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Wednesday, January 25, 2006
Small unit that provides voip and gateway functions. Interfaces for ethernet, and for "normal analogue telephone (or cordless) and a standard PSTN line. In
technical terms, this has both an FXS and an FXO interface - the FXS
interface allows a normal telephone to be turned into an IP phone and
the FXO interface provides connectivity to a PSTN line (or of course
another voip adapter which is locked by the provider). These interfaces
can be configured independantly using the onboard web interface where
when you log in as an admin user and switch to advanced mode, there are
hundreds of settings ..." Has instructions for remote control by Asterisk. About $100. It ought to would work with a virtual machine Asterisk
, I suppose. (Spec sheet here
). 3:41:26 PM
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