[Freeswitch-users] FXO cards for freeswitch on windows

Michael Jerris mike at jerris.com
Thu Apr 23 05:50:49 PDT 2009

That all being said, I am sure we will need to make modifications to  
make your caller id work as well, are there technical details available?


On Apr 23, 2009, at 6:58 AM, Fred-145 wrote:

> xbipin 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
>> calls, 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 to  
>> get the
>> caller id on it to work with the specs of my country
> Before dumping the 3102, you could ask in the Voxilla forum, and see  
> if
> someone knows how to get it to receive CID in the UAE.
> If it still doesn't work, as far as I know, Sangoma is the only  
> solution for
> Windows, using the OpenZAP interface (wanpipe):
> www.sangoma.com/products_and_solutions/hardware/analog_telephony/B600_Analog_Voice_Card.html
> I think the USB device doesn't work with Windows yet:
> www.sangoma.com/products_and_solutions/hardware/analog_telephony/usb_fxo.html
> Otherwise, with single-FXO PCI cards from OpenVox selling for $80,  
> it's too
> bad there's still no way to use those in Windows :-/
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