Huffman Trucking Network Systems
Network and Telecommunications Concepts
Telephone and Data Networks
The corporate main office is in Ohio. The office at this location uses Avaya Digital Phone System and is connected to a Cisco 10 MB Hub. All equipments in this location get access to the Avaya Digital Phone System through the 10 MB Hub. The plant at the Ohio location has set up different workstations; each workstation has a wireless bar code, scanner, shipper, and telephone. The office in California is currently using Private Branch eXchange System PBX system as communication system, routing incoming calls to the appropriate extension in the office. The California office uses The Plain Old Telephone Service POTS, with and intercom. The current POTS does not have caller ID nor does Voice Mail. All the connection phones in California’s office are connected to the PBX. The plant in California uses a different phone system than the California office. The California Plant uses the Nortel Digital Phone System. The phone system is Voice-over-IP, which is VOIP; basically this phone system is connected to an Ethernet connection. The office in Missouri is currently using Avaya Digital Phone System; this system is connected to a Cisco 10MB Hub. The Avaya Digital Phone System connects all the phones and faxes in the location. The plant at the Missouri location has set up different workstations. Each workstation has a wireless bar code scanner, printer, shipper, and a telephone. All the workstations are connected to the Cisco 10 MB Hub. The office at the New Jersey locations also uses PBX Telephone system with an intercom (POTS). The New Jersey office’s telephone system does not have caller ID nor does have Voice Mail, and only count with one fax machine. New Jersey’s plant uses the same telephone system that it uses in its office, which is the PBX telephone System (POTS). New Jersey’s has their plant set up to where...
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