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VOIP network setup - Need design help

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Hi,

I want to understand how VOIP works? what equipments would I need? where to get them?
Here is a scenario:
Trying to setup a VOIP - softphone network from anywhere in US to Europe. I am not worried about calls initiated from EU...only calls from US to Europe.
I want to understand what hardware would I need? plus if there is any white paper on per call bandwidth utilization what technology
i need to do billing...design a softphone for consumers....and setup a softswitch? will i need for example AS5300 or anything?
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Naser Gabaj earned 500 total points
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Greetings zeusindc,

Download this e-book:

http://www1.7622.com/Syngress.Practical.VoIP.Security.Mar.2006.pdf

Good Luck!

Naser
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thanks Naser I will defn. try to go thru this book, but right now I need some quick suggestions. Basically trying to see if i can do a proposal.
I need to know if someone has any experience in this field, and help me with different hardwares/softwares been used? like Cisco Unity anything like this cheaper maybe
IVR solutions etc......

Also want to know maybe a small diag. what components will be needed in such setup.
if anyone can point me to links that would be great...

some stuff like how much bandwitdh would i need for lets say 500 users ..... i need link with some info etc.

thanks

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by:zeusindc
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any design help means....what components will a VOIP setup would need.
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As far as i know:

It's phone system that support voip such as 3com super stack NBX 100 which i have in my network, with it's phones (Basic, Business) that can be configured to assign IP add,
Enough bandwidth that can handle the voice over Internet protocol.
Someone who will configure the VoIP protocols e.g. "H323"

I believe these Links will answer your question in more details:

http://www.voip-news.com/news/features/voip-phone-system-components-062606/
http://www.fcc.gov/voip/

HTH, Good Luck.

Naser
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