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29th January 2003 at 13:21 #23424Jorgen GilbergGuest
I wounder if it’s possible to buy two IP-phones (hardware) and then start calling without any interference with an external VOIP provider?
I have seen Net2phone selling an IP-phone, but then you still have to connect via Net2phone server.
Is it not possible to have one telephone in my home and one in my brothers home, and then start calling via IPnumber?
Denmark5th February 2003 at 10:21 #23425RaimisGuest
I personaly tested DSG phones
Please vizit http://www.dsgtechnology.com
and see Interphone phone.
Raimis6th February 2003 at 00:21 #23426JimGuest
Hi we use vFone which is pretty good and they had given us a discount on units that we use in differnet offices to talk to each other.. their website http://www.inter-call.com
Jim2nd August 2003 at 14:20 #23427fredyGuest
which sites i can buy the calling points for my ip star.3rd August 2003 at 12:49 #23428Mostofa AfzalGuest
Dear Jorgen Gilberg: U can use CPM FXS card both end to make free calling each other.22nd May 2005 at 10:20 #23429Cesar GrutaGuest
If at time some time calling points expired and or used, how long would it take before the ID number be removed and cancelled. And if so, can I reactivate same ID number or should I need to buy new IP since ID number is incorporated in the set itself?25th May 2005 at 08:08 #23430athar sabirGuest
yes you can install to ip phones one on each site and get a public ips in both of these phones and there you can dail the ip to ip with out voip gateway30th May 2005 at 09:38 #23431DCGuest
I know thta this can be done. A company in Britain specialises in it. I will try to find their info.
Hollywood Voice Over1st June 2005 at 18:33 #23432Muhammad ArshadGuest
Yes, If you bought 2 Analog telephone adapter, then u can use it directly without any gw.
Arshad4th June 2005 at 17:17 #23433VardanGuest
You can buy two CISCO ATA 186 and use it to call directly.
In this case you must have 2 real IP, and configure the cisco so, that he call together.
If you can buy, and have trouble to install this device to work so how you want, no problem connect me, and I will be help you to install this device.
Its very easy.
If any question, you can contact me:
hvardan71(at)netsys.am10th June 2005 at 16:22 #23434Tony TGuest
Has anyone heard of the Avoda IP PBX. We are going to try this system to go VOIP across our three offices.
They use analog and SIP phones and it is drasticly cheaper then getting and configuring multiple Cisco’s.