I am very experienced in linux and only somewhat in *. As the network engineer for a small mortgage company, I have been tasked with setting up a PBX for our satellite call center consisting of 12 loan officers.
There is currently a DSL line in the office and 9 phone lines. There will be more outbound traffic then inbound.
Here are my questions:
What FXP hardware should I use for that many (9) analog lines … or should I trust that DSL has enough bandwidth to handle that?
Would softphones work for each workstation?
Can I “pool” out my analog and VOIP lines? What PCI hardware would split that out.
What would be a suggested configuration for such a scenario?
Thanks in advance, Ive already gotten great ideas from this forum.