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    Wireless Access Point Configuration

    Wireless access points (WAP) are determined from the initial network blueprint, and your project manager will install and configure your access points to ensure that they are both functioning smoothly and at the proper speed. This will allow you and your employees to access the internet from any point in your building without interruption.

    WAN Circuit Activation

    Once all connections are installed and configured, your telecom project manager contacts your provider’s network operations center to activate the data connection. This gets your building online and ready to go.

    NRFU Testing

    The last step in the full network setup process is testing to ensure that every access point and a piece of equipment is working reliably. Each component is tested, along with every internet-capable device, so that your project manager is leaving you with a perfectly functioning network.

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    VoIP phone system installation:

    A software system differs from a hardware system insofar that the software simply needs to be installed on a computer or mobile phone, enabling it to be used as a VoIP phone (and thus making it a softphone). Headsets and handsets can also be plugged into a computer for ease of use when it comes to making and receiving calls, but the basic principle of a software VoIP solution is that it is a programme to be installed, rather than a piece of kit to be plugged in. Read about how to install a software VoIP phone system here!
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