I just began reading about VoIP as I might have to implement a system soon. I kind of dream of setting up an Asterisk server, probably using the asterisk@home project (apparently based on CentOS!). I also discovered a very nice site about VoIP. I have many choice... Regular Telco lines, Meridian system, A mix of IP/Telco lines, or an Asterisk server with either only an IP connection a (DID, i think), Telco lines, or a mix. I've been shopping around and up to now the most responsive business is Netfone. If anyone has recommendations for me, please let me know.


Joe Muka said…
Just surfing around late night and came upon your blog...I liked it.
My site about voip training is hard to have a blog for VOIP stuff and boring too
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