The Internet in the office and how to configure?

Hi all, interested in the question of the organization of the Internet and telephony in the office.
3 branches
What you need:
Local mesh - volume 100 GB. (2 branches, to each its own, or shared, is better overall)
Telephony - 3 branches in different cities about 10-15 jobs in General.
1C and CRM.

Suggest to organize :
Two servers - one for 1s and the other in telephony.
On the server under the telephony to put Asterix, and on the same server to deploy Mikrotik for routing.
And to wrap wires office ( though small)

Tell me your suggestions
It may have any other interesting offers.
Don't really understand, for this I ask of the Council.
March 19th 20 at 09:08
2 answers
March 19th 20 at 09:10
Local mesh - volume 100 GB.

Well, if you use such terminology, you would be better to invite an outside specialist.

Network with branch offices through VPN. The ATSK out one interface out - phones branches may knock directly, then the connection will not fall off in case of forking the VPN.

On the server under the telephony to put Asterix, and on the same server to deploy Mikrotik for routing.

Yeah, and when a server falls, it will fall and the entire network. Don't ever do that, buy separate Microt.

Two servers - one for 1s and the other in telephony.

And a file? AND AD?

You can not confuse the office wires, and buy a WiFi router and WiFi-whistles in every computer.
Yeah, and when a server falls, it will fall and the entire network. Don't ever do that, buy separate Microt.

CHR Mikrotik, Cisco CSR with representatives of HP, Dell, IBM, VMWare, Citrix, and Open Source community nervous giggling in the corner.
You can not confuse the office wires, and buy a WiFi router and WiFi-whistles in every computer.

But you do not need, WiFi for phones, tablets and guests and permanent jobs needs to be connected with a wire, because the ether is not elastic and not permanent - carlee_Ernser55 commented on March 19th 20 at 09:13
But you do not need, WiFi for phones, tablets and visitors

For small office where no network - the most it. Tested. - Gregoria.Barrows commented on March 19th 20 at 09:16
@Gregoria.Barrows, Well, the author stated that he had 10-15 machines in a small office and it's a lot. No, it will work, but may catch, especially if it is an office building with a dozen, other neighbor's wifi. - carlee_Ernser55 commented on March 19th 20 at 09:19
@carlee_Ernser55,
problem to catch, especially if it is an office building with a dozen, other neighbor's wifi.

That's just exactly the same situation I was :)
Basically, if they're going to sit in this building for a long time, and it is possible for the network to hold the wire. And if not - why, if it is then merge to another location? - Gregoria.Barrows commented on March 19th 20 at 09:22
@Gregoria.Barrows, Well, everything is quite individual and quite shaky, someone lucky and someone falls into the jamb. Designers will begin to distill models from the server and back and all that caked vivica and neighbors turned the power of their points on high, so the signal was better, as it seems, and then the speed drops to 15-20 Mbps, which is sad. And to stretch the cable to the 15-and jobs, in a small room, it is not expensive - carlee_Ernser55 commented on March 19th 20 at 09:25
Designers will begin to distill models from the server and back and all that caked vivica and neighbors turned power


In-about-from, thank, reminded, in my case, network load was only RDP to the server so that your truth :) - Gregoria.Barrows commented on March 19th 20 at 09:28
Telephony tell me better may have the option of a cloud PBX?
I need when I called the branch in my town , I could quite happily send the call to another PBX in another branch.
And what to do with the Internet in the office, I do not scrap to hold through the wire, I can easily do.
And what terminology are absolutely not important to do all you can, question time.
And the time is now enough. So tell me, are not afraid of any of the terms and complexities. - gregg commented on March 19th 20 at 09:31
@gregg,
maybe there is an option of cloud PBX?

Is.

I need when I called the branch in my town , I could quite happily send the call to another PBX in another branch.

Again, the problem with the terminology. In the other branch will be your Asterisk or other SIP service?

The problem with the terminology entails a misunderstanding, and as a result, this wrong advice and well-founded doubts that you really understand what you suggest. - Gregoria.Barrows commented on March 19th 20 at 09:34
March 19th 20 at 09:12
Specify the city a proposal for the RFP and working conditions, in short, everything that you should specify while placing jobs. Oh Yes! This is not a resource. More suited to "My circle"

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