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# 21045 14-Apr-2008 14:36
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Hi There,

Does anyone have a Asterisk-compatible card with a mimum of 2 fxo ports that they would like to sell?

Thanks

Simon

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  # 123412 14-Apr-2008 15:13
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I have 2 x Voxzone x100p PCI cards if they are of interest to you.

Both cards have 1xFXS and 1xFXO. Have never tried using the FXS ports - have always used SIP adapters for FXS (but you are only after FXO anyway by the sound of it).









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  # 123415 14-Apr-2008 15:21
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tonyhughes: I have 2 x Voxzone x100p PCI cards if they are of interest to you.

Both cards have 1xFXS and 1xFXO. Have never tried using the FXS ports - have always used SIP adapters for FXS (but you are only after FXO anyway by the sound of it).


NP - ive got a single port x100p type card for testing... but really want somethng like a digium TDM400P. (Are they any better?)

Simon

 
 
 
 


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  # 123435 14-Apr-2008 16:51
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greminn:
tonyhughes: I have 2 x Voxzone x100p PCI cards if they are of interest to you.

Both cards have 1xFXS and 1xFXO. Have never tried using the FXS ports - have always used SIP adapters for FXS (but you are only after FXO anyway by the sound of it).


NP - ive got a single port x100p type card for testing... but really want somethng like a digium TDM400P. (Are they any better?)

Simon

Yes, the TDM cards eat the x100p's for breakfast.

x100p's are typically recommended for testing, and not for production, though if you ask a cash strapped Asterisk home user what cards they have in their box....







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