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PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2006 11:48 pm    Post subject: Vonage with Allworx 10x PBX system Reply with quote Back to top

Hello all,

This is my first time post on this forum after I discovered it earlier today. The whole reason I am working with a Vonage account is because a client of mine is looking to use their Allworx 10x PBX system to handle internet telephony and to cutdown on the costs of having numerous Verizon lines. They also have AllWorx 9112 SIP phones which are currently plugged into their network. Their current setup is that the SIP phones contact the AllWorx 10x PBX system which is connected to 6 outside Verizon lines.

This brings me to my current problem. The AllWorx 10x PBX system is completely certified and guaranteed to work with Vonage, as well as several other internet telephone companies. My client chose Vonage for it's reputation and for it's constant growth which is outpacing other companies.

Anyway he signed up for a $49.99 Vonage business account with the hopes that Vonage would work with his system. As we sat down and worked with this today, I discovered that Vonage would need to send me the SIP Server address/Outbound Proxy/Registrary addresses in order to get the PBX to work correctly with the Vonage service. I called Vonage and was told that they could not give out that information, although things may change down the road and to call back.

This leaves my client pretty paniced as he needs phone access for his growing business. In fact the employee's are using up the available analog lines and some offices are getting crowded lines. Initially my clients goal was to see if Vonage could replace analog lines and to have 6-8 numbers with Vonage so that 6-8 people could have simultaneous conversations on the Vonage accounts.

Appearantly while the PBX is designed to work with Vonage, Vonage wouldn't cooperate and give the needed info. Now my question is, is there anyway to use the Motorola Phone adapter to connect into the PBX system as a way to get an additional 1-2 lines to work with internet telephone? Or is this something that just won't work until Vonage releases the SIP info???

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2006 12:16 am    Post subject: Re: Vonage with Allworx 10x PBX system Reply with quote Back to top

Hi

PBX will not be compatible with vonage... what ever sip server or whatever you can try it willnot since its more secured than other..

dont mess up with these..........

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Hello all,

This is my first time post on this forum after I discovered it earlier today. The whole reason I am working with a Vonage account is because a client of mine is looking to use their Allworx 10x PBX system to handle internet telephony and to cutdown on the costs of having numerous Verizon lines. They also have AllWorx 9112 SIP phones which are currently plugged into their network. Their current setup is that the SIP phones contact the AllWorx 10x PBX system which is connected to 6 outside Verizon lines.

This brings me to my current problem. The AllWorx 10x PBX system is completely certified and guaranteed to work with Vonage, as well as several other internet telephone companies. My client chose Vonage for it's reputation and for it's constant growth which is outpacing other companies.

Anyway he signed up for a $49.99 Vonage business account with the hopes that Vonage would work with his system. As we sat down and worked with this today, I discovered that Vonage would need to send me the SIP Server address/Outbound Proxy/Registrary addresses in order to get the PBX to work correctly with the Vonage service. I called Vonage and was told that they could not give out that information, although things may change down the road and to call back.

This leaves my client pretty paniced as he needs phone access for his growing business. In fact the employee's are using up the available analog lines and some offices are getting crowded lines. Initially my clients goal was to see if Vonage could replace analog lines and to have 6-8 numbers with Vonage so that 6-8 people could have simultaneous conversations on the Vonage accounts.

Appearantly while the PBX is designed to work with Vonage, Vonage wouldn't cooperate and give the needed info. Now my question is, is there anyway to use the Motorola Phone adapter to connect into the PBX system as a way to get an additional 1-2 lines to work with internet telephone? Or is this something that just won't work until Vonage releases the SIP info???

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2006 7:34 am    Post subject: Re: Vonage with Allworx 10x PBX system Reply with quote Back to top

bawalker wrote:
Appearantly while the PBX is designed to work with Vonage, Vonage wouldn't cooperate and give the needed info. Now my question is, is there anyway to use the Motorola Phone adapter to connect into the PBX system as a way to get an additional 1-2 lines to work with internet telephone? Or is this something that just won't work until Vonage releases the SIP info???

You'll have to have some sort of analog interface for the Motorola adapter. I'm not sure how PBXs work, but would something like Trixbox work? http://trixbox.org/

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 19, 2006 10:50 pm    Post subject: Allworx 10x PBX - More to it that you think Reply with quote Back to top

I have PBX experiance but not with Allworx.

In any case I would have Allworx involved. They will get better results talking to Vonage that you. Most likley they already have the relationship in place and can get the information you need. It will be money well spent for your client. You will be needed to facilitate the project for your client.

There is going to be more to this than simply plugging in the lines.
Trunk access security will need to be addressed.
Call routing...

If your client has CO trunks now they most likley are paying for Long Distance. A PBX should be able to route these calls over the Vonage trunks.

Im pretty sure it not what you wanted to here, Sorry

Good Luck
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 22, 2006 12:56 pm    Post subject: Using Vonage with PBX Reply with quote Back to top

Vonage used to have a SIP plan that they have currently put on hold. This was available only through authorized VARs such as Neobits - Click to see Neobits Vonage Plans

However, since this is not currently available, your other choices are
1- REPLACE some of your analog lines with lines connected to the Vonage Motorola adapters,
2- ADD an analog gateway (to expand the number of analog lines the PBX can accept), and connect the Motorola gateways to this: Click to see the Epygi 6-port FXO gateway
3- Go with a different provider who will provide SIP plans: Click to see other SIP Providers

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Neobits Sales
(NOTE: We are an authorized distributor for Allworx and Epygi)
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 04, 2008 9:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

That's funny because I had my Allworx 6x working just fine. Though I was only using one Vonage line. If Vonage will give you 6-8 lines, I would assume you could plug 6-8 phone lines into their adapter. You should then be able to plug those "analog" lines into your 10x and not have any problems. The 10x allows you to use both SIP and analog lines.
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