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ATAs and REN
On Wed, 20 Jul 2005 22:10:53 +0100, Mark
What is the REN of a typical FXS port on an ATA?
I read in a manual that one of mine was REN=5
Are multiple FXS
ports (where provided) to allow support for multiple service providers
(one per port) or to support multiple phones on one service?
the former. If you want 5 phones on one service you buy a stack of one
plug to 3 socket adapters or the like :-)
Or perhaps both depending on config??
possibly. Most two socket jobs run two accounts. There's a one
socket-two account device too.
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