PSTN adaptor was: [clug] Wanted: ALSA based linux SIP phone software
wildfire at progsoc.uts.edu.au
Thu Feb 10 14:22:54 GMT 2005
On Thu, Feb 10, 2005 at 02:49:39PM +1100, Michael Still wrote:
> Asterisk rocks. Now I'm trying to make the phone on my desk at home ring
> from Seattle, using SIP. No bananas, apparently I need more than just
> port 5060 opened. Then again, I did no testing with this SIP app before
> I left, so it might be something else.
> Now, all I need is a PSTN card, and I'll be totally 'lete.
There are a number of choices - either a card or an external box.
I bought a Sipuura 3000 (AUD~$200) which is an FXS/FXO device. It is
Austel approved and can work with Asterisk (though I just got it a few
days ago, so I haven't set it up yet).
PSTN cards (from Voicetronix or Digium) are very expensive I've found.
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