Learn the basics of VoIP, what hardware you need to use it, the challenges of the technology, and some of the added hurdles that it creates.
Voice over Internet Protocol (or VoIP, as it’s more commonly known) is truly a disruptive technology, bringing in new possibilities while departing from traditional telephony in structure. It packetizes normal voice phone calls and transmits them over the Internet, using the same sort of path on which you send and receive e-mail and Instant Messages, or surf the Web. VoIP has changed how network technicians, engineers, and programmers view telecommunications, how it’s transmitted, where it can be delivered, and the lack of flexibility in traditional telephony.
In this eBook, you will learn to:
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