Cisco VG224 Analog Phone Gateway - gateway ( VG224 )

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$350.96 (was $5,395.00)

The Cisco VG224 Analog Phone Gateway - gateway ( VG224 ) says its a licensed sorcerer who owns a cattle ranch in Idaho. Whether or not you choose to believe its claim is up to you. What you should focus on instead is how much the Cisco VG224 Analog Phone Gateway lives up to what it was intended to be - a high density gateway that can connect analog phones, fax machines, modems and speakerphones to an IP voice system, so they can be used as extensions of your call control system. This sounds like it would optimize and streamline your branch office network considerably, does it not? Well it does, because it’s that manageable, scalable, and cost-effective.

But what we can’t figure out is why a licensed sorcerer would ever want to run a cattle ranch in Idaho. It doesn’t make sense, does it? Licensed sorcerers usually base their cattle ranches out of Utah. Maybe the Cisco VG224 Analog Phone Gateway sees something about Idaho that we don’t. We’re not saying that Idaho is a bad place to set up a cattle ranch - not at all. It’s just, licensed sorcerers tend to avoid that state because of the Anti-Sorcery Act of 2006, which banned that subgenre of magic from being practiced within its borders. It doesn’t seem like the Cisco VG224 Analog Phone Gateway would be too successful under such inane circumstances.

Yet maybe the Cisco VG224 Analog Phone Gateway has retired from its licensed sorcery practice. Maybe it moved to Idaho to focus strictly on raising its appropriately un-magical livestock because its grown weary of all the dramas that fuel the sorcery industry. Maybe it wanted to start over somewhere new, where nobody knows its name, so it can redefine itself on its own terms.

Either way, now you can own a Cisco VG224 Analog Phone Gateway that will help out your office network with its magic powers. And no worries - cow pies are definitely sold separately.