Broadband + Modem + PSTN ?= VOIP

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by JeeZues, Feb 25, 2004.

  1. JeeZues

    JeeZues Guest

    Hi all,
    This question might have been asked before, but I couldn't find the answer.
    As the title says (more like hints!). If I have broadband (in my case
    aDSL) and a speaker modem (full duplex) and ofcurse a regular phone
    line, can I create a VOIP gateway.
    I want to be able to use H.323 (e.g. openH.323 client) somewhere in the
    world and connect to a listening software on my "Windows" PC at home.
    Command it to use my modem to dial a phone number through my PSTN line.
    I was able to test the setup with OpenH.323 and winIVR in it works, but
    the software I'm running is an evaluation and it crashes every time when
    I hang up the line so I can't call again.
    My hope is that there is something like this that already exists out
    there (for MS Windows using a cheap speakerphone modem), if not then I
    think there is a great market for such a s/w!

    Thanks in advance for the feedback,

    JeeZ
    JeeZues, Feb 25, 2004
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