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DD-WRT VoIP

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by I'm Not Null, Aug 7, 2006.

  1. I'm Not Null

    I'm Not Null LI Guru Member

    I have searched this forum and the forum on the DD-WRT site as well as the Wiki and I can't find the info. I would appreciate it if someone could answer or give me a link to an answer to the following question. Hopefully the answer is not that since I am asking I am too much of a noob to be able to get it:

    What does the VoIP version of DD-WRT get me? I understand what VoIP is (I have vonage at home), but what does DD-WRT w/VoIP allow me to do? How do I use it? What net services do I need to utilize along with it to get functionality?
    Can it only be used with phones, or can it be used by a system to place calls and play a pre-recorder message? In a nutshell what all can it do?
    Thanks for any responses given.
     
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

  3. swinn

    swinn Network Guru Member

    The VOIP version adds SIPath which is a SIP Proxy used for multiple VOIP clients on your network. If you only have Vonage then use the standard version.
     
  4. I'm Not Null

    I'm Not Null LI Guru Member

    Ok. I looked around the Milkfish site and based what I see there as well as what swinn said, it appears that the VoIP enabled version of DD-WRT is mainly for managing VoIP on my LAN. Is that a correct statement?
     

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