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VoFR vs. H.323

Currently we run VoFR between our Corporate and 3 remote sites. There ia a 7206 at the Corporate office and acts a tandem switch to route calls between the 3 remote sites and the remote sites are using MC3810's. Is there any advantage of me implementing H.323? Links to any docs on Cisco's web site would be helpful.

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Re: VoFR vs. H.323

Currently we run VoFR between our Corporate and 3 remote sites. There is a 7206 at the Corporate office and acts a tandem switch to route calls between the 3 remote sites and the remote sites are using MC3810's. Is there any advantage of me implementing H.323? Links to any docs on Cisco's web site would be helpful.

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Re: VoFR vs. H.323

The major difference for an enterprise network choosing VoIP instead of VoFR is that VoIP is more extensible since it is being carried by a very widely available layer 3 protocol.

Using VoFR, all voice endpoints must be connected to the frame relay network. Using VoIP, all endpoints need only be connected to the IP network, which in many networks, spans from the core all the way to a user's desk.

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