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Dial-in -> Dial-out via 2 analog phone lines

elcano

Active Member
So I already got a VoIP service and I'm waiting for the VoIP-to-PSTN converter box. I have unlimited calls in the US/Canada.

So whenever I'm outside of my house with my cell phone I'd like to dial into my house using the regular PSTN line, then have a converter device open the VoIP line to get a dial tone and then dial out via my VoIP device.

The connecting device would work as with two regular PSTN lines. Do you know if this exists?
 

elcano

Active Member
I found that what I want is called an FXS to FXO port converter. This model seems to be the market leader. I read somewhere that there are even fakes imitations of this device avalable in the market.

http://www.mycomsolutions.com/ax301/ax301.htm

You can dial from any of your two lines and the sytem will wake up after N rings. Then it will ask for a password. You enter password and dial-out number and the call goes out via the 2nd line.
 
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