Coverting from VoFR to VoIP using MC3810 Routers

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by FireSword, Nov 29, 2003.

  1. FireSword

    FireSword Guest

    Hi

    We are currently running VoFR using 3810 routers. The remote sites have two
    FXS boards and the central site has 3810 with T1s connected to Central
    office PBX. We want to convert to VoIP what's the best way to migrate from
    FoFR to VoIP without losing communications between any of the remote sites.
    These sites talk to each other and to the central office.
    FireSword, Nov 29, 2003
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  2. FireSword

    Guest Guest

    Sounds exactly like something we put in a number of years ago (just before
    VoIP was supported on the 3810). Mo matter what you do there will be
    downtime. If you've never setup a 3810 for VoIP before I wouldn't suggest
    it. Assuming this was installed before VoIP on the 3810, you will need to
    upgrade the IOS and might need a memory upgrade as well.

    I'd be glad to go into details off-group but I need to know where you're
    located. If you're outside our service area I'll give you all the help I
    can. If not the best I can do is offer the company services (too many of my
    friends are out of work because their employer went under) email me at (you
    know what to do) rcohen at acsvoicedata dot com.

    Of course, if the Frame PVCs are using the bandwidth dynamically and the
    voice traffic is being prioritized why do you want to change? Voice over
    frame uses less bandwidth then voice over IP over frame, and the latency is
    lower (one less layer of encapsulation).


    "FireSword" <> wrote in message
    news:1070119038.499715@rh9cache2...
    > Hi
    >
    > We are currently running VoFR using 3810 routers. The remote sites have

    two
    > FXS boards and the central site has 3810 with T1s connected to Central
    > office PBX. We want to convert to VoIP what's the best way to migrate from
    > FoFR to VoIP without losing communications between any of the remote

    sites.
    > These sites talk to each other and to the central office.
    >
    >
    >
    Guest, Dec 12, 2003
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