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SIP Trunking— From Legacy PBX to Cloud-Powered Communications!

Transform your Business Communications to an Integrated, Lower-cost System


What is SIP Trunking?

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking is a key innovation in business communication systems. It is used to send unified communications services, such as voice and video data, over the internet. This method of communication transforms your in-house, legacy PBS into an IP-enabled PBX. Your traditional analog phone lines are also made redundant when you implement SIP Trunking. This means your PBX doesn’t need PRI (Primary Rate Interface) anymore, you can connect with a Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) using SIP Trunking.

A phone line that uses the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is called a SIP trunk. Net2phone’s SIP Trunking service connects your legacy PBX to one or more channels.

Net2phone SIP Trunking Features

Unlimited nationwide and international (40+ countries) Calling

International Numbers can be assigned to localize business presence

Increased security based on four authentication methods

Supports high-quality and low bandwidth

Service compatibility with big players in the IP-PBX market is certified

Net2phone SIP Trunking Process

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Net2phone uses SIP Trunking to shift your traditional phone system to an IP-based setup. This process involves several steps, all of which happen in close coordination with the customer teams.

  • 1.Initial review of the customer network.
  • 2.Review and analysis of current PBX system.
  • 3.Migration plan finalized and approved.
  • 4.Establishment of connections between PBX and net2phone service.
  • 5.Testing of operations (all outbound, inbound, and concurrent calls).
  • 6.Error identification and troubleshooting.
  • 7.Final testing.
  • 8.Go live.

Why Choose SIP?

Net2phone’s VoIP solutions help your business operations become more flexible.

  • Reduced communication costs
  • Most services offer both unlimited local and international calling
  • On-demand provision of channels
  • Consolidation of network
  • Built-in Unified Communications features including video, IM, and application integration
  • Business continuity features

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