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Voice over Internet Protocol
Design & Technology
Pages 10 (2510 words)
VOICE OVER INTERNET PROTOCOL (VOIP) Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Author Author’s Affiliation Date Table of Contents 1.1- Company Background 4 2- PROBLEM SOLUTION 4 3- SUMMARY OF TECHNOLOGY/PROPOSED SOLUTION 6 4- NETWORK DIAGRAM 6 5- TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 8 5.1- Soft Solution 8 5.1.1- Purchased IP PBX (Private branch exchange) 8 5.1.2- Managed IP PBX (Private branch exchange) 9 5.1.3- Hosted IP Telephony / Hosted PBX 9 5.1.4- Recommendations 10 5.2- Network Equipment Specifications 10 5.2.1- Wireless Gateway 10 5.2.2- WLAN Controllers 11 5.2.3- Access Points and Ports 11 5.2.4- Protocols Used For the Routers at Each Location 11 6- FEASIBILITY STUDY 11 7- Operations Plan 13 8- TE
Though, VoIP is abbreviated as Voice over Internet Protocol but it is as well known as Internet Telephony or IP Telephony for the reason that it allows us to make phone calls absolutely free or cheaper. Without a doubt, in this age of modern technologies the phone set is not essential, and presently we can communicate without a telephone set (Garden, 2011; Unuth, 2012). In addition, the VoIP is the most modern technology that is used to broadcast voice exchanges over an external or internal data network using IP (internet protocol) data packets (those are in digital form). In fact, this new type of communication facilitates the similar commutation as telephone without loss in reliability, functionality or quality; as well as in compliance with communication specifications presented by ITU (International Telecommunications Union). ...
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