Using VPN to connect your VoIP phones, Sip trunks and Gateways securely

Using VPN to connect your VoIP phones, Sip trunks and Gateways securely

There are many ways to secure your connection, and SIPINK provides several choices and different protocols. This ensures that you will be able to connect to us from any network situation.

  • OpenVPN (direct) ( currently available in Public Beta)
  • OpenVPN (stunnel)  ( PA)
  • OpenConnect / Cisco AnyConnect  ( PA)
  • L2TP/IPsec  ( PA)
  • Shadowsocks  ( PA)

Made more for UI access, but can be used for VoIP if above options cannot be used.

  • SSH  ( PA)
  • Tor  ( PA)
PA : Private Alpha, access granted to select distributors only

SIPINK’s VPN can be used in the following scenarios:

Connecting on Premise PBX Systems to your SIPINK Sip trunks:

  • Asterix
  • Freeswitch
  • 3CX
  • FreePBX
  • Cisco

Connecting Various VoIP Phones to our Hosted PBX:

  • Aastra
  • Fanville
  • Bria
  • Grandstream
  • Xlite
  • Cisco
  • Yealink
  • Polycom
  • Snom

Connecting Gateways to our Hosted PBX:

Using our GUI Securely

You will need:

Windows client
Linux client
Mac OSX client
Raspberry pi (SBC gateway) (guide and image coming soon, contact support for dirty script)

 

SIPINK provides a VPN service for client’s. Access is provided for free during the BETA stage and later on there will be a charge on a per VPN deployment basis.

Please note that this is BETA stage and thus we do not promise reliability and the system might be taken down for improvements on the server.

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