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# 18475 11-Jan-2008 16:24
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Hey all,

As you I have not used the WXC product in the way of VoIP trunks but could possibly look at a trail soon. I have a number of customers all running Asterisk with ITALK trunks.

Most of these customer are connect via ADSL and have a dedicated ADSL for VoIP use and have no issues with the service it's self. (not sure we can say the same thing about ITALK or Slingshot though!)


Can anyone from WXC tell me why their trunks are limited to 2 x concurrent connections? For me this is a negative to changing to the WXC service.


Just trying to get my head around the WXC service.


Thanks...


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  # 104257 11-Jan-2008 16:35
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Hi Alan

What you actually get with italk is not a proper trunk product, it is just an extension of a basic line service, ie they dont have seperate services for residential and commercial, basically what this means is that you get 1 number with a number of concurrent calls this isn't trunking i'm afraid, you need DDI support across a single registration.

VFX is our residential offering which offers up to 2 concurrent calls as it's a residential service,

The DVX product is our sip trunk product and it's a commercial product suited for businesses, what this measn is that it is a single SIP registration but can have multiple concurrent calls as many as you like but also multiple DDI's with the Trunk, so you could have 5 concurrent calls and 20 DDI numbers assigned to the trunk, it's up to you wha tyou need 3 concurrent calls 10 DDI's ,10 concurrent calls and 100 DDI's etc totally upto the customer.

Hope that made sense ?




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Wannabe Geek


  # 104403 12-Jan-2008 15:49
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Thankyou for your clear and consise answer.

I will contact Shally on Monday re dealer pricing on this.

Alan Scott

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