On Mon, 2009-07-13 at 15:06 +0200, Mikael Bak wrote:
> John Smith wrote:
> > Hi,
> > While I know m0n0wall does VOIP traffic shaping and other gateway services,
> > has anyone used or tried getting some RJ-11 phone jacks (like an old
> > dial-up modem or a special pci card) in a m0n0wall box to act as a VOIP
> > phone interface to use regular standard land-line phones?
> > ...Any other fun VOIP applications of m0n0wall?
> AskoziaPBX is based on m0n0wall:
> I have tried it and it woked quite nicely. But I only tried the SIP
> functionality. Can't tell you anything about ISDN or analog.
Linksys makes an analog telephone adapter (ATA) known as the SPA3102
which will give you two analog telephone ports - one for a phone, the
other for a phone line. Quality is a little scratchy, but I haven't done
Many other manufacturers make ATA's - Grandstream, etc.