Bridge between Voip and PSTN

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by Avi, Nov 21, 2003.

  1. Avi

    Avi Guest

    I live in Canada some thousand miles away from my family, which is in India.
    I'm searching for a way to communicate with my family without the hassle of
    calling cards and so on.

    The perfect solution would be to have some kind of hardware to build a
    bridge between the PSTN and VoIP over there in India, with a phone here
    which I could use to control my conventional phone line here. That way I
    could use my phone as if I was still in India, people would be able to call
    me and so forth.

    A no-so-nice solution would be just to have VoIP Gateway, connected
    directly into my broadband connection here, and if some body in India have
    Voip gateway FXO which I can terminate to PSTN in Delhi and Punjab area, or
    if you know any access to toll free gateway in India.

    Thank you all,
    Avinash
     
    Avi, Nov 21, 2003
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  2. Avi

    SPD Guest

    Do the folks in India have a good quality, low latency broadband
    connection? If so you could get two ATA186s or even two IP
    phones, setup the phones with speed dials to the other phone
    and you have a private network. The more control you have over
    the network the easier this becomes .

    -Steve
     
    SPD, Nov 21, 2003
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  3. Mark Mastrocinque, Nov 21, 2003
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