[clug-talk] T1 circuits, VOIP
paul.greidanus at ualberta.ca
Wed Oct 26 14:26:51 PDT 2005
> On Wednesday 26 October 2005 13:48, Tek Budda wrote:
>>>>As well as many other options. This is more than the average business
>>>Basically, using the T1 as a way to get 26 voice channels from a telco,
>>>which you can then turn into VoIP connections to either phones, or other
>>>PBXs within your organization.
>>If you don't have the budget for a full T1, you could look at having it
>>channelized. Instead of teh full 26, you might only need 4 or so...or
>>perhaps someone close to you have a T1 that you can share?
> I don't really have a need, ( at the moment ) it is just curiosity about
> how you would go about getting one and how much they cost to operate.
The other idea would be to go with digital phone lines over ISDN, which
gives you 2 voice lines.. Or just buy IAX service off some provider who
deals with the telco for you, that's what I'm doing at home.. 4 months
telus free and loving it :)
CAD Administrator / Systems Administrator
Center of Excellence in Integrated Nanotools University of Alberta
paul.greidanus at ualberta.ca 780-492-7368
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