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Topic # 32135 14-Apr-2009 11:30 Send private message

Hi there,

I've had a look through the forums but I'm not sure what the best keywords are so haven't had much luck.

Basically wondering if there was anyway to make a VoIP call through my PAP2T using a computer's microphone and speakers over ethernet?

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  Reply # 206809 14-Apr-2009 11:50 Send private message

No.

Under what circumstances would you want to do this? The whole point of having an ATA is so you can plug a regular analogue phone in to make phone calls rather than having to use a PC based softphone.


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  Reply # 206820 14-Apr-2009 12:40 Send private message

To do something like this, you'd need to switch to a VFX Asterisk account, setup a Asterisk box and the an extension on your PC as a soft-phone




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