Simulation of PBX, home lab

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Feb 6th, 2007

Hi,

Sorry if this is a stupid question, but

what type of device could be used to simulate a 'PBX' in a home lab environment?

In my CVOICE training we used a 3810, but I am wondering whether I could make a C2610 router configured as a PBX? What would it take?

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Correct Answer by dgahm about 9 years 7 months ago

Sure, depending on what you want your simulated PBX to do. There is a single network module slot, so you could use a NM-2V with FXS VICs . You could plug an analog phone into one port, and connect one to a FXO on another router.

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dgahm Tue, 02/06/2007 - 13:34

Sure, depending on what you want your simulated PBX to do. There is a single network module slot, so you could use a NM-2V with FXS VICs . You could plug an analog phone into one port, and connect one to a FXO on another router.

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