Solution White Paper:

DNS and DHCP Services for Voice over IP (VoIP)

Voice over IP (VoIP) reduces telecom costs, especially for long-distance. The most common application of VoIP involves sending voice data over packet-based networks using the Internet Protocol suite instead of the standard public switched telephone network (PSTN). Learn how DNS and DHCP core services are an essential technology for the successful implementation of VoIP.

What you will learn:

  • Simplifying the transition to VoIP with DNS and DHCP
  • Managing the DHCP configuration options required by VoIP networks
  • The easier way to configure and manage ENUM zones and NAPTR resource records

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