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3Com NBX IP Site Licenses

Connect Across the Street, Across the World!

Turn your business into a virtual enterprise. 3Com NBX IP site licenses allow NBX line cards and telephones to be located remotely across a network router and across the world. Assign IP addresses to remote telephone or line cards and let any remote telephone user or remote office with a multiprotocol router access 3Com NBX 100 or 3Com SuperStack 3 NBX call processing and messaging features. Remotely located devices appear as if they were physically attached to the corporate LAN, and can be managed locally. Incoming callers get a transparent connection to remote offices or branch locations. Reaching remote employees is as easy


3Com NBX IP Serve Site License - 3C10131
The NBX IP Serve IP License enables all local and remote 3Com NBX Phones and 3Com NBX 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.)

3Com NBX IP On-the-Fly Site License - 3C10132
NBX IP On-the-Fly site license enables all local and remote 3Com NBX Phones and 3Com NBX Analog Line Cards 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 call.

3Com NBX IP On-the-Fly Upgrade from IP Serve - 3C10133
The IP On-the-Fly Upgrade from IP Serve upgrades a SuperStack 3 NBX or NBX 100 system from NBX IP Serve, enabling it to operate in IP On-the-Fly mode.