VoIP technology converts voice calls from analog to digital to be sent over commodity data networks. This allows the University to use its existing data network to also transport telephone service throughout the campus. VoIP service comes with a variety of features, some inherent to the handset, others which need to be added to the service. All in all, VoIP is a more flexible and functional solution than the former analog telephone system, and is locally managed.
How to dial from the VoIP system: Dialing Instructions
How to make long distance calls: Long Distance Authorization Codes
Additional feature information and guides can be found on the VoIP Features page