On Mon, 2005-05-23 at 16:02 +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
> Aargh ! - this has been on my todo list for the longest time. I've even
> spent some time working on it, with little success. I've been trying to
> use zaphfc, which is supposedly better than using the ISDN4Linux
> drivers BUT it's a quagmire of incompatible patch versions IME. This
> looks rather interesting http://www.bartroos.com/asterisk and I
> intend to work through it Real Soon Now.
>Well, I might download asteriskathome:
and give it a whirl with it, and see if I can get it to do something.
> > I am still interested in getting some of the FXO cards, and this looks
> > interesting:
> > http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?> > ViewItem&category=1503&item=5776219645&rd=1
>> Pity about the carriage though, but it's still a good price. However,
> these are NOT Digium FXO cards but compatible (hopefully) clones.
>Yeah, I have noticed that on ebay lately, alot of vendors are 'selling
cheaply' and ripping people off on the postage. I saw one guy charging
£50 for Royal Mail first Class postage in the UK (!)
The install guide on the asteriskathome site says the clone cards often
lead to echoes on the line.
Also, can these clone cards be used for analogue handsets? Those Cisco
IP phones look nice but they are still a bit expensive! (Especially that
really nice color one they have out now..)
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