Business SIP trunking is used to provide a secure communication and sharing platform for business people, who need to be able to get in touch with each other. As the popularity of the service increases so does the demand for businesses that provide this kind of service. However, the process of choosing one of the many Skype providers that are available to you can be a little complicated.
If you want to use Skype for business SIP trunking then there are a few things that you will need to know. One of them is that there are three different types of SIP trunking services: PXE trunking, PXE-to-IP Trunking, and IP Relay. Each of these three different types of SIP trunking services has its own set of benefits that you should consider when selecting one for your company.
The first type of SIP trunking that you can use with Skype for business is called PXE. This type of SIP trunking allows you to have access to a PXE enabled network via which you can communicate with clients on your LAN using a special type of PXE trunking hardware. With this type of system in place, you can configure the PXE trunking hardware in such a way as to allow it to be used to provide an alternative form of PXE access to your customers. This means that you can have PXE access to your clients, while still allowing you to keep your company’s internal systems using a PXE based configuration. The PXE trunking hardware will allow your internal systems to use a SIP protocol.
Another important thing to note about PXE trunking is that the hardware for this type of system is different than PXE hardware. Therefore, the PXE software that is being used to configure the PXE hardware for the PXE network will not be available as part of the SIP trunking software. Instead you will need to purchase this type of software separately.
If you are looking to use Skype for business to provide an Internet Telephony option for your customers, you will also want to know about IP Relay. This type of SIP trunking allows you to create a connection between your internal systems and the network of your customers using VoIP technology. Instead of using PXE, IP Relay also uses the PUP or Peer-to-Peer protocol to provide an Internet Telephony solution.
It should be noted that while IP Relay provides an Internet Telephony solution it does not provide a SIP trunking solution. Instead it will use PXE technology to provide a SIP trunking solution to your business instead of providing an Internet Telephony solution. IP Relay is an excellent option if you want to provide a more affordable and flexible type of SIP solution for your employees and clients.
If you are looking for a provider that provides a hosted SIP solution then you should consider the IP Relay solution that is provided by Microsoft. This Microsoft hosted solution can be installed and used with Skype for business.
These are just a couple of examples of the many different types of SIP trunking that are available for you to take advantage of when you need to have a secure business communication solution that works well with Skype for business. In the case of Microsoft hosted solutions the software will provide you with all of the features that you will need to make sure that your communication is secure and you can stay connected in real time. You can also select from any of the many SIP trunking servers that are on the market so that you can get the best out of your SIP solution.