Could one une a v90/92 voice modem as a PSTN/VoIP phone gateway ?

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by PG, Sep 8, 2004.

  1. PG

    PG Guest

    Any opensource project around ?
    AFAIK Asterisk can recognize some intel-based voice modem as a pstn i/o
    resource.
    But Asterisk is not actually a light solution for soho use.
    And an only-Intel-based v92 modem is not what one could call an "opened
    solution".
    In other words, is there a way for someone owning a basic config (windows pc
    w/voice modem, xDSL internet access & a phone line) to set up a small
    pstn/voip gateway without using a specific or specialized hardware ?
    Does a standardized command set for controlling a v90/92 modem - already -
    exists ? (a bit like the famous "Hayes ascii strings" in its time)
    Patrick
     
    PG, Sep 8, 2004
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