[asterisk-users] asterisk compatible cards?
gordon+asterisk at drogon.net
Tue Aug 10 04:49:59 CDT 2010
On Tue, 10 Aug 2010, Daniel Petre wrote:
> hello all,
> for my home purpose, i found nothing in my budget in romania, very
> limited options, so i turned to ebay where i found two cards in the 25
> usd price range:
> a voxzone x100p and a infomatrix x100p, their descriptions from ebay:
Never used them myself - always used Digium or openvox cards.
I'd be surprised if there was any difference between them though. Google
for x100p images and compare the chips...
> voxzone x100p:
> "* Universal Voxzone X100P FXO PCI for DigiumTM Asterisk
> * Works with Official Asterisk Zaptel Driver
> * Connects Asterisk Box to PSTN
> * No Echo issues compared to MD3200
> * Support via www.voxzone.com/forum/
> * Original DAA Chipsets with Caller ID
> * Low profile bracket is available on request"
> infomatrix x100p (a2 and b2) :
> InfoMatrix ? X100P(A2), Intel Chipset, 2nd Generation, PCI, Single FXO
> port ,
> Guarantied Caller ID/Redirection, Call transfer, Ring and Remote hang up
> # Support and work with Mutiple Protocols: SIP, IAX, H.323, MGCP,
> # Support Global codecs for all countries to use: G711, G726, G723.1,
> G729A, GSM....
> # Fully tested to support the Asterisk and its appliance, all PC
> systems(old, new)
> # 100% compatible with Digium WildCard X100P, X101P card and more
> anyone has any idea which one should i buy? i intend to use it in a SFF
> dell computer with one pci port (its pretty tight to the PSU wall but i
> hope it will fit.. any interference because of that?)
>> On Mon, 2 Aug 2010, Daniel Petre wrote:
>>> i just subscribed to this list, i discovered asterisk and i would
>>> like to try it at home on my personal pc.
>>> the computer is a p4 at 3 ghz with 2 gb ram and 80 gb hdd, a 1
>>> Mbit guarranted connection and runs a gentoo linux.
>>> i search about digium products but i can't find them in my area
>>> on any shops, i was wondering if good people here could recommend
>>> some PCI or PCIex cards for a beginner to play with one telefonic
>>> line (which i will install it soon via provider)
>> If you really can't get digium cards, then look on ebay for x100p
>> cards - you might get lucky... Failing that, OpenVox have some
>> compatable cards - you might find an importer locally who deals in
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