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Test PortSIP PBX v9.0 User Guide

1.About this guide

This PortSIP solutions guide gets you through deployment of PortSIP PBX in Windows® environment. This guide is designed to assist administrators deploying PortSIP products in a Windows environment, and explain a number of Windows deployment modes, architectures, and limitations of the solution.

2.Getting Started with PortSIP PBX

This PortSIP solutions guide gets you through deployment of PortSIP PBX in Windows® environment. This guide is designed to assist administrators deploying PortSIP products in a Windows environment, and explain a number of Windows deployment modes, architectures, and limitations of the solution.

2.1.What is PortSIP PBX

PortSIP PBX (also known as PortPBX) is a software-based SIP PBX for Windows and Linux that works with SIP standard-based IP Phones, Softphones, SIP Trunks and VoIP Gateways to provide a complete PBX solution – without the inflated cost and management headaches of an “antiquated” PBX. The SIP PBX supports not only all traditional PBX features, but also includes many new mobility and productivity features. An IP PBX is also referred to as a VoIP or SIP Server.

Calls are sent as data packets over the computer data network instead of the traditional phone network. Phones share the network with computers so no separate phone wiring is required. With the use of a VoIP Provider, SIP Trunking, you can connect existing phone lines to the IP PBX to make and receive phone calls via a regular PSTN line. You can also use a VoIP Provider, which removes the requirement for a gateway. PortSIP PBX interoperates with standard SIP softphones, IP phones or smartphones, and provides internal call switching.

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