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Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by tthoma, Nov 5, 2007.

  1. tthoma

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    I AM NEW TO VOIP AND WOULD LIKE TO INTALL AND CONFIGURE THE 3CX AS A PBX FOR MY COMPANY. IN OUR OFFICE WE HAVE 4 ANALOG LINES AND 1 ISDN LINES. WHAT ARE THE HARDWARE THAT I WILL NEED TO CONFIGURE YOUR SYSTEM. HOW WILL I CONFIGURE 3CX TO BE ABLE CONNECT TO A REMOTE OFFICE IN WHICH I WILL INSTALL ANOTHER 3CX PBX AND HOW WILL I CONFIGURE A VOIP PHONE IN 3 DIFFERENT REMOTE STORES AS EXTENSIONS TO THE SYSTEM


    THANKS IN ADVANCE

    THOMAS
     
  2. RobLloyd

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    That's a lot of questions to start with!
    Where are you located? You might be best to call a 3CX partner for help with all this:
    http://www.3cx.com/ordering/

    Most of your questions with the exception of 3CX to 3CX can be answered with their FAQs:
    http://www.3cx.com/pbx/ip-pbx-faq

    3CX to 3CX will be available very soon (end of November?) with the upcoming version 4.

    You are going to need a 3CX server, phones, analog gateway if you want to keep your analog lines, and a VoIP providor if you want to do VoIP for outside calls.
    They have a recommended list of supported hardware so I would start there if you don't want to go the reseller/partner route.

    I don't want to sound like a jerk. But you have a lot of open ended questions requiring lots of answers and quite a few depend on which hardware your decide on.
     

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