You can attach an asterisk PBX to your POT's line and forward it
directly to any SIP uri using the dial plan.
An alternative is to get a VoIP account with a UK geo/low call number -
(freespeech.co.uk for example).
Tom Salmon wrote:
>> As part of my move to Ireland, I'm investigating ways for friends and family to phone me at reasonable rates.
>> I have dedicated access to a British POTS phone line (with a Linux box located nearby), and was wondering if it's possible to take this analogue phone input into a Linux server, then using a VoIP connection to terminate the call on an Irish network.
>> Does anyone have any experience with this sort of setup?
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