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Tentative switch from a VOIP Provider to POTS

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by techmikeny, Jul 1, 2011.

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  1. techmikeny

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    We currently have 3CX Mini running on a Dell 2950 server. We have our VOIP service with a 3CX compatible provider and Verizon FIOS for Internet access with Static IP's.

    We expect to be moving in the next few months and would like to be ready to move the phone system too. The problem is, the new location may not have FIOS service in time. The Verizon DSL service won't have a fast enough upload speed to support VOIP so we would look to switch to standard POTS lines. What PCI-E card and/or gateway device would be needed and is compatible with 3CX. We would need 3 or 4 POTS lines from the phone company.

    Thanks for your time,

    Mike
     
  2. willow

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    you could go with a patton analog fxo gateway for an external solution. I, however prefer to keep everything in one box when i can and would recommend the sangoma a200 with 2 fxo cards which will give you 4 fx0 ports. That is if you have room. Some people even go with the Grandstream 4104 for 4 analog ports. All of the above are support by 3cx.
     
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