How SIP Trunking Works For your business
What is SIP Trunking?
Below you'll see a very simple SIP trunking diagram. In this diagram, the SIP trunk is the string between the two tin cans. SIP trunking is a service offered by an ITSP (Internet Telephony Service Provider) like N2Net that permits businesses that have a PBX installed to implement voice over IP (VoIP) to route voice traffic using the same bandwidth the Internet connection provides.
One end of the tin can is the IP or digital business phone system at the client side, and the other end is the switch here at N2Net. The string might be a broadband connection (DSL/Cable), dedicated T1 or Metro Ethernet circuit. We move the minutes just like the traditional phone company would, but in many cases, we can do it cheaper, and we can offer added flexibility for multiple office locations.
SIP Trunking is one of N2Net's suite of office products. With our SIP Trunking service we deliver scalable SIP Trunking Solutions for your business. Our voice and data network is redundant and secure with 24/7 access & monitoring. Additionally, N2Net offers direct connections to ILEC's, CLEC's, and multiple SIP backbones for guaranteed quality of service using SIP.
Being a Cleveland voice carrier, we offer aggressive pricing for transport and minutes with quality of service options with US-48 anywhere local & long distance calling plans. Local DID (phone number) porting capabilities in over 10,500 US markets along with toll free 800# service.
Benefits of your Business SIP Trunking with N2Net
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What does it mean to be certified?
N2Net has undergone a certification process with the following phone system manufacturers:
We're also Field Tested with:
- Cisco Call Manager
Being SIP Certified means that we've worked with the manufacturer and have received a certification from them that guarantees support during and post installation should it be required.
Field Tested means that we are not officially certified, but we have systems in the field using our SIP trunks. We make an effort whenever possible to obtain manufacturer certification.