dear All, I’m all new to VoIP and telephony in general and don't know the correct terminology...probably someone else already posted my questions in another thread but I managed to confuse the search engine with my query terms. Anyways...
Basically I have a PSTN telephone line on which an ADSL modem is connected for internet. This is connected to the WAN port of a wireless router. I now bought a mobile phone (E71) with SIP functionality and would like that when I get home (in Wi-Fi range), my cell phone turns into a normal cordless phone so I can make and receive landline calls on it.
I am thinking of some device that connects to my phone line and to a LAN port on the router. I could then log on it and set SIP settings...sort of a local VoIP network...
Is this possible?
March 10, 2009 9:56 PM
February 19, 2010 11:52 PM