Introduction to PBX technology
Learn the basics
A PBX (Private Branch Exchange) is responsible for the communication line
establishment between communication end points. For this purpose
SIP accounts and authentication are used. The end points attached to the certain
SIP accounts are called extensions of the PBX. These extensions can be physical
VoIP telephone devices, PSTN adapters, software telephone solutions or so-called
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What you need
- Powerful server configuration
The PBX system can work effectively if you have a really powerful startup configuration on it. You can set up rules for the number or order of the phones that will ring when a number is called, or define special features for some communication purposes like voice mail, etc.
- PSTN connection
You can also make connection towards the traditional wired and mobile communication network (PSTN) by using a simple adapter that is connected to the PBX. In this case you will be able to call any PSTN numbers from a VoIP phone and vice versa.
You can create an effective company communication network by installing a PBX system on your local area network. This will make your workers' communication easier and free.
Creating common functionality
Capacity and performance
- Number of extensions - capacity issues
- Codec translation - when the softphones do not have the same codecs
- Peer to peer data transmission - better performance
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Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK is simple to install. Follow the basic steps to have a great background support for your VoIP solutions in minutes.
- Download Ozeki VoIP SDK
- Start the installer program
- Select the target folder
- Wait until the installation process finishes
Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK comes with a lot of example programs, all of which have online documentation. If you are new to PBX programming, you can start with a detailed guide about PBX programming.
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