3rd Party Telephony Integration


The Q-SYS setup guides for 3rd party telephony systems and devices is provided as a starting point for your configuration. Due to the nature of phone systems and related protocols (SIP, SDP, DTMF etc …) always apply extra time checking documents from the phone system manufacturer to understand if they support standard 3rd party SIP phones such as Q-SYS softphone.

CallManager 8.x Setup for Q-SYS
Important note: QSC Softphone requires SIP V2 early offer for proper functionality
(Setup Guide PDF)

CUCM10.5 Call Manager
Important note: QSC Softphone requires SIP V2 early offer for proper functionality
(Setup Guide PDF)

SPA232D FXO Gateway (Setup Guide PDF)

CallManager 8.x Setup for Q-SYS
Important note: QSC Softphone requires SIP V2 early offer for proper functionality
(Setup Guide PDF)

CUCM10.5 Call Manager
Important note: QSC Softphone requires SIP V2 early offer for proper functionality
(Setup Guide PDF)

SPA232D FXO Gateway (Setup Guide PDF)

CallManager 8.x Setup for Q-SYS
Important note: QSC Softphone requires SIP V2 early offer for proper functionality
(Setup Guide PDF)

CUCM10.5 Call Manager
Important note: QSC Softphone requires SIP V2 early offer for proper functionality
(Setup Guide PDF)

SPA232D FXO Gateway (Setup Guide PDF)

CallManager 8.x Setup for Q-SYS
Important note: QSC Softphone requires SIP V2 early offer for proper functionality
(Setup Guide PDF)

CUCM10.5 Call Manager
Important note: QSC Softphone requires SIP V2 early offer for proper functionality
(Setup Guide PDF)

SPA232D FXO Gateway (Setup Guide PDF)

Patton (Setup Guide PDF)
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Smartnode Config Builder

  • SN4112

  • SN4114

Patton (Setup Guide PDF)
(
Smartnode Config Builder

  • SN4112

  • SN4114

Patton (Setup Guide PDF)
(
Smartnode Config Builder

  • SN4112

  • SN4114

Patton (Setup Guide PDF)
(
Smartnode Config Builder

  • SN4112

  • SN4114

These lists are dynamic; as network vendors continue to develop new equipment, QSC continues to test additional switches and add them to their respective lists; check back for additions and updates. QSC tests the switches with one Q-SYS Core and one switch. In complex networks, even a qualified switch may cause connectivity issues if it is configured incorrectly. The Network section of the table of contents in the Q-SYS Help file provides details on switch setup, configuration, and network performance requirements. Our experience is that a Q-SYS system deployed on a network that meets all these requirements will function properly.

For further details about the following switches, see their manufacturers' web sites.