What is the difference between my old phone and an IP phone?

The traditional phone we use is an analog phone. It’s usually based on the Bellcore standard. Only two wires are needed for analog phones, the wire ends in an RJ-11 connector and set up is as simple as plugging that connector into the wall.
An IP phone is very different, in fact it is a combination of two things, a digital phone and a system that converts the digital information into chunks of information  suitable for shipping using the IP. An IP phone requires 8 wires and ends in an RJ-45 connector and unlike the analog phone, set up requires a lot more than just plugging that connector into  the  wall.
Read More:http://www.voip-news.com/rsc/VoiP%20FAQ.pdf

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