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AT&T Syn248 SB35010 Multi-Line Analog Gateway Syn248 by AT&T Business Telephones

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  • Fullfeaturedwithbuilt-in-keysystemandPBXfunctionality
  • 4 Analog Lines per Gateway (Maximum 2 per system)
  • Supports Custom On-Hold Message Recording
  • Built-in Auto Attendant

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AT&T SB35010
Analog Gateway (4 Line)
Includes Two Year Warranty

Do-it-yourself solution delivers the traditional phone system functionality plus industry-leading features to stay ahead. A natural next step for small businesses that want to become more professional. Convenient and familiar call handling, plug-and-talk solution that offers the power to improve your business and simplify your communications now!

Reliable and trusted AT&T-branded business phone system
2-Year Warranty and Advance Replacement Program
True plug-and-talk technology for today's ""need-it-now"" culture
User friendly, intuitive Desksets with large backlit display & context sensitive help
Small footprint - 1u, rack mountable
Dual Ethernet ports on phones = no extra cabling
Integrates with existing network = no special wiring
No hassles, no headaches, no heavy equipment
Simple to install, simple to use, simple to manage

SB35010 Features:

  • Full featured with built-in-key system and PBX functionality
  • 4 Analog Lines per Gateway (Maximum 2 per system)
  • Supports Custom On-Hold Message Recording
  • Built-in Auto Attendant dial by name, day/night mode
  • Built-in Voice Mail - 30 Min Per Extension
  • Web Based Customization and Administration
  • Rack-Mountable
  • Supports Automatic IP Address Assignment
  • Ethernet Port and 1 Power Failure Connection (FXS)
  • 4 Analog Lines per Gateway (Maximum 2 per system)
  • Supports Custom On-Hold Message Recording
  • Built-in Auto-Attendant (up to 4) with Dial-by-name and Day/Night Modes
  • Built-in Voice Mail-30 Min Extension, with Message Waiting , PoE , AC or DC Powered
  • Call Forward, Hold, Transfer, 3-Party Conference, Call Waiting, Call Log, Caller ID, DND, Redial
  • Web Based Customization and Administration

* Requires AT&T Syn248 Deskset - SB35020 to operate

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    • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
    • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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    • John K.
    • 3/10/2016 1:24:23 AM
    • Ownership: more than 1 year
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    3 out of 5 eggsSomewhat clunky, somewhat amazing.

    Pros: Easy to set up, a little complex to use. Not too expensive. A small VOIP PBX that's cheap. It's easier to set up than Asterisk, by a lot. It's easier to set up than an Avaya.

    Cons: It doesn't have web-based "operator switchboard" software.

    Other Thoughts: If you have an office that needs a few phones, and you don't have existing telephone wiring, this is a nice little add-on that adds telephones to your LAN. It's a VOIP PBX that uses regular analog phone lines as the outgoing lines. It supports up to four external lines, and something like 12 internal stations. Your call capacity is limited to the number of external lines. It comes with a simple voicemail system.

    I think the basic use case is an office with an assistant to take calls. If the assistant is gone, it can forward the call to the office. Another common use case is an office intercom system that can hail everyone at once. Yet another use case is an office split across multiple suites that needs a single phone system.

    The final use case, and to me the most important, is that you don't want business calls going over personal cell phones. All those calls are then potentially either subject to subpoena, or, conversely, you might not be able to get at them in a lawsuit. If you use this PBX, you run calls over POTS and that seems to confer more privacy rights. Also, the logging and accounting features are minimal, so during legal discovery, there's less to analyze, and thus, lower legal costs for you.

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