Per Jessen wrote:
Istvan Gabor wrote:
I have a conventinal external serial line data/vioce/fax modem.
Is it possible to make phone calls through the computer using this
No, it isn't possible. The next obvious choice is VoIP, but a 56K
is not enough.
Actually, it is possible to use a 56K modem, if you use sufficient
compression. For example, G.729 compression will fit in that with
plenty of room to spare. I have set up PBX extenders, with 8
extensions, over a 128Kb/s ISDN line using G.729. In fact, I could have
probably squeezed in 10 extensions.
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