[Out of curiosity] Why not use a voice modem for FXO?
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Hello In case there are system developers out there with good experience writing modem softare, considering that... 1. even a cheap OpenVox PCI card starts at $90 for just one FXO port 2. even entry-level PC's theses days have ample CPU power especially when just used a basic server with Linux 3. we've been using so-called softmodems (ie. controller-less modems that offload processing to the computer's CPU) for over a decade and they sell for about $10 as OEM 4. and finally, Digium/Asterisk's Zaptel driver was precisely meant to run on cheap voice cards ... I was wondering why no one has gone forth and written a driver for this kind of hardware, which would be great for SOHO users to handle just one landline. Is it because the hardware is not standard enough, and writing this kind of driver takes a lot of work? Thank you. -- View this message in context: http://freeswitch-users.2379917.n2.nabble.com/Out-of-curiosity-Why-not-use-a-voice-modem-for-FXO-tp5103502p5103502.html Sent from the freeswitch-users mailing list archive at Nabble.com. _______________________________________________ FreeSWITCH-users mailing list FreeSWITCH-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://lists.freeswitch.org/mailman/listinfo/freeswitch-users UNSUBSCRIBE:http://lists.freeswitch.org/mailman/options/freeswitch-users http://www.freeswitch.org
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