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  • What’s the best way for me to make the switch to VoIP in a small office?

    I'm looking to move away from the landline in our small office and port the number to a VoIP, Internet-only phone service. I'd like to have just one number and be able to call a few different extensions around the house. Would a few of the Cisco 7960G Unified IP Phones do the job? What else would I...

    ITKE434,705 pointsBadges:
  • How to create a VoIP software and VoIP server

    I want to how to create a VoIP software and VoIP server. And I want to know that how a VoIP server works? Can we call from a computer to mobile phones to any part of that world to that VoIP software? If okay, what are the procedures for that? I want to know more details about that. Can anyone help...

    Diil15 pointsBadges:
  • UC solutions: Show and tell

    As Tony Bradley frequently emphasizes on his blog Unified Communications: Click to Talk, there are many benefits, cost and otherwise, to implementing UC solutions within your organization. I want to know -- are you using UC? What product(s)? How has your experience been, and why did you make the...

    JennyMack4,280 pointsBadges:
  • DSL service to 2811 router

    Can a DSL service provide voice to Cisco 7961 phones through a 2811 router?

    DGJ5 pointsBadges:
  • What equipment would you recommend for VoIP termination for cellular networks?

    I live in a "developing" nation and there is a good market for VoIP termination to the local cellular networks. I have dedicated bandwidth (frame relay) to bring traffic in, a couple of Quintum AX4800 Tenor-S gateways with patch boards, but need to acquire some good GSM channel banks to complete...

    Unified Communications ATE2,280 pointsBadges:
  • FreePBX in the Cloud

    Has anybody installed FreePBX in the cloud or on a remote shared hosting server?

    Bestchoiceholidays5 pointsBadges:
  • VoIP voice quality differences

    I am trying to commission a network of Cisco Call Manager Express systems with (mainly) Cisco 521 phones connected to a private IP network for a corporate client. Prior to the "proper" solution being introduced a temporary solution using Asterisk with Grandstream GX-2000 phones was installed to...

    Vendome15 pointsBadges:
  • VOIP over leased line

    Can we run Voip over leased line instead of PRI

    Ekansh400 pointsBadges:
  • VoIP Software necessary to build our own

    Dear Sir , We want to run VOIP service software  business like smart voip , net4india, etc .. So in order to do this business what are the software and tools we need to develop by our own . please guide us regards ksr

    Ksr1234320 pointsBadges:
  • How to set up a VoIP switch network

    I am presently terminating voip traffic through another company to an African country. Can someone please advise as to what hardware,software and bandwidth etc I would need to set up my own voip switch in order to terminate 1-10 million minutes a month. Cheers Zee

    Zee135 pointsBadges:
  • Equipments needed for VoiP Business??

    Hello,  My name is Adam, I am interested in building a business that would allow customers to make an unlimited international calling to a chosen country (cellphones and landlines)..   Basically, I want to provide an unlimited calling to certain countries with a monthly flat fee.  customers...

    Shoreseattle5 pointsBadges:
  • Call Manager Overhead Paging using a 2610 Router

    Hi all, I need help to config a speedial number to dial a 2610 router I have setup for E/M signalling for overhead paging. Thanks

    Cisco56235 pointsBadges:
  • I’m searching for a large scale SIP based analog/IP convertor

    We are deploying a large scale VoIP system (+/- 5000 phones), based on Asterisk and SIP. In some of our warehouses we want to keep using the existing analog phones. We have 2 options (that we know of) to connect these analog phones to our VoIP system: 1) Linksys SPA2102 analog/IP convertor...

    Johan Leroy5 pointsBadges:
  • Need help with VoIP decision using Cisco products

    I need to configure and set up a VoIP solution for my company, the only caveat being that I must use only Cisco products. We have about 70 users and a LAN already implemented with QoS. Where do I begin, and what should I consider when making decisions about this impending deployment?

    Unified Communications ATE2,280 pointsBadges:
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