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Hi all,

I want to run Voip service in my network and I don't want to do international calls only inside my LAN.

My network design :

Cisco Router2821>>>>2960 switch>> and then trunk to six departments.

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If you don't want to do inbound or outbound calls, Maybe an Instant Messaging Service is the better solution. Because:
- Users see the Online / Offline Status, they know, If the other user is available
- Sending a quicke note is often faster than a call with all the smalltalk
- Some professional IM-Services also support Voice and Video, like (Skype)

If you want a cheap solutions for inhouse only, try one of the XMPP (Jabber) Server / Client Software or create an Skype Account for every user.
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For VoIP -> You need a PBX inside of your Network, even if you don't want do do external calls. Maybe an Asterisk based VM could be a solution for that. You can then install an soft-client on every Computer and an headset to do the calls.
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