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Gateway for VoIP?

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Jun 19th, 2001
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Hi,


In an effort to implement VoIP solution at my HOME, I found that I could use either cisco uBR924 cable modem router or 827-4V ADSL. I came to know that in order to call PSTN numbers around the world, I should use a gateway. Here are my questions:


1) Is there any service provider who provides JUST gateway service to accomplish VoIP.

2) Are there any standalone Cisco products that provides a gateway service. If so, does it interoperates with ADSL and Cable modem.


I am looking for a cost effective gateway product to accomplish connectivity to PSTN to cut international calls telephone cost.


Thanks,

Raj


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beth-martin Tue, 06/26/2001 - 10:10
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Most Cisco routers can act as a gateway so it's easy to have a standalone gateway on your network. Your Internet SP should provide gateway services for VoIP. If they don't, you might have to get a new SP. I haven't seen any Gateway only SP's out there. Has anyone else?

derwilliams Thu, 07/12/2001 - 00:41
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I just did a google search for sp voip gateways. No luck, Sounds like a great oppertunity for ISPs out there!



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