I have a 1841 router with WIC-1B S/T interface.The scenario is like people from various countries dialing into the router (by using a number given by the TELCO where the router is physically locted). The router must accept these calls and provide access for internal resources. I am familiar with the scenario of a router dialing out to another router using dialer-string, dialer remote-name, username and password.
But how can the router with WIC-1B S/T be configured to accept analog calls (assuming it is possible).
I have tried to fork up some information about it, but unfortunately I haven't found anything. What I'm sure the 2800/3800 series have digital modem PVDM hosting digital modems. It looks the 1800 series does not support it and the only way to terminate analogue calls is to use WIC-xAM modem card but obviously it cannot be used with ISDN line but analogue.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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