The Deployment of IPPBX & IP Phones in Local Area Network

The Deployment of IPPBX & IP Phones in Local Area Network

How to deploy an IPPBX together with an IP phone, and a SIP trunk in the #LAN? – This is the FAQ from many of our end users.

Therefore, in this video, we’ll walk you through the deployment of IP-based devices to build up a #VoIP telephone system in the office. We will make use of the following devices: a switch connected to the local router, a Yeastar S300 VoIP PBX, a Yealink IP phone, and a laptop for configuring all these devices.

2 major tasks on each device before started:
Task 1: Set the network interface of the device. 01:18
Task 2: Connect the LAN port of the #PBX to the switch, and connect the laptop to the switch. 03:15

Then let’s get started step by step:
Step 1: Connect the IP phone and switch with the port internet 03:44
Step 2: Configure the SIP dedicated trunk on Yeastar PBX 03:55
Step 3: Connect the network cable to the WAN port of PBX 05:21
Step 4: Configure the static route on the PBX 05:28
Last but not least: Reboot the PBX to make all configurations work.

If you would like to know more about Dedicated SIP Trunking on Yeastar S-Series VoIP PBX, please go to our online document center here: