hi guys i m new to voip and just started my cvoice, i have a confusion plz help me out
1) if i want to connect a pbx/keysystem with a CO switch over analog lines then wat type of interfaces will be used at both end ?? i m asking this coz in cvoice book its written that if u want to connect keysystem to CO switch thru analog trunk lines the signalling used will be winkstart and all does that mean that the cards will also be E&m trunk cards ??? am i right in this ??
2) wat are the possible ways of connecting pbx/keysystem with a CO switch ( i mean physical interfaces and the signalling )
plz tell me in a bit detail coz i m very much confused
hi sir thanks for ur reply but can u plz explain it in a bit more detail coz i didnt get it my main confusion is that if i m to connect a pbx/keysystem to a co switch how will i do it ?? i want to know abt the analog approach, like wat type of interfaces and signalling are possible, can u plz explain me in detail here or at my id or plz refer me a doc or site that addresses these issues, plz help me out
hi sir i m needing this for cvoice, see i have completed my first chapter but still not able to understand the analog connections b/w pbx and co switch, i m narrowing my question, can u plz tell me that if i want to connect a pbx with a co switch what are the possible ways of doing it ?? like wat interfaces will be used at both end ? wat signalling ? somewhere its written that groundstart signalling is used and somehere its written that i have to use E&M interfaces so wat shall i conclude, i really dont have any other book besides cvoice and voip fundamentals, if u could plz refer me a site or answer me anyhow i will really be grateful
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