How it works

Use the slide show below to learn how Kerio Operator works. Click the arrows on the sides or swipe left/right to navigate through the slides.

Flexible deployment

Kerio Operator can be deployed as a software installation or as a Vmware virtual appliance on a server within your network. It is also offered as a hardware appliance that can connect directly to your network. Alternatively, if you don‘t want to manage the server yourself, you can use a cloud version. More information...

External calls

Connect your Kerio Operator server to a telephony provider to enable you to make and receive external calls. You can achieve it in two different ways. The most popular approach is to connect the server to an online SIP provider. Alternatively you can connect your Kerio Operator server to an analog phone line via a telephony gateway.

Various connectivity options

Kerio Operator supports a wide array of telephony media which users can use to place or receive calls. Kerio Phone is a native softphone app for Windows, macOS and Linux. Kerio Operator Softphone is a softphone for Android and iOS. Kerio Operator also supports various third-party softphones and hardware phones. Users can connect to Kerio Operator either while in the internal network or via a softphone while roaming in the Internet.

Multiple Kerio Operator servers

If you have many users in multiple offices around the world, you can create and interconnect Kerio Operator servers to achieve high quality voice and video calls by avoiding latency issues and connection drops. This also enables users to reach remote phones directly through their extensions, for free. More information...