Anyone tried two ATA 186's with single button cbarge?
It won't be hard to try, but just curious if anyone has done it.
I have an as yet unspecified issue with a customer who has some kind of audio confernece bridge with a touch screen interface, and a analog phone, both on the same analog line. Haven't seen how they use it yet. Both devices are on a splitter off of the same analog PBX port, but it didn't work off a single ATA port.
The lines are long enough that I cant be sure the ATA can drive the line for the 2 devices on the splitter.
I was thinking single button CBarge might allow me to drive 1 device off each ATA port (with either one ATA or two).
I don't see any mention of it in the ATA docs I've looked at so far.
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