If you want to create and set up a VoIP phone system at your home or any workplace (preferably for your small business) , then this guide is for you. VoIP is the latest buzz word in the telecommunication industry.

With VoIP you can avail of many standalone features and benefits as compared to any ISDN phone network indeed. So even if you are untouched by this innovative communication technology, then this is the right time to experience this. 

The entire process of setting up a VoIP phone system is like setting up a new device (or software) that has been purchased. Here is a summary showing how easy it is to set up any VoIP service quickly on your own.

How To Set Up VoIP Server At Home/ For Any Small business?

The steps to set up a VoIP phone at home is really easy and pretty straight forward. Below is the list of steps in the setup process for any VoIP system :

  • Book your VoIP device (VoIP phone) with a dedicated internet connection
  • Attach your phone via LAN cable to the router and wait for a short time,
  • Host your VoIP on a virtual phone (depending upon the users and amount you can spend this can be scalable in nature)
  • Get the IP address and enter your IP address in the web browser and sign in to your account
  • Enter and confirm SIP Provider info in your VoIP phone
  • QoS (Quality of Service) implementation for excellent data and voice quality over the VoIP service
  • Implementation of the security protocols and a virtual firewall for added protection

Now in the below sections, we’ll look into each of these in detail. So just sit back and proceed further.

How To Do A VoIP Business Set Up?

Below are the steps that need to be followed while setting up any VoIP system:

1. Dedicated Internet Connection

A stable Internet network is basically the “nervous system” of any good VoIP phone system. The main purpose is to transmit voice signals between the caller and the receiver.

As a result, with just a few seconds of interruption or poor bandwidth on the Internet network can have huge implications on the voice quality of the VoIP calls.

2. Host your VoIP on a virtual phone

The modern telephone infrastructure networks are situated within a physical telephone grid. The telephone systems are stored in the cloud using distributed VoIP telephone systems.

3. QoS (Quality of Service) implementation

“QoS (Quality of Service) is also a problem in the implementation of a business VoIP telephone system. QoS ensures that packet traffic is not influenced by less critical traffic.

Too much traffic on the network can cause delays or interference in packet transmission, which can dramatically reduce the voice quality.

4. Implementation of Security Protocols

VoIP faces the same risks as any other web service on the Internet. Other protection protocols can help mitigate the most common threats to the health of your VoIP call set up.

Be sure to set up SIP proxies or virtual private networks to prevent unauthorized access when implementing a VoIP program for your business.

5. Establish a VOIP Phone

In the age of flat landline rates and new Internet technology, it seems superfluous to mount a VOIP phone. This, however, is only partly true. There are several different situations in which it makes sense to use such a hardphone (there are software alternatives, too).

In this small tutorial, we would like to show you how to connect and configure a VOIP phone (here a Grandstream) successfully without any technical expertise and thus save significant costs.

Now here is the actual setup of your VoIP phone system, it will be further divided into several small sections below:

For whom this VoIP Service beneficial for?

People who have booked a DSL service with the same company for a very long time, often with an obsolete Internet (router) technology without a phone connection.