ISDN CONNECTION TO ASTERISK

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    RH Guest

    Anyone know what the cheapest way to connect to ISDN lines for asterisk is?
    RH, Oct 6, 2005
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    John Daragon Guest

    RH wrote:
    > Anyone know what the cheapest way to connect to ISDN lines for asterisk is?


    If you have a single "point to multipoint" (i.e. bog standard ISDN 2e)
    connection, an AVM Fritz! board (sometimes rebadged as BT Speedway)
    takes a lot of beating. It won't support multiple "system access"
    (point to point) multiple lines with DID (like a PABX where the same
    MSNs can appear on more than one connection) - you'll need an
    (expensive) active card for that ...

    The BT Speedway board typically goes for less than a tenner on eBay.

    jd


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    John Daragon, Oct 7, 2005
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