How do I get VoIP or a softphone to work with wireless Internet?
If you are working in a business scenario and want to use wireless VoIP, it is important to consider the infrastructure carefully. You especially want to be careful with the hand-off between multiple access points if you are using Wi-Fi VoIP phones as this could result in breaks in your speech path or dropped calls. You will want to consider an infrastructure like that provided by Meru Networks. They have technology that makes multiple access points look like one big access point. Again, PCs with softphones would just require wireless adapters. In this case you'll likely be registering your softphone and Wi-Fi phones with an IP PBX. For an example, check out one on the Zultys website.
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