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From: Schouten, Chris [mailto:Chris.Schouten@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2002 6:48 AM
Subject: [802.3af] 802.3af standard or 802.af standard
I am being told by representatives of Avaya that a standard for Powering Voice Terminals over Ethernet is approved. They are also referring to a standard that is called 802.af. Is this the same thing or something different?
See also at there website : http://www1.avaya.com/enterprise/who/docs/iptelephones/techspecs.html
I’m being told by Cisco however that the current proposal for the standard was/is developed by them or in close partnership with Cisco.
Is this correct or not?
Thank you for any information concerning this topic, I would appreciate your answer a lot.
Technical ICT Manager
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