Connect 2 sites VOIP? Point to Point

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by Rich, Jan 21, 2004.

  1. Rich

    Rich Guest

    We are attempting to connect a remote location to our main office
    (Arizona & Massachusetts) Currently we have a Fractional T1 line
    coming into a Telco owned & operated Channel Bank. Our current Phone
    system is an Analog Partner system (6 years old). We are going to
    order a Point to Point T1 from AZ to MA and can not seem to find a
    cost effective voice solution connection the 2 sites. Data network is
    an easy solution for us.

    We would like to have intercom connection between the 2 sites,
    Have the remote site (AZ) pick up from our existing lines at the main
    site (MA)
    (we are not concerned about local Remote (AZ) phone calls
    Have the phone ring on incoming calls at both sites
    Transfer calls from site to site

    From the beginning, can someone suggest a cost effective solution to
    get the 2 sites connected.
    Rich, Jan 21, 2004
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  2. Rich

    Miguel Cruz Guest

    We've done this between DSL-subscribing locations with a pair of ATA-186's
    wired into Norstar MICS's. Worked fine. The phone system just thought they
    were POTS lines. Bear in mind that each pair only gets you two "lines"
    though; if you need more simultaneous paths you need to buy more of them.

    Miguel Cruz, Jan 21, 2004
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  3. Multitech makes VO-IP gateways that are recommended by Avaya for use with
    the Partner systems.

    Mike Schumann
    Mike Schumann, Jan 21, 2004
  4. Rich

    Dan Guest

    Use QTelNet gateways over Multitech .. they are half the cost and you
    dont need a static IP
    Dan, Jan 21, 2004
  5. Rich

    Guest Guest

    If you're still looking, call me.

    Randall Cohen
    Sr. Systems Engineer
    Alternative Communication Systems, Inc.
    Phone: (781) 449 3377
    Fax: (781) 449 5792
    Email: nospamrcohen"at"nospamacsvoicedata"dot"com
    Post: 220-19 Reservoir St.
    Needham, MA 02494-3133
    All information and documentation provided by ACS Voice Data Systems whether
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    Voice Data Systems. Under no circumstances is it to be disclosed to any
    persons, companies, or organizations without the written consent of ACS
    Voice Data Systems. This information is CONFIDENTIAL.
    Guest, Feb 6, 2004
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