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basic VoIP question

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    Vee
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    I’m sure this is probably a jive-ass question but, I have not been able to find any information covering this.

    Can I use VoIP for in-bound call routing and internal communications only? I do not want calls routed over the internet. All in-bound and out-bound call would be through regular analog phone lines (4 POTS lines). What equipment is required for this type of setup? In a nutshell, how do you interface the VoIP network with multiple regular analog phone lines. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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    Gary
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    use asterisk IPPBX

    you can buy some FXO cards and then you get voicemail, hunt groups and a bunch of features. good luck doing the programming though if you do not know what you are doing.. check out http://www.asterisk.org or drop me an email: gary@lookieloo.net
    I know a few guys who might be able to help you in programming

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