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Direct communication

Direct communication

Direct communication

Hi all!

I have simple question for you all. I think. I want to transfer 1 analog line from my PBX(Panasonic PBX) from one location(location A) to another location(location B) over VOIP. When someone lift the headset on location B, automaticly get signal from PBX(location A). Do I have to use IPPBX between locations? I don`t want to use IPPBX, I want direct communication. I`s this possible and what equipment do I have to buy? Can Linksys PAP2 do this? OK, I must use 1 FXO and 1 FXS. What do you recommend? And please describe how to do this.

thanks a lot    


RE: Direct communication

You may want to look into Multitech. they make some SIP devices that will do what you want. It is FXO on one end and FXS on the other. Then they connect to each other over SIP. we have used them and they work great.

Kevin Wing
ACA- Implement IP Office
Carousel Industries

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