VOIP System Diagram and Configuration

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In previous responses, a brief high-level "how" to configure a VOIP system has been explained. What I would appreciate (and have not been able to find anywhere) is a painfullly clear, detailed system diagram of the components required, integration paths, and any needed software to set up a VOIP small business system. And an explanation of how this system would need to be configured to establish a VOIP connection with a similar system located overseas (such as India)? Thank you.

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Lone Cedar, perhaps the reason you don’t have an answer is that the question is too vague. You need to state the starting point, i.e. what is in place now for voice, network, and handsets.

Two Asterisk systems connected over the Internet via IAX2 (plus the correct cards to connect to PTSN) and a LAN with Hard/Softphones is all you would need.

The only way to provide an answer is with the correct question, like: I have two call centers with 20 stations each currently using a Nortel Key system with T1 and Telco wiring, etc…

Robert

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  • Lerandell
    Here is a good starting point for you. We use Sphericall CoHub, server, and client app. I bet not all VoIP systems are made this way but at least you can read through the install guides to see what it takes to set these up. http://www.spherecom.com/support_docs/
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  • LoneCedar
    Thanks very much for your suggestions. Our firm is just beginning the process of determining "what" it will take to implement appropriate HW/SW so that we can establish a VOIP communications system that will support distributed development offices, including two in India. Our corporate office does not presently have any HW installed that specifically supports VOIP, other than the usual PowerEdge Servers running W2003 Server and appropriate security authentication services, firewalls, VPN, etc. Our phones are currently being supported by a leased digital PBX system (which we would like to get rid of), and our overseas and distributed offices are supported by local landlines and 800 number service. So, my question, as I originally posed it, I think is still appropriate in that we need to get a handle on specifically what HW/SW is required to establish a VOIP system that will support our local and international needs, and a diagramtic detail that illustrates interconnections. Regards.
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    Thanks very much for your suggestions. Our firm is just beginning the process of determining "what" it will take to implement appropriate HW/SW so that we can establish a VOIP communications system that will support distributed development offices, including two in India. Our corporate office does not presently have any HW installed that specifically supports VOIP, other than the usual PowerEdge Servers running W2003 Server and appropriate security authentication services, firewalls, VPN, etc. Our phones are currently being supported by a leased digital PBX system (which we would like to get rid of), and our overseas and distributed offices are supported by local landlines and 800 number service. So, my question, as I originally posed it, I think is still appropriate in that we need to get a handle on specifically what HW/SW is required to establish a VOIP system that will support our local and international needs, and a diagramtic detail that illustrates interconnections. Regards.
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    Thanks very much for your suggestions. Our firm is just beginning the process of determining "what" it will take to implement appropriate HW/SW so that we can establish a VOIP communications system that will support distributed development offices, including two in India. Our corporate office does not presently have any HW installed that specifically supports VOIP, other than the usual PowerEdge Servers running W2003 Server and appropriate security authentication services, firewalls, VPN, etc. Our phones are currently being supported by a leased digital PBX system (which we would like to get rid of), and our overseas and distributed offices are supported by local landlines and 800 number service. So, my question, as I originally posed it, I think is still appropriate in that we need to get a handle on specifically what HW/SW is required to establish a VOIP system that will support our local and international needs, and a diagramtic detail that illustrates interconnections. Regards.
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