hardware needed to emulate ISDN signal

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by Thade, Jun 29, 2003.

  1. Thade

    Thade Guest

    Does anyone have experience using VOIP hardware to generate an input signal
    for an ISDN home PBX.

    I have an ADSL connection, common ethernet setup with three PC's. The ADSL
    connection uses my analog telephone connection to transport ADSL signals, as
    is the usual setup.

    I also have a Tiptel 810 ISDN PBX, wired to 8 analog extensions. The Tiptel
    PBX is not in use at the moment because I canceled the ISDN subscription
    when ADSL arrived.

    It would be very cool, if I could use two VOIP 'lines' and emulate an ISDN
    input signal for my existing Tiptel ISDN PBX.

    Any ideas would be much appreciated ...
     
    Thade, Jun 29, 2003
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    shope, Jun 30, 2003
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