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Master Geek
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Topic # 165756 19-Feb-2015 17:51
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I am currently not in NZ. I want to set up a system where a call to a local number connects to a gateway (ata) that would be plugged in to the wall socket for that line...and then dials a voip like 2talk and connects to NZ. And of course visa versa a caller in NZ calls the 2talk number and gets a connection into this country. I am familiar with setting up simple voips (SPA122 etc) into 2talk .. but this is a but more . Seaching internet suggests SPA3102. Is this going to do it for me? is there a better option? no need for PBAX or anything fancy. On the face of it it seems straight forward .. but ?? (I don't need to accept calls at that station .. but need to on call.) Of course if I was in NZ I would not need this but there is no local SIP here.Thanks for any ideas or suggestions.

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  Reply # 1242681 19-Feb-2015 22:41
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You are not in Australia, USA, Canada or UK by any chance are you?



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  Reply # 1242753 20-Feb-2015 08:02
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Not in a first world country  .. otherwise I would just buy a local number from a voip provider. So hence my problem.

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