rhkramer at gmail.com
Sun Oct 16 10:03:23 EDT 2005
On Saturday 15 October 2005 09:52 pm, Linc Fessenden wrote:
> The quality is as good or almost as good as a normal pots connection,
> the price is $10 a month for unlimited in state calling and only 3.9
> cents/min for out of state, and the gadgets are wickedly cool. Aside
> from easilly running a software phone client, I also got a VOIP Systems
> MTA-102 2-line sip adapter from a friend for only $35. This allows me
> to hook 2 regular telephones to my asterisk box each on their own
> extensions, not including any extensions I have set up for software
> clients. So now I have a full PBX system in my house with different
> extensions for different phones, extension to extension calling, voice
> mail boxes for each (if I like), inbound and outbound VOIP phone
> service, wake up calls, local weather reports, music on hold, call
> transfering, and a myriad of other nifty things I have only begun to
What kind of broadband connection do you have?
I'm guessing it's not DSL, or, if it is, has the telephone company allowed you
to cancel your standard POTS?
> Looking around on people's websites I see people doing things like
> having a door phone which rings only internal home extensions and is
> wired to electronic door latches, extensions that forward to other
> peoples asterisk systems, etc, etc.. Like I said, this is pretty cool.
Yes, neat stuff!
More information about the Lvlug