants. Each inbound line or DID (direct inward dialing) number can have its own custom greeting (including time-dependent greetings), main menu, and submenu selection choices. This lets organizations segregate traffic by office location, department, or division. Even two business entities sharing office staff can each have its own automated attendant.

Programmable Call Center Hunt Groups
The NBX 100 system includes support for both linear and circular hunt groups (up to 48 groups) for call center applications, such as customer service, technical support, and order entry. With linear hunting, users are organized into groups that share a common group extension. Inbound calls are always handled in the same manner, following a sequential, predefined (top down) order. In circular hunt groups, calls are handled dynamically, delivered automatically to the next available member in the group; this helps ensure that no calls are missed and all users share the call load. If no member of the group is available, the system can stack the callers in a queue or provide alternate coverage. Hunt groups are also password protected.

Calling Groups
Growing businesses often have limited administrative staff and expect employees to share the role of receptionist. With the 3Com NBX 100 communications system, such companies can create up to 48 calling groups to manage call flow—even if an automated attendant answers the telephone. For example, if callers want to speak directly to a person instead of leaving a voice mail message, they can press “O” on the automated attendant menu. This can trigger an alert to multiple individuals in a calling group to ensure that the call is answered promptly. Calling groups may also handle more than one alerting call at a time.

Proven Best-of-Breed Technology
The NBX 100 communications system is a breakthrough product that harnesses advanced 3Com technology to deliver a revolutionary voice/data solution for small- to mid-sized companies and branch offices. By combining advanced voice technology with 3Com’s global leadership in data networking solutions, the 3Com NBX 100 communications system enables growing companies to enjoy the same rich communications environment as large enterprises—without the cost—all while greatly simplifying the day-to-day operation of their communications networks.

Migration Path to Unified Infrastructure and Integrated Applications
The best products are those that satisfy today’s needs while giving customers the freedom and flexibility to integrate new applications in the future. One such technology is the converged network model, where voice and data networks are unified. Because the converged network model will offer significant cost and management benefits to growing companies, 3Com has engineered the NBX 100 system to enable the migration to converged networks. The 3Com NBX 100 communications system is a logical first step for companies looking to integrate key components of their voice and data networks today with a foundation for migrating to a single, cohesive infrastructure in the future.

Small Office/Branch Office/Telecommuter Connectivity
The 3Com NBX 100 communications system is the ideal way to provide full-featured, comprehensive business telephone services to organizations with smaller/multiple remote offices and telecommuters. The NBX 100 system eliminates the need for a dedicated PBX at each remote office. Instead, remote offices can plug their NBX 100 business phones into a 3Com router, such as the OfficeConnect® LAN Modem, and connect easily to the NBX
100 system at headquarters via a WAN. Besides reducing costs and simplifying administration, this configuration gives remote users equal access to the headquarters’ data network, telephony, and messaging services. Likewise, telecommuters can connect to headquarters via a virtual private network (VPN) for real-time telephony and voice messaging.

Headquarters and Satellite Office Connectivity
The 3Com NBX 100 communications system enables organizations with satellite offices to take advantage of low-cost, high-quality Voice-over-IP services using the 3Com NBX ConneXtions H.323 gateway application. Companies can replace costly tie-line facilities between locations and reroute intra-company telephone calls over their WAN backbone, thereby further leveraging their WAN investment. With the NBX 100 system, organizations can standardize on one business telephone system platform across all branch offices using any WAN technology, including ISDN, ATM, T1, Frame Relay, xDSL, and cable modems, as well as wireless Ethernet. The NBX 100 system also supports IGMP (IP multicasting) to deliver toll-quality audio across crowded LANs/WANs when connecting to home and branch offices across the network backbone.

NBX 100 Business Telephone

3Com NBX 100 business telephone


The 3Com NBX 100 business telephone provides a familiar, multi-line telephone set with easy-to-use, advanced features and functionality available at the push of a button. Available in charcoal gray and warm white, the NBX 100 business telephone’s standard features include: 

  Built-in speakerphone with hands-free answer services 
  Two-line display with Caller ID support 
  Preprogrammed services, including Conference, Transfer, Redial, and Hold 
  One-button access to voice messaging services (message retrieval) 
  18 programmable buttons for customization by administrators and/or users, such as speed-dial programming 
  LCD display (2 line x 16 characters) 
  LCD directory dialing via soft keys 
  One-button call coverage Forward to Voice Mail 
  Hub port for connecting a computer to the LAN 
  Speakerphone with mute button 
  Volume control buttons 


