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Topic # 32043 9-Apr-2009 12:45
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Hi,
I have a customer that is interested in using a basic ip based pbx. I will use Trixbox, should he be happy to go ahead.

What I would like to know is, is it possible to have more than one "channel" assigned to a particular number, in a SIP trunk? i.e. the client has one main number, but he may want to have three concurrent calls on his trunk. - Possible? If so, do you have any product details, cost etc?

Thanks,

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  Reply # 206176 9-Apr-2009 12:51
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A VFX install supports 4 concurrent calls which I believe are now configured to allow 2 incoming and 2 outgoing.

Remember that VFX is catered more to the residential market and there are limitations over DVX which is the the business market - ie you can't have DDI's for example.

As for the VDX service there are plenty of different combinations available and you would be best to contact WxC or a DVX dealer for details.

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  Reply # 206341 10-Apr-2009 13:37
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sbiddle: As for the VDX service there are plenty of different combinations available and you would be best to contact WxC or a DVX dealer for details.


The DVX service supports all business features such as multiple lines, direct dial numbers, 0800 numbers etc.  As Steve mentioned, get in touch with a dealer, and they can sign you up and get all the services provisioned that you require.

VFX is residential, DVX is business.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 210897 30-Apr-2009 13:56
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As I would be providing the technical services to my client, I would prefer not to go through a dealer for DVX - unless I have to? Are the technical procedures in connecting up Trix to WxC DVX, the same as VFX?

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  Reply # 211028 30-Apr-2009 20:46
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zimbonz: As I would be providing the technical services to my client, I would prefer not to go through a dealer for DVX - unless I have to? Are the technical procedures in connecting up Trix to WxC DVX, the same as VFX?


That's fine, the dealer can deal with you and you can setup Trixbox as you need to.  It's much easier through a dealer.

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