[Freeswitch-users] GSM/PSTN Gateways
imthiyaz at peopletech.co.in
Thu Jan 20 19:11:59 MSK 2011
Pls try allywll Gateways , it is good
On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 8:29 PM, Steven Ayre <steveayre at gmail.com> wrote:
> Another manufacturer is http://www.quescom.com/
> Some more information on your requirements might be useful - how many
> channels do you want? Do you want to have SIMs at a different location to
> the gateway? (can be easier to manage if you're managing gateways at
> multiple offices)
> The cheapest simplest option is probably using mod_gsmopen with an old
> On 20 January 2011 14:53, Patrick Lists <freeswitch-list at puzzled.xs4all.nl
> > wrote:
>> On 01/20/2011 02:36 PM, Deon Vermeulen wrote:
>> > Hi List
>> > I've been searching the Net a lot the past couple of days looking for
>> relatively good priced Internal and External GSM and PSTN Gateways.
>> > I did come up with couple devices, but they still seem a bit expensive.
>> > One device that did draw my attention though is the DuMV at PCI GSM Card.
>> > Do no if this will work in FreeSwitch?
>> > Would really appreciate suggestions on products used.
>> A more premium solution would be 2N at http://www.2n.cz/en/
>> These work very well and in my experience are reliable.
>> Portech also have external boxes:
>> Haven't used them myself but someone in #freenode once mentioned
>> Mobigator, a GSM gateway compatible with FreeSWITCH. Uses a simple USB
>> link to hook up to your freeswitch server. On the software side I think
>> you need to install gsmopen on your FreeSWITCH box (howto on wiki).
>> At about $120 or €90 they are quite affordable but I don't know how well
>> they work.
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