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 To :  tom poe <tompoe@f...>
 From :  Diana Cionoiu <diana-liste@v...>
 Subject :  Re: [yate] hardware question
 Date :  Wed, 16 Aug 2006 23:50:03 +0300
Hello Tom,

Please switch this disscution in private.

Diana Cionoiu

tom poe wrote:

> imfanee@y... wrote:
>
>> well my friend give me details of scnario of the buisness then
>> i can give recomendation
>> i can give u devices on cheap prices
>> i can offer u configuration services
>> i can give u routes to all over the world with amazing nice voice 
>> quality and a very compitetive price.
>>
>>
>> Faisal Hanif
>>
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "tom poe" 
>> To: 
>> Sent: Wednesday, August 16, 2006 9:14 AM
>> Subject: [yate] hardware question
>>
>>
>>> I'm interested in obtaining recommended hardware for using Yate as 
>>> small
>>> business VoIP server (1-25 accounts).  I am currently using:
>>> PC - PIII Dell Optiplex G110
>>> Fedora Core 5
>>> audio and video card
>>> Internet connection with DSL through phone company
>>>
>>> I think I need a full-featured ATA.  Any recommendations??
>>>
>>
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> Hi, Faisal:  I work with a small nonprofit organization, so the idea 
> is to have a VoIP system that our organization can use for our work. 
> Generally, we would operate as a call center, with calls coming 
> through a call center, and being routed to each Board Member's 
> account.  The account holders are located in several cities throughout 
> the U.S.
>
> The computer that houses the Yate engine is located in Iowa, USA.  It 
> is a desktop computer with audio and video card.  The Internet 
> connection at this time, is accomplished with DSL through the state's 
> phone monopoly, called Qwest.
>
> We want to receive calls from PSTN phones around the world.
> Tom