Send PSTN signal over IP?

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by DBeyers, Aug 12, 2004.

  1. DBeyers

    DBeyers Guest

    Ok, What i'm looking to do is have my office phone be able to ring at
    my home office. I've thought about forwarding and other services
    through the telco but don't think they'll really suit my needs.

    So I have a regular POTS line in my retail office that I want to
    somehow send over my DSL connection to my home. So basically when i
    pickup a phone at home it would be like picking it up in the office to
    make or recieve calls(dialtone and all). I'll probably create a VPN
    connection from home to work so that it's both more secure and also on
    the same network, which i think would make it easier. I'm really not
    looking for a software solution, I'd much rather get hardware to do
    this.

    If anyone has any suggestions i'd appreciate them.


    Doug
     
    DBeyers, Aug 12, 2004
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