No, with Broadvox, SIP trunks can be provisioned with a dynamic IP address using registration.
https://www.inflowcomm.com/logo/inflow_logo.png00Brendan Polkhttps://www.inflowcomm.com/logo/inflow_logo.pngBrendan Polk2010-05-13 09:00:042016-04-24 09:13:04Do I need a static IP address to support SIP trunks?
I get so excited about the technology, how to deploy it, what it looks like in a fail-over scenario, etc. I often forget to talk about how to use SIP to save money on phone bills. Cost-savings related to SIP is the number one reason why our ShoreTel and Allworx business is flourishing in this economy. It is also the reason why my company is growing rapidly. Once people can get their head around this concept - the light goes on! SIP trunks can save a business 40% to 70% on their phone bills! So without spewing out a brochure to you, I'll talk to the real-world experiences we've come across and implemented and how to save money on phone bills.
https://www.inflowcomm.com/logo/inflow_logo.png00Brendan Polkhttps://www.inflowcomm.com/logo/inflow_logo.pngBrendan Polk2010-05-11 08:00:052016-04-24 09:13:05SIP: How to save money on phone bills?
Actually, 911 works very well. With Broadvox, it’s all about the number that is out-pulsed from the customer’s telephone system (which is usually easily configurable in the phone system). The number out-pulsed has to be a 911-registered number with Broadvox. The following examples illustrate this:
https://www.inflowcomm.com/logo/inflow_logo.png00Brendan Polkhttps://www.inflowcomm.com/logo/inflow_logo.pngBrendan Polk2010-05-06 08:30:032016-07-05 07:20:44How does 911 work with SIP trunks?
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