VoIP For Dummies is written for anyone who wants to reduce or eliminate their toll charges while upgrading the level of computer networking services and calling features they receive. Here you discover not only what VoIP is but how you can implement it in your company or home.VoIP (pronounced voyp) is the name of a new communications technology that changes the meaning of the phrase telephone call. VoIP stands for voice over Internet protocol, and it means “voice transmitted over a computernetwork.” Internet protocol (IP) networking is supported by all sorts of networks: corporate, private, public, cable, and even wireless networks. Don’t be fooled by the “Internet” part of the acronym. VoIP runs over any type of network.Currently, in the corporate sector, the private dedicated network option is the preferred type. For the telecommuter or home user, the hands-down favorite is broadband.

Ebook Contents:-

Part I: VoIP Basics

Chapter 1: Getting Down to Business with VoIP

Chapter 2: VoIP: Not Your Father’s Telephone Service

Chapter 3: Everything You Need to Know About Charges

Part II: Taking VoIP to Your Network

Chapter 4: Road Map to VoIP Transports and Services

Chapter 5: Getting Switched

Chapter 6: Going Broadband

Chapter 7: We’re Dedicated

Chapter 8: Going Wireless

Chapter 9: Using VoIP on the Internet

Chapter 10: Telephones and VoIP

Part III: Making the Move to VoIP

Chapter 11: Simplifying Cost Management

Chapter 12: Locations Galore

Chapter 13: Setting Up the Smaller Office

Chapter 14: Providing Dollars and Support for VoIP

Part IV: The Part of Tens

Chapter 15: Ten Reasons Why Your Company Should Switch to VoIP

Chapter 16: Ten Reasons Why You Should Switch to VoIP at Home

Chapter 17: Ten VoIP Myths

Chapter 18: Ten VoIP Manufacturers

Part V: Appendixes

Appendix A: VoIP Providers

Appendix B: Glossary

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