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Asterisk Hardware

I've been interested in this for a while, but the hardware that I'd
need (support 6 lines) would cost me atleast $400.  They do have a
developers hardware kit up now for the low low price of $195.  If the
hardware were cheaper I'd be all over this..


On Wed, Dec 29, 2004 at 12:13:29PM -0500, Samuel Donham wrote:
> Has anyone installed Asterisk yet?  I know we were supposed to have a
> speaker a few months ago, but he had to cancel last minute, and I have a
> few questions regarding the hardware.  I'd like to set up a small test
> system/PBX and was looking at the Wildcard X100P (since it's the cheapest
> single FXO).
> Has anyone used this card and is it sufficient enough for a single
> connection to my analog POTS line?
> I would also like to set up a SIP proxy using Asterisk and I'm assuming I
> can just use standard ethernet NICs to do so?
> Thoughts?  Suggestions?
> Thanks to anyone that has done this before,
> -Sam
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