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HOW TO INTERCONNECT TWO OR MORE REMOTE VOISPEED SWITCHBOARDS

A WAN route is a point-to-point connection between two VOIspeed switchboards, typically far from each other and which therefore requires the use of the respective xDSL connectivity (hence the acronym WAN: Wide Area Network). A WAN route allows switchboard users to call each other transparently as extensions of the switchboard itself, and to make phone […]
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Management of on premises terminals

Under the Toolboox → Terminals section you will find a list of all the SIP User Agents who have registered at least once to the VOIspeed switchboard. . The main characteristic of a User Agent is the string with which it presents itself to the PBX. Each manufacturer sets this string in the device firmware […]
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Monitor the active users on the VOIspeed switchboard

In the User Monitoring section you can find out the list of server users and their current status. It is also possible to know other information such as the department to which they belong, their personal data (name, surname, extension), their status, the terminals associated with them. STATUS The states are coded according to a […]
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How to configure ISDN lines

ISDN lines are digital telephone lines supplied through traditional studs (NT1 or Primary Flows): some alternative operators often provide routers that emulate ISDN lines using VoIP as the main transmission protocol in the route from the customer to the exchange (eg Fastweb , Welcome Italia, Infostrada, etc.), but for the VOIspeed switchboard these are ISDN […]
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How to configure a VoIP operator

A VoIP operator provides telephone lines in Voice over IP (VoIP) technology, thanks to which conversations travel on a data network (in jargon: packet-switched) rather than on traditional physical lines (in jargon: circuit-switched). The VoIP operator chooses whether to bring companies a traditional telephone socket (as does Telecom, Vodafone, Fastweb and others), or provide a […]
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