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  The PBX Is Dead; Long Live VoIP
Subject:   Thousands!! Why not just hundreds, or FREE even...
Date:   2005-06-28 05:47:28
From:   nanouk
Folks, if you want to try a true IP-PBX, don't spend thousands, just go to Berkeke.com and try their OnDO PBX. You can get a free trial version that requires reset every 3 hours, or you can just buy the SOHO version for a mere $300 USD. They even give you instructions on how to setup their IP-PBX with current VoIP vendors. All it takes is a small PC (I have used an old PIV) with only 512 Megs RAM. You can download it from the net and be running the IP-PBX within an hour. The IP-PBX also comes with a SIP Server as well. It runs on WindowsXP or Linux.


I don't work for Berkeke or have any financial relationship with them; however, I have used their products with great success with my clients. They even have a Java SDK interface for developer(s) and those that want to enhance or modify the IP-PBX features. Very cool.


Try for free before spending anything ;-) Have a good one, gents.


Nanouk
Upstate NY / Alaska


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  1. Brekeke's SIP server
    2005-07-17 01:21:38  Hughes [View]

  2. Thousands!! Why not just hundreds, or FREE even...
    2005-06-29 07:17:46  KenHansen [View]

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