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Jazinga Might Have The IP PBX Right Jazinga Might Have The IP PBX RightJazinga Might Have The IP PBX Right


25 June 2009

I got a piece of hardware from UPS on Monday from a company called Jazinga. It's a Wifi-enabled router with a PBX that promises to make it possible to have a PBX up and running without an IT staff. In it's pre-release form, it's not quite like that, but with some bug fixes (and updated documentation), this could be really big.

After going through their web-based setup wizard, which took maybe 15 minutes at the most, I had defined users, extensions, and an auto-attendant. There is a lot of features in the box to explore, but I left it at that for the moment.

One feature I did play with was device provisioning. The promise is plug-and-play, and it was basically that. Aastra, Cisco, Linksys, polycomlinks, and Snom handsets are supported in this manner. Given how complex these devices are to configure by hand, having the PBX do it for you is an absolute must!

I took a Linksys SPA-941, plugged it into the Jazinga box, reset it to factory defaults, and within a few minutes, it was an assignable IP phone on my Jazinga box. I had a similar experience with a Polycom IP600 phone-after I upgraded the antique firmware to something more current.

All in all, for a pre-release product, it left a favorable impression. More exploration in the days to come.

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