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Cisco Networking Simplified, Second Edition by Paul Della Maggiora, Neil Anderson, Jim Doherty

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Chapter . VoIP over Wireless Networks

Wireless VoIP

For more than 100 years, phones were attached to a wall and connected to a switched network using copper wires. Then, in seemingly rapid-fire succession, the system went digital. Then cordless technology let us break away from the wall. Then cellular technology let us break away from homes. Then the phone system was ported to the data IP network. And now we want to move around the office with our phone the same way we do with our laptop. And we don’t just want to move around with our cell phone. We want to move around with our desk phone—the one associates and customers call us on. We wanted it, and we got it. Man, are we spoiled!

Wireless VoIP might seem like a natural extension of VoIP technology, ...

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