[asterisk-users] Digium FXS specifications and limits Question
asterisk at ihearbanjos.com
Sat Mar 3 07:48:57 CST 2012
This is the part where I say DUH!!! I don't know why I wasn't thinking
of that. Thanks for the information and the brain jogging...
Maybe I blocked it from my subconscious because I knew it would make the
layout more complicated, complex, and costly than the current. I wish I
could find something that would avoid the need to put more than just a
network switch and an UPS in every building. As it stands now, in a
number of buildings I'm only going to need two or three analog lines. I
suppose I could go the ATA route, but I wanted to avoid the extra
smattering of boxes I'll have to maintain. I could keep my existing PBX
and use it for analog ports only, but where's the fun in that.
On 3/2/2012 11:19 AM, John Novack wrote:
> T1's and channel banks in each building?
> The cost of a 24 port board vs a T1 and channel bank works out in
> favor of the channel bank
> Multiple Asterisk boxes?
> In the Telecom world, long line adapters exist to extend loops
> John Novack
> asterisk at ihearbanjos.com wrote:
>> Thanks for the response. In lieu of that, is there any hardware anyone
>> could recommend or is aware of that could meet the need?
>>> On 03/01/2012 06:35 PM, Nunya Biznatch wrote:
>>>> Howdy All,
>>>> I'm considering Asterisk / Digium as a replacement to my existing
>>>> switch. I need to continue to be able to push analog lines between
>>>> multiple buildings in a campus environment.
>>>> The Digium Analog 410 Card manual states it's not recommended to go
>>>> beyond 1500 feet distance for an FXS card, and no line should leave
>>>> building or be bundled. The 2400 Series Manual does not have this same
>>>> notice. Should it?
>>> Yes. All of Digium's FXS modules are designed for short-haul, inside
>>> wiring applications.
>>> Kevin P. Fleming
>>> Digium, Inc. | Director of Software Technologies
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