The Premitel VoIP internet phone service for business is a low-cost, feature-rich & replacement for analogue and ISDN phone systems before the 2025 switch-off.
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We have listed below some specific advice that we have given clients over the years covering a wide variety of technology solutions and business situations.
The traditional method of implementing a connection to a remote router and to devices on the LAN behind the router is to use port forwarding or a VPN.
This method is not possible with most 4G connections as these use a technology called CGNAT which allocates dynamic private IP addresses to 4G connections.
Over the next few years there will be a widespread migration to Fibre-to-the-Premise broadband connections. At the same time the traditional phone network that is based on copper cabling will be phased out.
This means that end-users who want to continue to have a “landline” phone service will either need new phones or an adaptor to enable connection of their existing phones.
There are occasions when a device (eg a VoIP phone, a server or another router) that is connected to a LAN interface of a Mikrotik router requires a public IP address.
Premitel have developed a step-by-step guide to configuring Mikrotik router with public IP subnet to be used by devices attached to LAN interface without NAT
Most of us use WiFi to connect to the internet and have experienced frustration when it is difficult to connect to the internet because of a poor WiFi signal.
There is little that can be done about this when we are out and about, but there are steps that can be taken to boost the WiFi signal in your home or office.