Analog modem emulator?
brad at heeltoe.com
Sun Jul 31 16:34:53 CDT 2005
"Pete Bartusek" wrote:
>Just curious...has there ever been a device available to anyone's knowledge
>that functions like an analog phone line and allows transmission via TCPIP?
>For example, taking an older BBS system that has 5 internal modems in it,
>and plugging the lines into this "mystery" device and then being able to
>telnet to different ports and it makes the connection to one of the ports?
Heh. I worked one on once, but it had 2000 modems :-) it was used by
large ISP to field dial-in calls but it could do dial-out also.
You might want a line emulator, which is sort of a "ring down line in a box".
It has 2 rj-11's and when one side goes off hook it can generate ring
voltage on the other side. Those boxes are not very expensive.
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