The difference between FXO and FXS
FXO and FXS are the ports used by analog phone lines and analog phones and faxes.
These two interfaces are always paired (FXO is always connected to FXS and vice versa).
In telecommunications, FXS and FXO are used to indicate whether VoIP equipment is designed to support analog phones (stations, FXS) and analog lines (office, FXO).
FXS is the port used by analog lines, example: telephone jack on the wall / FXS ports of an analog telephone exchange used to connect analog devices.
To connect analog devices to VoIP PBX, use FXS media gateway (media gateway with FXS port).
FXO is the port used by analog devices, example: FXO port of an analog phone, modem, fax (these devices are often called FXO devices), FXO port of an analog telephone exchange used to connect lines.
FXO media gateway (media gateway with FXO port) is necessary to connect analog line to VoIP PBX.
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In 2012 we have introduced the *wildixin.com domain thanks to which it is now possible to:
- easily remember how to connect to your PBX from remote places
- access PBXs which do not have a static Public IP
Wildix is the only vendor to offer these features, fully integrated into the system.
It is possible to set up the PBX domain name via WMP (Wildix Management Portal).
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Okay, so you need to install a W-AIR DECT system.
Multi-storey buildings with elevators, metal constructions, columns, corridors, large halls – this all can create audio problems.
How to ensure the correct handover and the best audio quality at customer premises in such conditions?
Here are the 5 simple rules to follow in order to avoid the most typical errors:
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No matter how good your service or product is, the most important thing is to meet the customer’s expectations. Nowadays many companies request the possibility to integrate the communication capabilities directly into the web applications or software used in their company.
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Suppose there is a company that would like to buy a new communication system.
What do you think they are searching for?
They are searching for all those features that help to improve the office work flow..
Your competitors do their best to extend the list of those features that would fit any type of business and any type of office…
Now you have two options: either you fight fiercely against them, or your use your brains and you simply change the playing field.
Change the playing field!
Take your customer outside the office* and stand out from the competition.
* (not physically but mentally)
Here is how you can do it:
While talking to your customer and trying to figure out the problems he or she has, ask this simple question:
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