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Using a Polycom SIP Phone on Cisco UCM 7 cluster?

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I have Cisco 7945G phones on a UCM 7.  They use SCCP for control.  I have a few Polycom IP650 phones.  What would I need to configure to be able to use one of them on the cluster?  Or is it feasible at all?  

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Yes it is. UCM sees them as third party sip phones. Here is a guide about it:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-13174

Hope that helps, if not let me know.
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Great - looking forward to trying this out!
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