SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is the network protocol that establishes and communicates connections for IP (Internet) Telephony, the modern equivalent of an old telephone line. The Trunk refers to a group of phone lines. Combining SIP phone lines, phone numbers and Direct Inward Dials (DIDs), you can create complex and flexible IP-PBX systems.
A SIP Trunk utilises Internet Telephony Service Providers to provide Unified Communications to end users. Using an IP-PBX software – like 3CX, users are now able to phase out the old Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), moving from physical copper lines to IP Telephony. VoIP and Unified Communications solutions offer audio, video, web, email, chat and more through the IP network.
C2 Communications’ SIP Trunks
Are Tier 1
C2 Communications’ SIP Trunks are provisioned on Tier 1 carriage to provide fast provisioning of new services, excellent quality of service, and direct routing to the Australian telecommunications network.
Our efficient VoIP services ensure your telephony bill from a traditional fixed line carrier will reduce by up to 50% on call costs and line rental.
3CX Supported VoIP Provider
C2 Communications’ SIP Trunks were the first 3CX supported SIP services in Australia over 10 years ago. The strength of our VoIP services has been maintained ever since, with a strong record in excellent service delivery and commitment to both platforms. Our efforts have continued to be recognised in recent years, with our unbroken run of consecutive years as a 3CX Titanium Partner making us one of Australia’s most preferred VoIP providers.
How it Works
C2 Communications SIP Trunks are provisioned on request on our Tier 1 carriage softswitch. The SIP Trunk register’s onto our network using 3-way authentication from your 3CX Phone System. As a preferred VoIP Partner, C2 Comms authentication templates can be found in the VoIP registration field of the PBX.
When you find the VoIP provider that feels right, it makes all the difference.