3Com NBX 100 business telephone & DSS/BLF Adjunct



Attendant Console 

The 3Com NBX 100 DSS/BLF Adjunct gives larger offices a way to manage calls for the entire organization from a central location. The attendant console comes equipped with 50 buttons and a shift key, allowing for support of 100 features/devices. Standard features include: 

  50 programmable buttons with LED 
  Two-level high/low programmable memory with shift key 
  Four additional programmable buttons useful for frequent functions, such as transfer, hold, and conference 
  Standard 10BASE-T LAN connection 

Programmable features include: 

  Direct Station Select (DSS) support 
  Busy Lamp Field (BLF) status of each extension 
  Support for both blind transfer and announced transfer 
  CO line appearances 
  Speed dials—both personal and system 
  Call park zones 
  Paging zones 

NBX pcXset PC Telephone

3Com NBX pcXset PC telephone client software




3Com NBX pcXset PC telephone client software enables a user to enjoy all the features and functionality of the NBX 100 system directly from a computer, without using a separate telephone set. Users of the pcXset telephone software place and receive calls directly from their PCs, using headphones or headsets and the computer’s mouse and keyboard. NBX pcXset software is ideally suited for call centers and informal call groups, such as sales and service. In addition to providing the same features and user interface as the NBX 100 business telephone, pcXset software enables the use of shortcut keys to speed call handling. NBX pcXset software runs on computers with Windows 95/98/NT operating systems.

NBX Analog Adapter 

NBX Analog Adapter



  Connects one analog device (such as standard or cordless phone, Group 3 fax, and external alert or bell) to the NBX 100 system 
  Includes one standard RJ-11 port 
  Includes a hub port to connect an additional Ethernet device, such as a printer, computer, or NBX set 
  Supports switch-hook transfer services 
  Includes one standard RJ-45 connection port 
  Supported by NetSet administration utility and APX call coverage 

NBX ConneXtions Gateway
NBX ConneXtions is an H.323 gateway that enables organizations with NBX 100 systems to connect via IP networks to other telephone systems equipped with H.323 gateways. By using the data network to connect multiple locations, NBX ConneXtions provides the benefits of traditional telephone tie-line and off-premise extension (OPX) circuits at a much lower cost. Unlike other H.323 gateways, NBX ConneXtions enables audio to travel throughout the LAN and across the WAN as packetized audio, thus eliminating multiple digital-to-analog conversions across the communications path. Other H.323 clients can log into the gateway to become recognized extensions of the NBX 100 system.

Advanced PowerMail eXchange (APX) Messaging
Every NBX 100 communications system includes the APX messaging system, a set of powerful software tools for call answering, routing, and messaging. In addition to conventional telephone messaging services, the APX system supports unified messaging via the IMAP4 standard. Unified messaging provides a single, universal in-box for both voice and e-mail messages, so users can better manage their work, prioritize tasks, and respond quickly to business needs. Users can access, scan, play, and save voice messages on their computers using any IMAP4-compatible e-mail client, such as Microsoft Outlook Express or Eudora. The NBX 100 system ships with four automated attendant ports and 30 minutes of voice mail storage for free. The APX system can scale up to 12 automated attendant ports and 80 hours of storage via simple software upgrades.


Using standard applications such as Microsoft’s Outlook Express, you can manage your voice mail messages just as you do your e-mail messages.




Using standard applications such as Microsoft’s Outlook Express, you can manage your voice mail messages just as you do your e-mail messages.

Automated Attendant Module
The APX Automated Attendant module is designed to answer every incoming call or serve as a backup when no one is available to answer. Callers can choose to dial by extension, name, or department. To provide the appropriate response at all hours, customers can generate a set of customized greetings and activate the appropriate one based on the time of day. The Automated Attendant module is designed to answer calls quickly and move them through the system without delay. Because it can answer as many as 12 calls simultaneously, it allows growing businesses to respond effectively to fluctuating call volumes without adding additional staff.
The module also supports both multiple and multilevel automated attendant operations, enabling users and departments to set up customized incoming call greeting and routing to suit their unique needs. Features include:

  Up to 99 automated attendant greetings per system 
  Up to 20 submenus per automated attendant 
  Up to 12 menu choices per automated attendant menu 
  Programmable automated attendant trees via NetSet utility 
  NetSet setup and testing to ensure proper configuration before implementation 

The NetSet utility makes setup and management of your multiple, multilevel automated attendant a snap!

The NetSet utility makes setup and management of your multiple, multilevel automated attendant a snap!


The NetSet utility makes setup and management of your multiple, multilevel automated attendant a snap!

