I hope I am not out of line asking this question, but I have read a LOT of information about VoiP gateways and yet, not having actually seen one in use, I am left with one question that I do not feel has been concretely answered by anything that I have read. So I am a little unclear on the exact capability of a VoiP gateway. Let me clarify myself. My question is basically this: Can a VoiP gateway (ie: a Linksys SPA3102) allow me to take my single analog line provided by my telco and bring it into the VoiP server where I may then route the call to a particular phone via, say, a digital attendant? I have seen many examples where a standard phone is hooked through a gateway, so that it can gain access to the VoiP phone network, however, I want to be concrete in that THAT is NOT what I am looking for. What I am looking to do is place a VoiP phone at 4 workstations and have any one person be able to pick up a VoiP phone and place an outbound call over our single analog line (assuming that it is not currently busy). I have tried to be as descriptive as possible in hopes that someone can answer my question properly. However, please feel free to ask for further clarification. I am VERY interested in making use of the advanced features of 3CX, but not if I cannot place an outbound call from any VoiP phone configured with 3CX and have that call routed out over our single analog line provided by the telco. Thanks in advance for any advice.