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    Default Phones for CCNA Voice

    I found some 7902G's online for a decent price. Just wondering if these would be sufficient?
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    I would try to pick up or borrow a couple of 7940's if you can your hands on them, they seem to be the de facto standard even though they're a little out of date. If I remember right any model less than that may be missing a lot of features needed for the exam but I may be wrong. You should be able to Google or go to Cisco to see the differences between all the models. I would pick up some cheap analog phones and supporting FXS cards as well. You'll use these through your CCNA/CCNP: Voice studies and my guess is CCIE: Voice as well if you decide to go that route.
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    I would second that. 7940s are the minimum you want. You want to have some programmable buttons. The 7940s give you 2 and the 7960s give you 6. There are others like the 7941s that give you things like better resolution screens.
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