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martyn.pearson

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Hello,

Will any digium clone cards or Openvox PSTN cards work with Operator?

Im currently using OpenVox with PBX in a flash (Asterisk)

Thanks,
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

Operator is currently coded to only detect two Digium cards: TE122 and B410P.

Vladimir
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automatica

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Is there any planned support for PSTN interfaces - ie for a company to use Operator for it's internal telephony, but to have outgoing calls go out over the PSTN network?

In a similar light, is there any planned support for any GSM interfaces?

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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Yes, we plan to support an FXO card in the future. There are not plans for GSM support so far.

Vladimir
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Freestyle

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Is there an esitmate as to being able to use PSTN lines with Operator.

I just stumbled on the new offering and we are in the early stages of upgrading our phone system and would love an application that integrates with Connect. We have two lines that must stay analog (burglar and fire alarm). We can use these lines as call out lines and without being able to incorporate analog this limits the number of lines we can use.

Carl Osterlund
Freestyle Productions
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

The current version of Operator does not support analog telephony cards. But we plan to support Digium's analog cards in the future.

Vladimir
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