My company plan to use VoIP to interconnect the remote-site. The traffic will not be very high. I am thinking about to use 4 FXO ports or use E1 to connect to my PBX. I am afraid that if I use E1, the PBX is not compatable with the 2600 router. I am not an expert of PBX. I hear that PBX often use their private protocol and their is many problem in inter-operate with different PBX. So I am afraid that. Although use 4 FXO ports is enough in normal case. But I think more channels is better. So Can anybody give me some idea? Thank You!
You need to use the PBX which supports E1 or T1 line. Rest is all based on the signalling between PBX and 2600. Many PBX now a days supports all ffavoures of T1 and E1 signalling. Also 2600 supports that so i don't think it should be a issue.
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