Businesses of all types depend on a fully operational telephone system. Whether you operate a call center, telecommunications business or troubleshooting, the capability for your clients to easily reach your business is important as well as the interconnectivity required within the business space itself. When reaching out to our experts for your telephone networking set up, you can depend on a quality service beginning with the choices of materials and carrying through to the quality in which we establish your network for your business needs.
Telephone and Fax Installation
We have the capability to install all manner of telephone lines to your business, whether this is strictly for telecommunications or to provide you with the necessary data transfer over fax lines. We not only bring you the assistance you need when it comes to the physical installation of your necessary wiring and cabling but also provide you with the experienced services necessary to install these communications portals. When you need the services of professionals who bring capability in all aspects of line installation, you can depend on the experience of Dallas Data Networking to bring you a result you can depend on.
The ability to connect each and every phone line within your property has brought the highest level of benefit to businesses across the Dallas area. Whether for the simplicity of being able to transfer phone calls or to ensure that you can handle higher than normal call volume, the right cabling network will ensure that you have the capability to run as many phone lines is necessary to operate your business to its full potential. With the expertise of Dallas Data Networking in your corner, you can depend on a complete result that gives you that level of ability.
Of course, when it comes to any major network, having the capability to efficiently control the flow of traffic is important. In the context of telephone networks, this comes down to the necessary switchboard service, ensuring that each and every line is running through one center of control in order to operate your network efficiently. Our professionals are highly experienced when it comes to providing this means of control to your business, providing you with a variety of different options available in order to ensure that you get the best possible results with one simple phone call to our offices.
Dallas Data Networking has been bringing telephone networking installation, repair and maintenance services to the Dallas area over the course of many years. It is always our ambition to provide you with the highest level of experience in capability when it comes to our networking capabilities, giving you the means to depend on your installation the moment our experts are finished with their work. When you need an incomparable level of experience when it comes to your telecommunications network, making the choice to pick up the phone and reaching out to our experts will provide you with the quality you’re looking for.
Telephone wire cabling is an easy job for a well-trained technician who is conversant with phone systems. First, you'll need to note some of the material you'll require before you start the task namely:
• 4-core wire( has black, blue, red, and yellow colors)
• Clipping tool
Telephones use only two wires to connect to the phone extensions on the PABX. On the other hand, the console is used to program the PABX so that telephones within can be used to call people in different offices as well as make calls to the outside of the organization. Unlike other telephones, the telephone console uses four copper wires where two of the wires are used to power it.
Some people might also choose to use cat 6 copper wire that has 8 strands of copper wire.
The process of wiring your office
First, you'll have to run the trunking all over your office to the points that you would like to have the telephones located. After that, you'll have to put in the 4-core copper wire used to connect the phones from the PABX extensions up to the where the telephones will be located. This is very important since it avoids a scenario whereby you have wires all over your office floor which may hinder your movement around the office.
After you're done with the wiring you'll have now started to terminate both ends. Since the telephone uses the 4-core copper wire that is a combination of red, yellow, black, and white, and blue you’ll have to terminate both ends. You’ll have to use the same color-coding on both sides so that you ensure the telephones to communicate. You’ll clip the RJ-11 to ensure copper wire strands have been fitted into it using a clipping tool.
On the other end since you’ll be using a module use the pushdown to place the wires to their respective position matching the color codes on the module. You’ll then use a LAN test to ensure that all the wires are connected properly.
You'll then mount the cabinet to the wall using some strong roll bolts after drilling to the wall and filling the walls with some wall plugs. After this, you'll mount the punch panel on which the wires from the other end will terminate. It's usually named from 1 up to 24. You'll then connect some RJ-11 patch codes that you've created to the PABX extension whereby ext-1 is connected to the console so that you can use it to program the PABX.
You’ll then make other RJ-11 patch codes that will connect the telephones to the termination points on the module. These are usually on the wires whereby they are fixed using faceplates. The points are usually labeled. You can then fix your phones to the right place on different locations of the office ready to be used.