Voice Messaging Module
The APX messaging module answers calls with personal greetings when a user is unavailable. Administrators can program the system to forward callers to the APX messaging system immediately or after two to eight rings.

Message Notification and Retrieval. The APX system alerts users to new messages via an LED “Message Waiting” light on the NBX 100 telephone while the phone’s built-in display tells the user the number of new messages. With the NBX 100 system, retrieving messages is as simple as pressing the “MSG” button and entering a password.

Off-Site Notification and Retrieval. When users are offsite, APX messaging can notify them of new messages via pager, telephone, or cellular phone—no matter where they are. Voice messages can be retrieved easily via any touchtone telephone.

NBX 100 system will notify you of new messages via  your pager



The NBX 100 system will notify you of new messages via alternate numbers, including your pager.

User Control. With APX messaging, each user has individual control over how calls and messages are handled. Users can set up their own mailboxes; create personal greetings; and manage new and old message folders with options to save, delete, reply, reply to all, and forward with private and/or urgent labels. Users can also address messages by name, extension, or distribution list for fast and easy messages to groups of coworkers.

NBX 100 System Chassis

NBX 100 System Chassis
NBX Network Call Processor
NBX Analog Line Card (4-port)
NBX Digital Line Card (1-port)
NBX Analog Terminal Card (4-port)
NBX 10BASE-T Hub Card (8-port) 

NBX 100 System Chassis
The NBX 100 system chassis is a compact, 6-slot unit that can be mounted in a standard 19-inch data rack or on a wall. The system chassis includes: 

  Support for LAN/WAN connectivity and built-in expansion capabilities 
  Power cord 
  The ability to daisy-chain multiple chassis together to simplify expansion 
  Universal expansion slots for easy system expansion 

NBX Network Call Processor 

  Manages all incoming and outgoing call traffic 
  Controls the built-in application suite: APX voice messaging, automated attendant system, and embedded Web server 
  Supports up to 200 lines/stations, but no more than 100 CO lines 
  Standard connectors for music on hold (MOH) and external paging 
  10BASE-T MDI-X up-link port 
  10BASE2 BNC expansion connector 
  COM port for diagnostics 
  Built-in CTI interface via TAPI 2.X 
  Call detail reporting (CDR) 
  Supports unified messaging (IMAP4) 

NBX Analog Line Card (4-port) 

  Connects up to four Loop Start PSTN telephone lines via four RJ-11 interfaces 
  Supports Caller ID services—where available and purchased separately from an RBOC (regional Bell operating company) 
  Provides a power failure cutover port 

NBX Digital Line Card (1-port) 

  Connects a T1 circuit to the NBX 100 system 
  Supports 24 DSO (T1) voice channels 
  System supports a maximum of three digital line (T1) cards 

NBX 10BASE-T Hub Card (8-port) 

  Features eight 10 Mbps shared Ethernet ports, RJ-45 interfaces 
  Includes one 10BASE2 BNC connector for daisy-chaining multiple chassis 

NBX Analog Terminal Card (4-port) 

  Connects up to four analog devices (such as standard or cordless phones, Group 3 fax, and external alert or bell inputs on external paging amplifiers) to the NBX 100 system 
  Supports voice mail, off-site notification, and hunt/calling groups 
  Includes four standard RJ-11 ports 
  Supports switch-hook transfer services 
  Supported by NetSet administration utility and APX call coverage 

NetSet Administration Utility 

NetSet Administration Utility


NetSet Administration Utility

NetSet Administration Utility


With a single interface and online documentation, the NBX 100 NetSet administration utility makes the process of managing the phone system easy and convenient for both administrators and users.

Administrative Programming
The NetSet utility guides administrators through the process of modifying system settings step by step. From a single input screen, administrators can set up a user’s extension number, class of service, APX extension, button mappings, call privileges, and CDR tracking. The NetSet utility also enables administrators to: 

  Create and change up to 99 systemwide speed dials 
  Add or modify attendant console operations, defining where calls should be answered 
  Add or modify call forwarding services to ensure that all calls are answered promptly 
  Change system parameter settings 
  Perform troubleshooting 
  Program the APX system 
  Set up hunt groups and calling groups 
  Program the automated attendant module 

User Programming
The NetSet utility allows users the freedom to modify telephone settings to their individual requirements right from their Web browser. Users can: 

  Set and change passwords 
  Assign and change one-touch speed dials 
  Create and change up to 100 personal Speed Dials 
  Create and change Busy Lamp Field services 
  Select one of nine different telephone ringer tones or “silent ring” 
  View the internal directory to find telephone extensions of other users 
  Manage new message notification services, including off-site notification to pagers and cellular phones 
  Modify call coverage destinations 
  Access user manuals online 

It’s the voice solution that keeps businesses going—and growing.
Since its introduction in 1998, the award-winning 3Com NBX 100 communications system has been recognized repeatedly as the best product in its class—by the trade press, analysts, and most importantly, 3Com customers. The NBX 100 communications system is certified as key system, hybrid system, and PBX product. The NBX 100 communications system is more than technologically superior—it’s a proven solution. Today, thousands of customers are keeping their businesses going—and growing—with the NBX 100 Communications System, making 3Com Corporation the fastest-growing PBX provider in the industry. 


