Id be grateful for a bit of help on (all matters) VoIP! First off, sorry for the commercial content of this post, I hope it doesnt transgress any rules. I just drew the short straw and got tasked with finding the information! Our (small) company allow their employees to work from home or the office. We also have a small office in Australia, a sub contractor in Ireland, one in the far east and customers around the country. In an effort to save costs on phone calls (especially to Australia and Ireland) we would like to utilise VoIP as most of us have broadband access. Ive been having a look at Skype and the facilities provided using a Draytek 2600VG router. My questions are: Would a user with Skype be able to make a direct connection to the VoIP port on the Draytek router and vice-versa? If I run Skype on my laptop, will it all work, whether my laptop is at home or in the office? What is the maximum number of calls that can be held on an ADSL line with 2Meg download and 256k upload? This is my concern as unless we have only one handset in the office, Im worried it might all grind to a halt if we have numerous handsets on the go. One of my Australian customers uses a VoIP system from a company called Integra. What are the chances of this being compatible with Skype? Im guessing Nill? What is the perceived best route forward? A system like Skype or the SIP system that the Draytek router provides? Thanks for reading so far! I hope you can shed some light on the above.