Just researching VOIP at the moment. We have a main office with a 6 line Panasonic PABX. We have a number of mobile workers in satellite offices which have broadband connections. What we'd like is a gadget that will interface between our broadband connection in our main office and our PABX, such that the remote workers can use a "softphone" of some kind to make free calls via the broadband connection that will enter our PABX and ring an existing extension as per a normal incoming call. Is this possible, without having to change our PABX or existing handsets? We've experimented with Skype but it doesn't allow call transfers to other Skype users, plus we'd have to buy Skype phones for all our staff. We don't really want to go with a virtual PABX as we're stuck in a contract and our existing system is still quite new. Any advice appreciated.
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