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Remote Phone #’s

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    johny-o
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    Im in Asia I have a quintum A800 gateway i use for a prepaid calling card. I running at only about 40 percent capacity, I was wondering if I can set-up a small 2 or 1 port fxo gateway in my hometown of Highland, MI that can ring me here in asia? example, someone calls the -(248) 555-3434 and I can recieve the call here in asia on my gateway, without using the asian telepone lines to call. Is this possible and how do I do it.

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    wilson boyrie
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    Get a Quintum A200. Connect the FXO ports to old Ma Bell line (248) XXX-XXXX. Make the A200 register with the A800 as a gatekeeper.Enable IVR on the A200. It is very basic, but it works.
    When someone rings your line in Michigan, the IVR ask for the PIN. If you enter the PIN (you need to set the pin on the A200), you get a second dial tone.You dial the number set on one of the ports of the A800, and bingo.
    If you want the system to work without PIN, meaning soeone will call that number and will ring somewhere in Asia,you need more work.
    I sugest calling Quintum support and they will give you the steps.

    Good luck.

    #24218 Reply
    johny-O
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    I wanted it to be a seemless connection for the US caller. anyknow how let me know, thanks

    #24219 Reply
    Naser
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    Take a vonage phone there in asia with a 248 number and u will be able to make and recive calls in US.

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