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Asterisk and Voice Modems

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Anonymous
June 9, 2005 4:50:25 PM

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Are there particular types of Voice Modems compatible with Asterisk?

Could one use a voice modem and patch it into the soundcard to use the
analog modem over VoIP?

Thanks
-Don

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Anonymous
June 10, 2005 3:57:58 AM

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donfanning@msn.com writes:
>Are there particular types of Voice Modems compatible with Asterisk?

Yes, the one that they sell as the old FXO card. Otherwise, no.

>Could one use a voice modem and patch it into the soundcard to use the
>analog modem over VoIP?

Seems like a tangle of hack to get away from pay $99 (or $25 if you
are cheap and don't want to pay Digium) to do it the right way and
just get a properly supported card.
Anonymous
June 10, 2005 8:23:57 AM

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>Seems like a tangle of hack to get away from pay $99 (or $25 if >you are cheap and don't want to pay Digium) to do it the right way >and just get a properly supported card.

Why not? That's the beauty of open-source, being able to hack your own
hardware together.
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