SIP is commonly used for internet media that is real-time such as Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone calls, video conferencing, and instant messaging.
SIP forwarding gives AVOXI Admins the ability to forward incoming calls to your AVOXI virtual number to a SIP address or PBX.
Easily integrate your current in-house PBX or third-party platform (example: MS Teams) with your AVOXI online platform, and instantly enable outbound calling to any destination around the world.
Microsoft Phone System Direct Routing is the service inside of Teams that allows organizations to connect external phone lines (numbers) and use Teams as an office phone system.
When routing your inbound calls to your Twilio platform, you are required to configure some settings in your Twilio platform.
Log in to the management interface of your 3CX and do the following: Go to SIP Trunks Select ‘Add SIP trunk’ ‘Select Country’: choose ‘Generic’ ‘Select Provider’: pick ‘Generic VoIP Provider’ ‘Main Trunk No’: enter the default number that you want to display, in the international format including a leading + sign.
S etting Up IP Whitelisting When setting up your call forwarding to Asterisk it is important to whitelist AVOXI’s signaling IPs within Asterisk.
To expand your number inventory you can purchase numbers from AVOXI and forward them into your Five9 account.
When routing your inbound calls to your Genesys platform, you are required to configure some settings within your Genesys platform.
To expand your number inventory you can purchase numbers from AVOXI and forward them into your Talkdesk account.