On-Site PBX

BridgeBOX PBX is a “One Box, Total Solution” for your corporate, regional, multi-location, and remote workers all brought together with unified communication. Whether on-site or in the cloud, we have you covered. We are simply the best decision you can make in a business phone solution.  

NetONE has built a total solution with ease of installation, management, and best of all an ability to scale without having to make changes across your entire organization. Our solid state, military grade, dustproof material makes NetONE the easy choice as the innovative industry leader.

Auto Attendant Call Queuing
Extension Dialing Fax Plans
Number Porting Visual Voicemail
Ring Groups Dial-By-Name Directory
Overhead Paging Call Recordings
Virtual Extensions Voicemail to Email
Toll-Free Numbers After-Hours Routing
Messages-On-Hold Find Me Follow Me

BridgeBOX PBX gives you lots of flexibility. If you are currently using legacy, analog lines to connect the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), or if you would like to see an immediate cost savings by using (VoIP) SIP trunks, we have the solution.

With the BridgeBOX total solution, we offer the optional fully-hosted, realt-time replica of your PBX. That means your PBX is continuously communicating with a cloud-based mirror of your system. In the case that your on-site system were to ever go down and you are still connected to the internet, NetONE would be able to deliver your calls to the office phone that is dual registered with both systems. If the phone is not reachable, NetONE can deliver calls to your cell phone or any other number you would like.  

NetOne 20

  • Current Calls: 8
  • Users/Extensions: Up to 20
  • PCI Expansion Slots: 1 PCIe**
  • Operating System: NetDesk 32 bit
  • CPU: 1 GHz
  • RAM: 1 GB DDR2
  • Hard Drive: 16 GB
  • Network: 3x Gigabit Ethernet
  • USB Ports: 2 in rear panel

NetOne 50

  • Current Calls: 24
  • Users/Extensions: Up to 50
  • PCI Expansion Slots: 1 PCI
  • Operating System: NetDesk 32 bit
  • CPU: 1.5 GHz Dual Core
  • RAM: 2 GB DDR3 - up to 4 GB
  • Hard Drive: 120 GB SSD - 2.5"
  • Network: 1x Gigabit Ethernet
  • USB Ports: 4 in rear panel

NetOne 300

  • Current Calls: 120
  • Users/Extensions: Up to 300
  • PCI Expansion Slots: 1 PCIe**
  • Operating System: NetDesk 64 bits
  • CPU: 2.2 GHz Quad Core
  • RAM: 4 GB DDR3 - up to 128 GB
  • Hard Drive: 2x500 GB - 3.5"
  • Network: 2x Gigabit Ethernet
  • USB Ports: 4 in rear panel

Cloud Based PBX

Save up to 60% on your monthly phone expenses. There’s none of the upfront capital equipment or hardware costs associated with legacy phone systems. All-inclusive pricing includes the great features of an onsite PBX—voice, fax, voicemail, extensions, conferencing, paging, intercom calling, etc. by simply plugging in your modem to a router/firewall that we supply you at no additional cost. Plug in your choice of IP phones into a POE switch that we provide and you are in business. This is a virtual PBX (also known as cloud or hosted PBX) solution.  

Plans and Pricing



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Music on Hold
Caller ID
Call Forwarding
Message Alerts
Follow Me
Do Not Disturb
Auto Receptionist
Call Park
Call Groups
Monitories Queues
Call Pickup
Call Recording

IP Phones

Yealink SIP-T52S

Yealink SIP-T54S

Yealink SIP-T56A

Yealink W52P

Polycom VVX 300

Polycom VVX 400

Polycom VVX 500

Polycom VVX 600

FXS / FXO Gateways

What do the terms FXS and FXO Mean?

FXS and FXO are the name of the ports used by analog phone lines (also known as POTS – Plain Old Telephone Service) or phones.

FXS – Foreign eXchange Subscriber interface is the port that actually delivers the analog line to the subscriber. In other words, it is the “plug on the wall” that delivers a dial tone, battery current, and ring voltage.

FXO – Foreign eXchange Office interface is the port that receives the analog line. It is the plug on the phone or fax machine, or the plug(s) on your analog phone system. It delivers an on-hook/off-hook indication (loop closure). Since the FXO port is attached to a device, such as a fax or phone, the device is often called the “FXO device”.

An FXO Gateway – To connect analog phone lines to an IP phone system you need an FXO gateway. This allows you to connect the FXS port to the FXO port of the gateway, which then translates the analog phone line to a VoIP call. There are a number of different FXO gateways available.

An FXS adapter a.k.a. ATA adapter An FXS adapter – Used to connect an analog phone or fax machine to a VoIP phone system or to a VoIP provider. You need this because you need to connect the FXO port of the phone/fax machine to the adapter.

NetONE Contact Details

  • Address: 8871 W Flaming Rd , Las Vegas, NV 89147
  • Telephone: 1.844.422.4343

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