I have a client that wants to interface his VoIP network with a PC via the PC's sound card input. This is to support transcribing software (Dragon) that is hosted on the PC. He wants his lab techs to be able to dial into the PC, dictate their notes, and then hang up. The PC cannot host both the Dragon and voice software...that we know of without conflicting.
I proposed a second PC colocated running NetMeeting w/auto answer and an h.323 dial-peer in the CME router pointing at the netmeeting PC...PC's connected via sound cards, but the client doesn't like the idea of using a second PC.
Is there anything else out there that I can use instead of a second PC? Is there such a thing as an h.323 or SIP end point that has an output jack for sound?
Thanks in advance for any ideas.
There is a guy that makes an adapter for the headset jack. You might be able to wing it with that.
ciscoheadsetadapter.com Some radio shack components and you are set!