Specifications
3Com® NBX® 100 Communications System 

Dimensions and Weight
6-Slot Chassis:
Height: 264.7 mm (10.5 in)
Width: 431.8 mm (17.3 in)
Depth: 225.6 mm (9 in)
Weight: 22 lb (empty) 30 lb (configured) 

Power Requirements
Chassis: Canada and U.S.: 230/115 VAC, 60/50 Hz, 2/4 A 

Power Dissipation
Chassis: 200 W (maximum)
Phone: 5 W (maximum) 

Environmental Ranges
Operating temperature: 0 to 40° (32 to 104°F)
Storage temperature: -40° to +70°C (-40 ° to +158°F)
Humidity: 5% to 85% (noncondensing) 

Configuration
Total system devices: 200 ports (maximum), but no more than 100 CO lines
Number of T1 circuits: 3 cards (maximum) 

Standards —Network Access
Analog Lines and T1 circuits: National Requirements FCC Part 68, Canada CS03 

Safety
UL/CUL 1950 3rd Edition 

Emissions
Chassis: FCC Part 15 Class A
Phone: FCC Part 15 Class B 

Ordering Information
NBX Call Processor* 


The NBX call processor is the foundation of the NBX
100 system, managing all incoming and out-going call
traffic. It is also an application server for the APX
messaging system, embedded Web server, and other
onboard and external application hosting and
connectivity. Card includes a 10BASE-T MDI-X
uplink port and one 10BASE2 BNC expansion
connector. Telephony adjunct connectors for music
on hold, paging, external alerts, plus the system hard
disk kit. 
                                                                                    3C10110
                                                                             3C10110-UK
                                                                           3C10110-EUR 


NBX Analog Line Card 

The NBX analog line card connects up to four Loop
Start PSTN telephone lines to the NBX 100 via 4 RJ-11
interfaces; includes built-in Caller ID services and
built-in power failure transfer jack. 
                                                                                       3C10114 


NBX Digital Line Card 

The NBX digital line Card connects a standard T1
circuit to the NBX 100 system. Includes an MDI-X
port for connecting to a LAN switch port to optimize
network loading. 
                                                                                       3C10116 


NBX 10BASE-T Hub Card 

The NBX 10BASE-T hub card includes eight RJ-45
ports (10 Mbps Shared Ethernet) and one 10BASE2
BNC uplink port for expansion. 
                                                                                       3C10115 


NBX Analog Terminal Card 

The NBX analog terminal card connects up to 4
tip/ring (2500 series compatible) analog devices, such
as analog phone, cordless phone, Group 3 fax
machine, speaker-phone adjunct, etc. Does not
support modems. 
                                                                                       3C10117 


NBX Chassis—APX30M/4P 

Bundle includes: 1 NBX 6-slot chassis, AC power lead
(UK:230 V), 19-inch rack mounting and/or wall
mounting kit ears, plus the APX Messaging Software
License, offering 4 attendant ports and 30 minutes of
message storage. 
                                                                                       3C10111
                                                                                3C10111-UK
                                                                               3C10111-EUR 


APX Upgrade to 4H/4P from 30M/4P 

APX Upgrade License from 30 minutes and 4 AA
ports to 4 hours and 4 AA ports. Requires access
key-code to activate. 
                                                                                       3C10137 


APX Upgrade to 20H/6P from 30M/4P 

APX Upgrade License from 30 minutes and 4 AA
ports to 20 hours and 6 AA ports. Requires access
key-code to activate. 
                                                                                       3C10134 


APX Upgrade to 80H/12P from 30M/4P 

APX Upgrade License from 30 minutes and 4 AA
ports to 80 hours and 12 AA ports. Requires access
key-code to activate. 
                                                                                       3C10135 


APX Upgrade to 20H/6P from 4H/4P 

APX Upgrade License from 4 hours and 4 AA ports
to 20 hours and 6 AA ports. Requires access
key-code to activate. 
                                                                                    3C10138 


