Best VOIP solution for small office??

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by Craig, Apr 21, 2004.

  1. Craig

    Craig Guest

    We have a small company bases in south-eastern Europe and we are about
    to move into a new office. We will need to put in place a telephone
    system, in the beginning with maybe 4 or 5 phone extensions. What are
    the options to install a VOIP solution, so that calls are routed over
    the LAN (wired or possibly WIFI)? Is this a better/cheaper option that
    normal PBX solution?

    I am assuming we need some kind of server for managing incoming calls.
    How do we transfer calls to other extenions? Is there an SIP
    Switchboard phone setup we can get? I assume we would also need SIP
    phones on each desk. Any suggestions on decent, simple and cheap
    phones? I am new to VOIP but im interested in its possibilities as we
    will already have network connections to each desk.

    I also spend about 3 months of the year in Australia so also wondering
    what possibilities are for calls to be transferred to me In Australia
    over Internet.
    Any help that people can give would be appreciated.
    Craig, Apr 21, 2004
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    Soren Rathje Guest

    -- Soren
    Soren Rathje, Apr 21, 2004
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  3. Craig

    Craig Guest

    Thanks for the link on info about Asterisk.

    Do you know what kind of switchboard-type phone you need for a main
    office, to be able to tranfer calls direct to peoples extensions?
    Craig, Apr 22, 2004
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    Soren Rathje Guest

    Any type of phone or a computer based program. I guess the best place to
    ask is the mailinglist at

    I don't use a switchboard for my system but I know that several other
    members on the list use either Open-Source software in combination with
    a regular phone or make their own.

    Google is your friend..

    -- Soren
    Soren Rathje, Apr 23, 2004
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