TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: Re: Classic Telephone Call on PC

Re: Classic Telephone Call on PC

Robert Bonomi (
Sun, 03 Apr 2005 15:48:41 -0000

In article <>, Gerhard Nowak
<> wrote:

> Thanks for answering. Now I`m a bit released. I just thought, only I
> don't see the solution.

> But why is it working on VoIp so easily?

> My problem is to connect my international calls via VoIp to local
> calls from people don`t have ADSL so that these people can talk
> together. Here in Mauritius not many people can afford ADSL and is
> much more expensive than in the States or in Europe.

> I thought, the realisation of this idea must be much easier ...

Heck, why didn't you _say_ that's what you wanted to do? Doing -that-
is an entirely different matter than what you first asked about.

See <>

The price is right -- the software is free, Although it won't run
under MS Windows, the Windows "replacement" that is required is also

> But thanks anyway I will continue to look for a possibility, maybe I can
> at least manage to weld the Phone-cable to my headset ... like in the
> old times with accoustic coupler ... or switch to Linux.

Ding, ding, ding! we have a winner! Asterisk requires Linux, or similar.

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