S-Series VoIP PBX Basic Configuration and Initial Settings

A Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) based Private Branch Exchange (PBX) is a powerful business communication tool that can do the following. It can connect internal and external phone lines, manage call routing and forwarding, and provide a host of other features that can streamline business communication processes. This article will explore the basic configuration of an S-Series VoIP PBX and provide an overview of the setup process.

Setting up the S-Series VoIP PBX

To set up the S-Series VoIP PBX, you need to connect it to your local network using a standard Ethernet cable. After the connection, log in to the PBX’s web interface to configure various settings, such as the IP address, the SIP trunk provider, and the extensions used by your employees. Additionally, you can set up call routing rules and configure advanced features, such as call recording, voicemail, and call forwarding.

It’s important to consider your organization’s specific needs while configuring your S-Series VoIP PBX. If you have remote employees, you can set up the PBX to support remote extensions, while setting up multiple extensions can ensure that everyone has access to the system.


Overall, the S-Series VoIP PBX is an excellent choice for business communication needs, whether you are a small business owner or the IT manager of a large corporation. By following the basic configuration steps outlined above, you can set up your PBX and customize it to meet the unique requirements of your organization.

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