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I've read a bit on this router but can't really seem to find out what kind of voice ports it has.

First of all, let me say, I do not need the cable functionality. But seing that it has what looks like two FXO ports I could use it as a VoIP gateway.

Now, what I really wonder is that other port, the one that says "line".. can I connect it to the PSTN and use it as a FXS gateway instead of buying some interface for my 3660?



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Re: ubr924

The two ports are FXS and line port is a FXO with limited functionality. You can only use the line port during a power outage for the ubr924, and can only use it to dial out to the PSTN.

This product has reached its end of life, and is no longer orderable.

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Re: ubr924

So, really.. that port is worth nothing when running router, right? I can't use it to direct any calls to the PSTN?

It's just for when the router goes down, it shouldn't bring the phone down with it, correct?

I wish they'd make the router redundant instead ;)


Re: ubr924

Yes, you are correct here !! It is used only when the UBR goes down, so that the phone can still be used for maybe emergency calls :)