How can you integrate a FreePBX telephone system (on site or hosted) into your overall system?
How can you convert your existing analogue or digital telephony (ISDN) to IP telephony?
We have compiled some information for you here:
Your line infrastructure (PSTN, ISDN, T1 / E1, analog / digital or BRI?)
Case 1 - You have an existing Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). To translate your analogue line, we recommend a Vega Gateway (FXO), so that your existing line can remain and you still benefit from the advantages of IP telephony.
Case 2 - You have an existing digital Public Switched Telephone Network (ISDN). To translate your digital line, we recommend a Vega Gateway (E1 / T1), so that your existing line can remain and you still benefit from IP telephony.
Case 3 - You have a new contract for SIP Trunking and you can connect your SIP Trunking Provider (ITSP) directly to your FreePBX PBX. For more security for your network, we recommend a Sangoma SBC (Session Border Control) in between. Home office employees access your internal company network via the SBC.
Your terminal infrastructure
Case 1 - You already have existing analogue phones / faxes / door openers / etc. That you want to keep. Via a simple Vega Gateway (FXS), the "old" devices can communicate with the new IP environment.
Case 2 - You already have existing IP phones. Keep these and just connect them to your new FreePBX.
Case 3 - You are upgrading with new IP hard- or softphones (Zulu UC) from Sangoma or other manufacturers. Just connect and start calling!
Case 4 - Your HomeOffice employees take their office extension by means of a desired end device (desktop, mobile phone, etc.). Bind them via VPN and for enhanced security via the Session Border Controller (SBC).
We would be happy to outline your technical environment together with you and recommend you a suitable solution. Contact us.