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Vonage on an analog port

Vonage on an analog port

Vonage on an analog port

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Has anyone ever attempted this? I imagine there could be signaling issues with a line like this but I wanted to see if anyone had any feedback from thier attempts.

Chris

RE: Vonage on an analog port

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we did attempt this with a customer. I was somewhat apprehensive as to whether or not this would would at all but I was suprised to see that it does work for outgoing calls.  we could not get incoming to work correctly but im sure that is a disconnect timing issue. for those who want to save money on long distance, this may be an option.

RE: Vonage on an analog port

I have been using two vonage lines running into v3000 analog ports for over a year and never had a problem inbound or outbound.  

RE: Vonage on an analog port

I am doing also fixed to route the int long distance through it for cost savings

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