APX Upgrade to 80H/12P from 4H/4P 

APX Upgrade License from 4 hours and 4 AA ports
to 80 hours and 12 AA ports. Requires access
key-code to activate. 
                                                                                    3C10139 


APX Upgrade to 80H/12P from 20H/6P 

APX Upgrade License from 20 hours and 6 AA ports
to 80 hours and 12 AA ports. Requires access
key-code to activate. 
                                                                                       3C10136 


NBX Business Phone (Charcoal Gray) 

Includes 18 programmable buttons, 10 dedicated
feature buttons, 2 x 16 LCD display plus 3 soft keys,
integrated 10 Mbps hub port, RJ-45 Ethernet
connector, and an external AC power adapter (UK:230
V). 
                                                                                        3C10121
                                                                                  3C10121-UK
                                                                                3C10121-EUR 


NBX Business Phone (Warm White) 

Includes 18 programmable buttons, 10 dedicated
feature buttons, 2 x 16 LCD display plus 3 soft keys,
integrated 10 Mbps hub port, RJ-45 Ethernet
connector, and an external AC power adapter (UK:
230 V). 
                                                                                      3C10122
                                                                                3C10122-UK
                                                                              3C10122-EUR 


NBX DSS/BLF Adjunct (Charcoal Gray) 

DSS/BLF receptionist display adjunct supports up to
100 functions via a dedicated BLF button with status
LED (50 buttons with high/low shift position);
connects to LAN via an RJ-45 connector; requires AC
power adapter (UK: 230 V). 
                                                                                        3C10123
                                                                                 3C10123-UK
                                                                               3C10123-EUR 


NBX DSS/BLF Adjunct (Warm White) 

DSS/BLF receptionist display adjunct supports up to
100 functions via a dedicated BLF button with status
LED (50 buttons with high/low shift position);
connects to LAN via an RJ-45 connector; requires AC
power adapter (UK: 230 V). 
                                                                                    3C10124
                                                                             


NBX Power Adapter Kit 

The powered line adapter kit enables the business
phone, or DSS/BLF Adjunct, to be powere via the
patch Category 3 or Category 5 Ethernet cable that
extends from the local LAN dropout to the device,
eliminating the need to pull both a Category 3 or
Category 5 cable and a power cable to the device. 
                                                                                      3C10125
                                                                               3C10125-UK
                                                                             3C10125-EUR 


NBX Analog Adapter 

The NBX analog adapter provides a single port to
support one tip/ring (2500 series compatible) analog
device such as analog phone, cordless phone, Group
3 fax machine, speakerphone adjunct, etc. Does not
support modems. The adapter includes one hub port
for connecting an Ethernet-enabled device to the
network, such as a computer, network printer, or NBX
telephone set. 
                                                                                        3C10120
                                                                                 3C10120-UK
                                                                               3C10120-EUR 


NBX IP Serve Site License 

The NBX IP Serve site license enables all local and
remote NBX phones and analog line card ports to
operate as “IP Phones” at Layer 3. IP addresses can
be supplied via static or DHCP addressing. (Note:
License requires one IP address per MAC address [all
devices and CO ports] in the system. Requires
key-code to activate.) 
                                                                                      3C10131 


NBX IP On-the-Fly Site License 

The NBX IP On-the-Fly site license enables all local
and remote NBX phones and analog line card ports to
operate as “IP Phones” at Layer 3 on a per-call basis,
with all LAN-based devices returning their IP
addresses to the “pool” on the NCP after completing
the call. Requires key-code to activate. 
                                                                                       3C10132 


IP On-the-Fly upgrade from IP Serve 

The IP On-the-Fly upgrade license upgrades a system
from IP Serve, enabling it to operate in IP On-the-Fly
mode. Requires key-code to activate. 
                                                                                      3C10133 


NBX ConneXtions Licenses** 

NBX ConneXtions is a software based H.323
gateway. Licenses support a varied number of
concurrent VoIP H.323 sessions depending on your
needs. Requires access key-code for activation.Runs
on a dedicated Windows NT server. 


2-Port License                                 3C10141 
4-Port License                                 3C10142 
8-Port License                                 3C10143 
16-Port License                              3C10144 


NBX pcXset Licenses*** 


PcXset User Licenses enable a varied number—or an
unlimited amount—of concurrent users to make/take
telephone calls via their PC. Requires access key-code
to activate. Runs on a Windows 95/98 or Windows
NT PC. 

3-User License                                   3C10151 
10-User License                                 3C10152 
25-User License                                 3C10153 
Unlimited Users License                 3C10154 


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