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Topic # 61110 9-May-2010 22:39
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Not sure if this is in the right place to post, but I would like to find any details around setting up a 3CX pbx with 2talk. There is only the barest of mentions on the 2talk forums, but sounds like a company trying to sell the installation services. Anyone able to provide some info?


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  Reply # 395153 24-Oct-2010 08:37
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Did you you finally go with 2talk and what kind of PBX did you use?
I am considering the same combination of software based PBX and 2tallk but also thinking of hosted PBX.
I run a small tourist accommodation in a rural situation and want a phone system for the guests to use for outside calls and for internal communication.

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  Reply # 395169 24-Oct-2010 10:10
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There is nothing special about 2talk so setting it up with 3CX should be pretty straight forward.

3CX can't be used with many other VoIP providers however as it still doesn't support the use of AuthID which is being increasigly used by VoIP providers to provide an additional layer of security.

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