Niall O Broin wrote:
> On 23 May 2005, at 21:43, <philb at vodafone.ie> wrote:
>>> Thanks for the feedback. For anyone who's interested, I think the reason
>> the ebay item below is cheap is that it's a discontinued product from
>> (as opposed to a clone, obviously I can't be sure without seeing the
>> card). Here's what Digium have to say about it:
>>> I'm still inclined to the belief that it's a clone card, but ICBW.
I bought a clone on ebay (not from the same vendor) for £15. Works but
the sound quality is not great. They are essentially re-purposed winmodems.
>>>http://www.digium.com/index.php?menu=wildcard_x100p>>> This is unclear as to whether you can use it for internal extensions
> though I think you can.
No, it is an FXO card only, meaning it interfaces with the PSTN side.
You need an FXS card to plug a phone handset into.
>>> While there's no reason to assume that discontinued == rubbish, I'd
>> like to
>> accomodate at least two incoming phone lines so this doesn't suit my
You probably need something like the TDM22B which has 2-port FXS &
2-port FXO, so you can have 2 incoming/outgoing line sand 2 analogue
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