Galaxy Mini - Supported Phones and Devices

The E-MetroTel Galaxy Mini platform is an all-in-one telephony platform that can support FXO and FXS interface modules to suit a wide variety of small business configurations.  Because the Galaxy Mini runs standard E-MetroTel UCx software, it is capable of supporting the full breadth of telephony devices as other E-MetroTel hardware models.  However, on the Galaxy Mini some of those telephony devices - specifically E-MetroTel Infinity 5000 series IP (XStim) phones and legacy Nortel/Avaya digital phones - do not require licenses in order for them to be used.  Using other telephony devices such as SIP phones and Nortel/Avaya IP (Unistim) phones can be configured, but require additional licensing before they can be used.

Telephony Devices NOT Requiring Licenses

The follow devices are able to be configured and used (up to the maximum 32 stations) without the installation of any licenses on the Galaxy Mini:

Supported E-MetroTel IP (XStim) Phones

Infinity 5000 (XStim) Series

  • Infinity 5006 Gigabit IP Color Phone
  • Infinity 5010 Gigabit Color IP Phone
  • Infinity 5046 Color IP Phone Expansion Module

 

Supported Nortel BCM/Norstar Digital Phones

The Galaxy Mini supports the following Nortel digital phones when connected to the Galaxy Mini through a E-MetroTel Digital Station Module or a Digital Gateway:

Norstar M7000 Series

  • M7100
  • M7208
  • M7310
  • M7324

Norstar T7000 Series

  • T7000
  • T7100
  • T7208
  • T7316
  • T7406
  • T7406E

Other Devices

  • ATA2 (Analog Terminal Adapter)
  • Norstar Audio Conferencing Unit
  • Analog Telephones when connected to either the internal Galaxy Mini FXS modules (1 or 4 port versions) or to FXS ports on the E-MetroTel Digital Gateway. 

Supported Nortel Digital Expansion Modules

UCx supports the following Nortel digital expansion modules:

T Series

  • T24 KIM (Key Indicator Module)

M Series

  • M7324 CAP (Central Answering Position)
  • M7310 BLF (Busy Lamp Field)

 

Telephony Devices REQUIRING Licenses

As the Galaxy Mini runs standard UCx call processing software, Nortel IP (Unistim) and Third Party phones can be configured on the system, but require a Universal Extension License prior to being able to be used.

The addition of one or more Universal Extension License(s) does not extend the number of supported telephony devices on the Galaxy Mini beyond 32. It simply allows one or more (up to the number of licenses installed) non E-MetroTel IP set (Nortel Avaya Unistim or 3rd Party SIP) to be used and counted against the 32 station limit.

Supported Nortel IP Phones

Galaxy Mini supports the following Nortel IP phones:

i20xx Series

  • i2001
  • i2002
  • i2004
  • i2007

11xx Series

  • 1110E
  • 1120E
  • 1140E
  • 1150E
  • 1165

12xx Series

  • 1210
  • 1220
  • 1230

Other

  • 2033 (Volume control supported only on UCX systems with software Release 5.0 and higher)

Soft Phones

  • i2050
  • i2050 MVC

Supported Nortel IP Expansion Modules

UCx supports the following Nortel IP accessory expansion modules:

i200x Series

  • KEM (24 Key Expansion Module) 

11xx Series

  • KEM (18 Key Expansion Module)

12xx Series

  • KEM (12 Key Expansion Module)

Supported SIP Phones

UCx in general will work with any SIP phone or SIP soft phone using standard call features. The following are specific SIP phones supported by E-MetroTel:

E-MetroTel

  • Infinity 5006
  • Infinity 5010
  • Infinity 5046 expansion module
  • UC2050s (Mobile SIP client for Android)

Third Party Phones

E-MetroTel will provide support for the following third party open standard SIP phones, as long as the phones are on the firmware versions that support SIP open standards and the phones have been configured as per the manufacturer's programming instructions.

 

  • Cisco
  • Polycom
  • Snom
  • Vtech
WARNING: E-MetroTel has been successful in creating interoperability with many of the phones from the above manufacturers using our open SIP Standards implementation. E-MetroTel is not responsible for maintaining interoperability support should these manufacturers modify the behavior of their SIP implementation.