Xiden wrote:I've thought about that too, might try it some day lol. Ideally thought it would be nice if there was a voip solution for Ras pi
Xerxes3rd wrote:You might be able to do PCM-over-IP like Cisco is doing if you can put the USB modem in voice receive and voice transmit modes at the same time, then sample the audio data into PCM and send it back and forth between the two modems. I'm not sure if the USB modem tries to throttle playback at all, though. If the Netlink modem allows blind dialing (in other words, doesn't need a dial tone), then that would simplify things as well.
SEGA RPG FAN wrote:Xiden wrote:I've thought about that too, might try it some day lol. Ideally thought it would be nice if there was a voip solution for Ras pi
That be ideal so you could have one do it all box but then you'd have to run some sort of VOIP program in the Pi, make sure your modem can be used either as an audio source or audio encoder, troubleshoot the whole thing etc. It would be easier to buy a dedicated piece of hardware for 15 bucks and eliminate some variables.
If you're serious about trying something out, I might be convinced to buy a VOIP adapter and help you test.
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