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VoIP Implementation – Why Won’t the Audio Work?

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VoIP Implementation – Why Won’t the Audio Work?

I recently worked on a project that ended up being a success but looked at first like it could end up being a failure. We were doing a Voice over IP implementation and were putting in a new switch network for a client that had 8 sites. When the time came for implementation we ran into some difficulty with getting audio working out of the local branches. At first, we were stumped, but it ended up being an issue with a 3rd party provider. In the video, I discuss what the issue was, how we found it, and how we remedied it. I also provide some tips on how to avoid similar challenges. Hope you enjoy!

 

VoIP Implementation - Why Won't the Audio Work?

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_Cug3j3vXI[/youtube]

Watch the video on GreenPages' YouTube Channel.

 

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By Ralph Kindred, Practice Director, Unified Communications

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