Can VoIP share a T1 line with data?

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Can a VoIP telephone network share a T1 with data traffic, or does it need a dedicated T1?

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jimlynch
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I don't see why not. I'd try that first, you can always get another T1 if you need it later on.

dvarian
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It can share, but you might want to configure the router to give VoIP priority to help ensure higher call quality. 

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