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cisco voip outbound 2

Posted on 2014-02-10
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is there an alternative way to route outbound cisco voice calls without fxs/fxo ports if you have only a verizon fios router  with internet only and 2811 router and switch ? i have telephoney ios in my router and poe 3750 switches with a cable connceted to verizon router to my 281 router. thanks get back to me if this is possible ?
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If you only have internet access you could purchase a SIP trunk from a SIP provider in your country maybe? Then you would do outbound VOIP calls through the 2811.
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