Although phonegnome is supposed to be the next big thing, I think the Sipura SPA-3000 device is still very good value for money. (data sheet)
Its a relatively reasonably priced FXO, FXS interface. I've purchased a couple from jmg technology in australia which had some package deal for 2.
The pain with these things http://www.blogger.com/img/gl.link.gifis that it doesn't really come easy at this stage unlike broadband internet routers.
Looking at the configuration pages were a real pain and it is really difficult to understand every option. The solution was voxilla. http://voxilla.com. After you create an account in voxilla and log in. under the sidebar voIP tools, device config wizards you will find a link that will ask simliar questions to let you configure your device.
The simplied setup guide for australia can be .
The support website is http://www.sipura.com/support/
Just to get started
- plug in everything except the phone line cable
- dial **** followed by 110# to get the ip address (accessible on the LAN)
A factory reset is **** followed by 73738#
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