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VoIP Intercom?

Scott Dorsey (
22 Jul 2005 14:59:46 -0400

We have a number of stations, some of them in the same building on a
single ethernet switch, and some of them in another building somewhere
else in the world but with internet or intranet connections to that

These stations need to be linked with an intercom, using external
hardware. This should act like a party line, where one unit can press
a talk button and be heard on all the other units.

Selective calling features or multiple channels would be nice, but not
essental. There will be fewer than ten total units in place.

Does anyone have any suggestion for a device that does this as a
simple standalone device, preferably with minimum configuration? I
know Telex makes some VOIP modules which can be integrated with their
intercom frames, but they all seem to require a central switch.


"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."

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