Rancang Bangun Perangkat Lunak Billing dan Implementasi Voice Over Internet Protocol
Keywords:billing, VoIP, PBX, SIP
The rapidly evolving communication system enables applications for telephone communication to be carried over the data network known as VoIP (voice over internet protocol). SIP (session initiation protocol) as the signaling protocol is text-based VoIP which can be implemented easily in comparison with other signaling
protocols. The purpose of this paper is designing and implementing VoIP billing up to the company to provide additional facilities for enterprise customers. The methods start with data collection, analysis, design, development, and implementation. The result achieved is a system of VoIP with SIP and Asterisk software which has functions of PBX to provide additional facilities such as VoIP which is a plus for the company and customers. After implemented, the VoIP system and billing features are found work well.
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