Friday, January 14, 2011

How VoIP Work

The interesting thing about VoIP is the many ways to make calls. Currently there are 3 different types of methods most often used to make VoIP layalan, namely:

-> ATA (Analog Telephone Adapter)
The most simple and most common is to use a device called the ATA. ATA allows us to connect a regular telephone to a computer or connected to the Internet to use VoIP. ATA is a device signal converter from analog to digital. The way it works is to change the analog signal from the phone and turn it into data
digital transmitted over the Internet. Providers like Vonage and AT & T ATA Callvantage making tool and give it for free to customers as part of their service. They stay open ATA, installing telephone cable into the device, and VoIP can be used. Several types of ATA packaged and bundled with additional software that must be installed on the computer to configure the ATA, but generally it was just a very easy setting.

-> IP Phones
This special telephone seemed the same as regular phone. But besides having the standard RJ-11 connectors, IP Phones also has an RJ-45. IP Phones connect directly from
phone to the router, and within the existing IP Phones all hardware and software that is installed inside the support to call IP. Soon, IP Phone
wireless (wireless) will be available, and allows users to make VoIP calls from hotspots that are available.

-> Computer-to-Computer
This method is clearly the easiest way to make VoIP calls. You even do not pay a penny to make long distance calls. There are several companies that offer low cost programs and even games that can be used to make VoIP calls. You must provide only the programs (software), microphone, speakers, soundcard and an internet connection, preferably a relatively fast Internet connection such as cable or DSL connection. In addition to monthly ISP fee, there is usually no longer charge for the call-to-Computer Computer, no matter how far away.

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