2. to connect to the local PABX you will need a more powerful VIC card called the E&M card. And you might want to check with the vendor of the PABX for compatibility issues, and even support from them.
Finally, i will strongly recomment you don't get carried away with your discovery. VoIP can be a beast if you are not sure what you are doing. Before you suggest to your boss to go VoIP (assuming that is your intention), you might want to do some research on it. One wrong move and you will be surprised how you bandwidth will go up in smoke. In other words, VoIP implementation requires some serious planning on each leg along the way, and if you are a newbie, you might even want to consider some professional help to begin with.
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