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PAP2 location question



 
 
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Old April 26th 07, 06:25 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
KIXX
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Has anyone here tried to hook up a PAP2 outside its geographical area of
operation, i.e. other country, and worked?

Just a way of avoiding huge overseas toll expense.
Any ideas welcome.

Thanks
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Old April 26th 07, 07:02 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
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KIXX wrote:

Has anyone here tried to hook up a PAP2 outside its geographical area of
operation, i.e. other country, and worked?

Just a way of avoiding huge overseas toll expense.
Any ideas welcome.

Thanks


Erm, yes.

That's (almost) the whole point of VoIP.

Your PAP2 doesn't care a jot where in the world it is, so long as it has
an internet connection.
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Old April 26th 07, 09:59 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Herman
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Default PAP2 location question

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KIXX wrote:

Has anyone here tried to hook up a PAP2 outside its geographical area of
operation, i.e. other country, and worked?

Just a way of avoiding huge overseas toll expense.
Any ideas welcome.

Thanks


Erm, yes.

That's (almost) the whole point of VoIP.

Your PAP2 doesn't care a jot where in the world it is, so long as it has
an internet connection.


And a PSU with the correct plug...


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Old April 26th 07, 11:11 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Graham
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Default PAP2 location question


"KIXX" wrote in message
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Has anyone here tried to hook up a PAP2 outside its geographical area of
operation, i.e. other country, and worked?

Just a way of avoiding huge overseas toll expense.
Any ideas welcome.

Thanks


I suspect your problem is that your PAP2 is locked to a provider
that charges "huge tolls" for the countries you dial. Moving its
location will make no difference.
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Old April 26th 07, 11:51 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
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Default PAP2 location question

KIXX wrote:
Has anyone here tried to hook up a PAP2 outside its geographical area
of operation, i.e. other country, and worked?

Just a way of avoiding huge overseas toll expense.
Any ideas welcome.

Thanks



Not had any problems with USA number services, Romanian number services,
Italian number services and German number services working here in the
UK, also have several UK numbers which are not my local area too,
working fine.

That is the beauty of VoIP, take it anywhere (where there is broadband
and power) and you could be sunning yourself in Spain making and
receiving calls as if in the UK.


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Old April 27th 07, 12:58 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Tim
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Default PAP2 location question

Herman wrote:
And a PSU with the correct plug...


Pap2's use Phihong power supplies. They have interchangeable clips.

If you need different clips, ProVu have them in stock.

Tim
 




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