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Connecting two ipecs together

Connecting two ipecs together

Connecting two ipecs together

(OP)
HI all

I have a site with a mfim100 and now needs to connect to a branch office,
they currently have mfim100 on site A was looking to setup another mfim100 on site B.
how easy is it connect the two together so they can transfer calls etc.
They have a wireless data link between the two buildings already.
thanks in advance....

RE: Connecting two ipecs together

Hi

You will need a networking license for both sites. Can be obtain from your local LG dealer.

You will also need to make sure you have enough VOIP channels spare on each site for the amount of concurrent calls you require.

Other than that, it's just a bit of programming that I can send a doc to you. Best to make sure you can obtain the licenses first though.

Mr Phones.

RE: Connecting two ipecs together

(OP)
Hi Mr Phones.

thanks for your reply, if you could send docs that would be good.
just need to find a dealer that can help, unfortunately been doing LG systems
for years when employed, but now s/e never became a dealer....

RE: Connecting two ipecs together

(OP)
thank you

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