On Mon, 25 Jul 2005, Niall O Broin wrote:
> I am of course only interested in phones which work with Asterisk,
> but I imagine pretty much all VOIP phones will do that.
What I'd be really interested in is a GSM 'mini-cell' for my house.
Nearly everyone already has a small wee phone they carry around with
them, if you could have these connect to your own 'home-cell', and
have that cell be able to interact with Asterisk to deliver calls
to/from VoIP<->'home-GSM-cell' that'd be really useful...
says "outgoing and incoming calls from IP to GSM", but not sure
whether that covers 'act as GSM mini-cell'..
Anyone know of such things?
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