What is a SIP-enabled PBX?

PBX (Private Branch Exchange) is the system in your company that connects individual desk extensions to external telephone lines and mobile networks.

A SIP-enabled PBX is a PBX that can connect to the internet and use the SIP protocol to make calls over the internet.

We recommend that you use a Skype Connect™ certified PBX as we cannot ensure all your SIP-enabled PBX features and functions will operate correctly in non-certified SIP-enabled PBXs when used with Skype Connect.

For the current list of Skype Connect certified SIP-enabled PBX vendors, follow this link and click Compatible phone systems:
skype.com/go/business.sip.pbx.vendors

For more information on Skype Connect, you can refer to our PDF User Guides:

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