The SVX8004 is a VoIP Phone PBX system that supports SIP protocol. It can be registered with multiple SIP Server. The SVX8004 has 2 versions. One of it is with 2 FXS + 2 FXO ports, while the other is with 4 FXO. It offers up to 4 IP trunks and 30 IP Extensions. With the SVX8004, Users can route PSTN calls to VoIP to save telephone costs. It is specially designed for little office VoIP PBX phone system applicatoins. SVX8004 IP PBX is a hybrid telephone system capable of handling both traditional telephone and Voice over IP calls. Using VoIP allows calls from one location to be routed over the Internet to another location, Eliminating long distance charges.
SVX8004 IP PBX system can also directly integrate with VoIP service provider networks. It is very easy to understand, configure, and deploy. The web interface is designed to provide a clean and user-friendly configuration window so that users won't get lost in complicated menus and maintenance. A fully working system can be set up quickly and get ready to communicate. SVX8004 Capacities: > 2 FXS + 2 FXO Ports; > 4 FXO Ports; > 30 IP Extensions > Up to 4 IP Trunks
SVX8004 Main Features: >>> Full PBX Features: SVX8004 IP PBX offers a full range of traditional PBX features like Call ID, Call Forward, Call Transfer, Call Pickup, Call Waiting and more. All such features are available to both analog and VoIP extensions.
>>> Auto Attendant SVX8004 IP PBX handles inbound calls with an auto attendant. Auto attendants answer all incoming calls play a recorded message and route callers to their requested extensions. All voice prompts are fully customizable.
>>> Voice Mail The voice mail feature allows messages to be recorded when a particular extension can not be answered. It is also possible to send particular calls to a voice mail box directly. Voice mail messages are recorded in wav format and are stored in the user's mailbox and optionally forwarded by email to the user.
>>> Automatic Route Selection SVX8004 IP PBX system gives you complete control over your phone lines and extensions. You can automatically place specific types of calls on specific lines.
>>> Line Hunt Group Line Hunt Group consists of analog or VoIP lines that are associated so that calls to any line in the group are rolled over to the next available line in the group when the line is busy. You can move lines within a line Group to set the hunt order.
>>> Extension Ring Group Extension Ring Group is a collection of users. For example a group to handle all sales related calls. An incoming caller wishing to speak to Sales can be directed to that groups, where the call can be answered by any member of the group is available.