[Freeswitch-users] Compact, fanless appliance?

Peter P GMX Prometheus001 at gmx.net
Fri Apr 24 04:23:30 PDT 2009

A perfect device is also the FitzBox 7270, which is very popular over
here in Germany (more than 5 Mio Installations).


It offers
- ISDN port
- 2 analogue ports (perfect for fax)
- DECT (GAP) for up to 6 devices
- 4 LAN ports
- WLAN draft n
- USB port
- and costs about 190 Euros incl. tax.

It's Linux based and a number of extension have been built for this
device, see
http://www.wehavemorefun.de/fritzbox/index.php/Main_Page (unfortunately
in German)

If we could make it run with freeswitch + TLS/SRTP - wow!

Has anybody already tried to make FS running on that device?

Best regards

Fred-145 schrieb:
> Fred-145 wrote:
>> I think it'd be very useful if the wiki included a list of devices that
>> can run Freeswitch in addition to a regular PC, especially those that cost
>> < $150.
> Here's a list of makers of basic routers per www.cheaprouter.us:
> 2Wire, 3Com, ADTRAN, Apple, Belkin, CNet, CP Technology, Cisco, Cisco
> Systems, Compaq, D-Link, Edimax, Efficient Networks, Hawking Technology,
> Hewlett-Packard, Linksys, Motorola, Netgear, Netopia, Nortel, SMC, TP-Link,
> TRENDnet, Zoom, ZyXel
> For those of you used to tinker with this type of basic hardware...
> 1. Can a non-expert go from opening the box to getting a Freeswitch server
> up and running without spending days figuring it out?
> 2. Are they fast enough for SOHO use (a couple of simultaneous SIP
> conversations + small LAMP web server)?
> 3. Do they offer a CompactFlash plug to provide a few gigabytes of storage
> before plugging an external drive?
> Thank you.

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