Not technically a VoIP issue, but using VoIP technology.
Here's the deal:
I currently have a VoIP service running on my satellite broadband but will be knocking that on the head as the latency can be a hassle for callers, and the codec I'm required to use appears to chew way too much of my limited data allowance.
My next idea was to use the landline 200m away. I am already connected by wireless, and I have heard that I could put a device with FXO port at the landline end of the network, utilise my existing HT486 at my end, and in effect dial out directly on POTS. Does this sound right?
If so, would the AG310 be a suitable device for the landline end, and how should I configure that and the 486 to ignore SIP and dial exclusively to POTS? And to communicate with each other of course.