How to connect Telephone Networks to Ozeki Phone System XE
Connecting an existing telephone network (PSTN, ISDN or other VoIP network)
to your Ozeki Phone System XE is a good way to easily reach a group of phones,
instead of registering them individually. The following articles demonstrate
what you need to do in order to setup a reliable PSTN, ISDN or VoIP connection
in Ozeki Phone System XE.
A telephone network is addressed using a prefix. When dialing
first you need to dial the prefix then the phone number in the network.
Depending on the device providing the connection, several calls
can be made simultaneously between the network and the corporate phone system.
In the upcoming topics how to connect analog, ISDN or VoIP networks
to Ozeki Phone System XE.
How to connect a VoIP network to Ozeki Phone System XE
By setting up a VoIP Service Provider connection you can make
outbound calls over the Internet. It enables high-quality
phone calls and ensures lower costs of international and
long distance calls. This article provides detailed information
about the whole installation process.
How to connect an ISDN network to Ozeki Phone System XE
ISDN line is capable to transfer multiple phone calls simultaneously
in the form of digital signals and only an ISDN modem or an
ISDN card is needed for using it. This guide describes
step-by-step how can your communication system be connected
to ISDN network.
How to connect an analog network to Ozeki Phone System XE
Analog network (or Public Switched Telephone Network) connects
PSTN devices together that only handle analog signals. For connecting your
PBX to the analog network an ATA device is essentially needed in order
to translate analog signals to digital. Learn more about the
installation and configuration.