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How to set up IP phone at home?

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If I buy IP phone at home, how to connect the phone to my computer. I am the freshman about this. This SIP phone has 1wan and 1lan ports. And do I need to apply SIP service from SIP providers? Or I can use the phone directly once I configure it and connect it to network? :doh:


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Jun 6, 2005
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What is the brand name of the IP phone? Does it come with a network or do they expect you to provide your own network? Do you have a phone number that comes with it? Does it say the word "SIP Trunking" anywhere in your paper work? For IP phones to work properly with good quality they need to be on a managed internet network such as Quest.


You'd need to either set up some sort of IP phone service yourself, like Asterisk, or subscribe to a service. Such services are available from many companies. I'm not sure who the best to use in Turkey would be, but two services I use that are good in Canada and the US are les.net and voip.ms. voip.ms also has gateways in the UK so might be a good choice for Europeans. (VoIP is very sensitive to latency so you want to use as close a provider as is reasonably practicable.)
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