Carousel Telephony Adapter 1.00

Carousel is software to connect VoIP calls to ordinary telephone lines and vice versa using one of a number of professional telephony devices. It works as a virtual FXO gateway.

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License Freeware
Expires 14 Days
Price $0.00
Downloads 443
OS Support Windows Install and Uninstall
File Name csetup.exe
File Size 0.21 MB ( 210 KB )
Published Oct 10, 2007 (11 years ago)
Updated Dec 15, 2013 (5 years ago)

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Product Details

Carousel is software to connect VoIP calls to ordinary telephone lines and vice versa using one of a number of professional telephony devices. It works as a virtual FXO gateway. You install it as a service on any Windows PC. SIP protocol VoIP calls will be directed out to standard PSTN analog lines through a telephony board.

Typical Applications:

~ To create a 1 to 12 FXO gateway to route VoIP SIP calls to ordinary phone lines.
~ To run a VoIP Based PBX (eg. Axon) when no SIP Gateway or Broadband provider is available. ie. Where you want to use VoIP to route calls in a office but where all external calls are still on ordinary telephone lines.
~ To use an existing LAN network to route calls from a Virtual PBX.

Features:

~ Uses the standard SIP protocol to connect to any VoIP based service, lines or PBX.
~ The number of simultaneous calls are limited only by your hardware (it is unlimited in the software).
~ Runs as a background service on any Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista computer. No special server or server software is needed.
~ Supports both PCI Telephony Cards and USB Telephony Devices to connect to real phone lines.
~ Installs in just minutes.

Requirements: Telephony hardware, voip
Release Info: Minor Update on Sep 18, 2006
Release Notes: Updated compatibility for Vista
Related Tags: voip adapter FXO telephony adapter voip gateway sip gateway

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