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2nd July 2001 at 17:02 #20494Tarek HosnyGuest
What is the Hardware i need to connect 2 offices using VOIP knowing that they are already conected using Framerelay ,i have a PBX in each one, and i need 2 lines to be connected, i read apilo specificcation,a button must be pressed each time to make a call, but i want it to be fully automated(ie, any one connected to PBX can call the other office using any of the 2 lines). plz help .. thanx2nd July 2001 at 21:19 #20495David IkedaGuest
We have a four port appliance which can be used with your application. Please contact me at email@example.com July 2001 at 17:24 #20496BomanGuest
We have products specifically designed for this case. Pls contact with me.
1-301-9167600 ext 10210th July 2001 at 17:41 #20497KhaledGuest
It is not as hard as you think, you maybe able to do this with your existing PBXs and frame network for conductivity. All you need is one IP pipe from your HQ, and you are set. Email me to tell you how.
I am a data/ IP specialist with AT&T.10th July 2001 at 21:22 #20498SajjadGuest
We have a solution 4 port gateway let me know if you need more details.
My email is
firstname.lastname@example.org July 2001 at 09:28 #20499Davenelle MatherGuest
We have a Frame-Relay Network and a ATM Backbone at our Hub site. This is a point to point connection. If we need to connect an Ericsson MD110 and an Ericsson BP 250 and run VoIP. The MD110 is at the Head office and the BP 250 at a Branch office what would we need to do. The network is configured with Cisco 3662 and a 2620 Routers. The Frame Relay at the branch office (Access is 1MB and the CIR is 512Kb) for the Data Network. We wish to have 4 to 5 users been able to phone at any given time and talk to the other office.
What would we require to have an VoIP solution part from having IP handsets and how would you connect up a solution like this ?14th July 2001 at 23:02 #20500C. SavinovichGuest
Besides integrating VOIP Gateways to your PBX, we enhance its usage with additional software that allows PIN access from outside, tremendous long distance rates since you are using our VOIP network, and some handy web based utilities. http://www.itntelecom.com
CS16th July 2001 at 15:53 #20501KhaledGuest
Please Email me directly with your detailed question and I will Email you all the info.10th October 2001 at 09:05 #20502StephenGuest
I got same problem, email me on email@example.com