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IS&T currently offers desk phones (Polycom SoundPoint IP 430, 550, and 650) and conference phones (Polycom SoundStation IP 4000, 6000, and 7000). If you participated in the VoIP Pilot Program, you might have a Polycom SoundPoint 601, which has been discontinued.
To identify your phone's model, look for a sticker on the back with a MODEL: make and number (e.g., MODEL: SoundPointIP 550 SIP). If you can't find the sticker, compare your phone to the images below to identify your model.
430: Two line keys to the right of the display and four soft keys below
650: Six line keys to the left of the display and four soft keys below. May have Expansion Module attached on right.Note: If there is not a metal strip below the display or if your speaker is shaped like the 430's, then you have the 601 model instead.
550: Four line keys to the left of the display and four soft keys below.
Expansion Module (Side Car): May be attached to 650 or 601 desk phones
601: Six line keys to the left of the display and four soft keys below. May have Expansion Module attached on right. This model was distributed during the VoIP Pilot Program and has since been discontinued.
Note: If there is a silver metal strip below the display, you have the 650 model.
Polycom SoundStation IP 4000 and 6000: Speaker phone found in conference rooms
Note: Some MIT conference room phones are very similar in appearance to the model shown but are actually analog phones, not VoIP. The Polycom SoundStation IP phones have their model number written in white on the top of the phone. If your conference phone doesn't have this mark, it might be the analog model, the Polycom SoundStation2.
Polycom SoundStation IP 7000: Speaker phone found in larger conference rooms.