[Freeswitch-users] FXO cards for freeswitch on windows
bipin at xbipin.com
Wed Apr 22 22:05:56 PDT 2009
the issue was, its banned in the country i live, UAE as voip is considered
illegal here so i had bought it from india and i never got any file or
documentation from the company directly where i bought it from and i tried
like more than 200 different regional settings and i also set it up how UAEs
settings would be but for some reason it wouldn't receive caller id inspite
of the line having callerid functionality.
secondly the issue was the caller id type used in UAE is a bit different and
i guess that can also be one reason as its FSK, sent after first ring
between the first and second ring and the bellcore or some other technial
detail is a bit different.
end of the day it doesnt work, mayb some1 good at it can make it work but i
havent got any help from the company as well as their forum or anything like
Mike Fedyk wrote:
> Most lkely would be sangoma products since they have a windows driver.
> As for the callerid you will only be able to receive it with analog
> ports. Was that not working with the line in your country?
> You should be able to get the provisioning file documentation from the
> reseller you purchased the ata from.
> Did you try changing the regional settings to match the analog
> signalling used in your country?
> On 4/22/09, xbipin <bipin at xbipin.com> wrote:
>> i was just thinking of throwing away my spa3102 and setting my windows
>> machine with FS on it to conenct to the telephone line for incomming
>> something like a calling card gateway using a FXO card.
>> the reason being from the time i bought the spa3102, i haven't been able
>> get the caller id on it to work with the specs of my country and the
>> ppl also have no clue about it nor do they provide any help on it so im
>> sick and tired of it so i wanted to know if any single port FXO cards
>> with FS or no, if so which ones and that too on a windows machine.
>> and secondly if any1 of the sellers on this mailing list could ship it to
>> location coz its not available in my country.
>> i read somewhere that a normal 56k dialup modem can be sued like a FXO
>> any ideas on it?
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