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Sangoma A200 FXO card
by netarch » Mon Jun 01, 2009 6:04 pm
Hi,

I refer to this URL: http://www.3cx.com/voip-gateways/sangoma-a200.html regarding the Sangoma A200 FXO card where it is mentioned
"IMPORTANT NOTE: The Sangoma Netborder Windows A200 drivers are still in BETA and only available for the North American market. Caller ID only works in North America."

Is this card still workable for North America only? I'm not sure when the configuration steps for this card was published but between then & now, is the card workable in South East Asia, specifically in Malaysia? I'm looking at options to install the FXO gateway in the same machine as the 3CX Phone System server as opposed to connecting external gateways. If this card is not workable in Malaysia, any recommendations for other similar PC FXO cards?

Appreciate the feedback.

Thanks & regards,
Ian

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Re: Sangoma A200 FXO card
by Nick Galea » Tue Jun 02, 2009 8:38 am
Hi Ian,

The NBE 2 software that allows the A200 to be used was released only yesterday. We are testing it. For Malaysia, you would need to input the Malaysian call progress strings - unless you know that they are the same as for example the US or Australian ones (could be) Sangoma are the only supported FXO cards, otherwise i recommend "Unsupported IP Phone" FXO gateways

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Re: Sangoma A200 FXO card
by netarch » Tue Jun 02, 2009 1:28 pm
Hi Nick,

Noted your reply. Appreciate if you could update when the software is released. As for the call progress strings, I think I can obtain support from local supplier.

Regards,
Ian

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Re: Sangoma A200 FXO card
by netarch » Sun Aug 02, 2009 9:11 am
Hi Nick,

Just like to check with you on the progress of testing the Sangoma A200 NBE software with 3CX. I noticed that there is a Gateway Configuration Guide for this gateway card already. Does it mean that the Sangoma A200 card can be used, even for Malaysian telco environment?

Regards,

Ian