Are you tired of paying hundreds of dollars a year for your land line telephone service? Have you tried searching the Internet for something cheaper, only to find thousands of options and have no idea which is the best? Are you ready to cut the telephone company cord? In this training course, you will be shown step by step how to convert your home or small business to VoIP and save money. Included in this course are step by step videos and pictures showing every step of the way. The pictures were taken during the actual installation so they will reflect exactly what needs to be done. This course is designed for beginners who have little or no previous VoIP experience. This course was specifically designed to be easy to follow, with the success of the student in mind.
Throughout this course, the student will learn what hardware is needed, how to configure the hardware, how to configure a VoIP carrier account, register a phone number to a VoIP carrier, place inbound and outbound calls, configure several calling features such as Call Forwarding, Voicemail to Email, Scheduling, Callback, and many more. The student will also learn how to configure 911 emergency services, and what to watch out for in regards to VoIP and 911. The student will also learn how to keep their existing phone number.
This course is not an advanced course on the SIP protocol. This course was designed for the beginner. If you are looking for an advanced SIP course, then this course is not for you. If you are a beginner, have no VoIP experience, and just want to learn how to save money on your phone bill, then this course is for you!!!!!
In this video, you will be informed of all of the items that you will need in order to succeed during this course. Everything is explained in a step by step fashion.
During this video, we will explore options in a step by step fashion on where to find your analog telephone adapter for this course.
In this video, you will be provided step by step instructions on how to set up a VoIP carrier account.
In this video, we will unbox your new HT701 device and set it to factory default.
In this video, you will be shown step by step how to connect your HT701, home phone, and home router together in order to make your new VoIP line work successfully.
After this video, you will be able to obtain the IP address of your new HT701 device.
After this video, you will be able to login to your HT701 and begin configuration items.
In this video, we will make sure that your HT701 is using the correct firmware version, and will install the new firmware if it is not.
In this video, we will order a test phone number from a VoIP carrier.
Configuration of your new VoIP telephone number will be completed during this video.
In this video, we will configure your HT701 device to work with your new VoIP carrier. You should have a working phone after this video.
In the event that you would like to have more than one phone line at
your home, this video will show you how to set up multiple VoIP lines at
your home or small office.
This video will show you how to set up a basic voice mail for your new phone.
This video will show you step by step how to send your voice mails to an email address.
This video will instruct you how to use extension to extension dialing. This feature can save you money if you have multiple locations.
This video will explain in a step by step fashion how to set up call forwarding.
This video explains how to put your features on a schedule. For example, you may want your home phone to forward to your cell phone, but only during the hours of 8am-5pm. This video explains how to put your features on a schedule.
This video explains how to use the Callback feature.
This video explains how to use the DISA service, in order to place calls from another phone, and bill it to your account.
This video explains how to ring multiple numbers at the same time.
This video explains how to look at your historical call logs.
This video will explain how to enter your name and address information into the 911 database. In the event that a 911 call is placed, authorities will have your physical address information.
This video will discuss some of the items to watch out for when working with VoIP.
This video explains how to port and keep your existing phone number.
This video will discuss some common troubleshooting items.
Thank you, and conclusion.
My name is Gabriel King, and I have been working in the vast field of "Telecommunications" for over 20 years. I started out as a contractor installing network cable in large enterprise environments. From there, I eventually worked and succeeded in acquiring my BICSI RCDD certification. From there, I started working with several different VoIP vendors and manufacturers, and am now responsible for a large enterprise VoIP phone system consisting of over 12,000 users. My skills range widely including VoIP, TDM, fiber optics, paging, CATV, construction design, and many more. Throughout my years, I have spent an enormous amount of time researching and learning new things. What bugged me most throughout my research, was when I found training materials that were not step by step, or incomplete. That is why I design my courses to be simple, and easy to follow. Thank you for taking the time to read my bio, and I wish you success in your VoIP endeavors.