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Topic # 120780 13-Jun-2013 14:59
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Hi, I'm looking for a good router/modem that works flawlessly with VoIP. I have found a few seem to have problems, using 2talk.

 

Much appreciated.

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  Reply # 836377 13-Jun-2013 15:14
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What type of internet connection? If it's DSL, the DrayTek Vigor 2760 has been tested by 2talk :)

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  Reply # 836404 13-Jun-2013 15:45
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Something WITHOUT SIP ALG




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  Reply # 836538 13-Jun-2013 19:35
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Cisco SRP5xx series. Built in ATA and just an all round sweet router for any small/medium business.

527W for ADSL. 521 for ethernet.



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  Reply # 836584 13-Jun-2013 22:15
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Thanks : theEd, ajobbins and chevrolux.

I want the modem to be able to support more than 5 VoIP lines as well.

This is for a school that has 10 VoIP lines with 2talk but getting lots of network errors and when I restart the current TP-link modem its fine. Can you please confirm if the Draytek or Cisco 5xx will be able to support this.

thanks.

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  Reply # 836598 13-Jun-2013 22:53
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No sweat.
Does the school have a PABX? Or just registering some phones straight to 2talk? Might have better results installing a proper pabx with digital phones and have the 2talk trunks terminate on the system. You will get a lot more features too.



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  Reply # 836602 13-Jun-2013 23:00
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Hi - It is a small primary school in Waiheke island. The school currently do not have an Internal PABX.

Currently registering 9 x Cisco phones on a dedicate ADSL broadband.

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  Reply # 836649 14-Jun-2013 07:40
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You should never plan on any more than 3 or 4 simultaneous calls on an ADSL2+ connection unless you're willing to compromise voice quality and switch to a much lower bitrate codec.

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  Reply # 836681 14-Jun-2013 09:33
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That school (on Seaview Road?) cannot get VDSL2, and is not slated for UFB until 2015 (I live about 150m from there as the crow flies).

You should look at a PABX system (TrixBox?) and reduce the number of SIP lines.

Some of those Cisco systems do a pretty nice job of managing SIP lines and setting up a PABX.

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  Reply # 836683 14-Jun-2013 09:44
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The MyPBX is a very affordable Asterisk-in-a-box, supported by us (SnapperNet) :)

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  Reply # 836684 14-Jun-2013 09:49
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theEd: The MyPBX is a very affordable Asterisk-in-a-box, supported by us (SnapperNet) :)


And in my experience, SnapperNet offer very good support.

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  Reply # 836721 14-Jun-2013 10:41
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We have a Cisco UC320 here that does the job quite nicely. It looks after our data and also our phones - connected to 2talk and works a dream - track down coffeebaron - he sorted ours quite nicely.

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  Reply # 836728 14-Jun-2013 10:52
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Maybe mikrotik for the router, draytek vigor 120 for the modem and then a small PBX unit?





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