[_] ISDN30 vs ISDN2
matth at netsight.co.uk
Mon Nov 20 20:38:49 GMT 2006
On 20 Nov 2006, at 15:26, Stewart Smith wrote:
> I'd be hoping for on average half the team to be on the phone,
> therefore 10
> lines going at any one time.
In which case ISDN 30 is probably what you want. I seem to remember
looking a few years back when we put ours in (about 2000) and I seem
to remember ISDN30 became cheaper than ISDN2 after about 8-10 lines
> VoIP - I like the idea but have heard lots of bad examples (background
> noise, delays etc) and scare stories so I'm just not too keen at this
Yeah, we kept out ISDN2e line when we moved to our new PBX (asterisk)
so do VoIP within the building, and then ISDN to the outside world.
Gives us best of both I think.
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