Interesting - that's the first time I've read of someone else interested in the same setup I want. I'd like to be able to answer calls to my home landline with my iPhone when I'm at home. And make calls via the landline. Not least because typical landline phones are so annoyingly dumb even when they're clever. I have a fairly decent panasonic phone setup but it can only block a dozen or so spammer numbers, it's a pain to find a contact number to call, the messages interface is horrible, etc etc.OGangrel wrote:I have an intention to make my mobile an extention of my home telephone.
Phone line -> RaspPi -> Network -> (WiFi) Mobile
For that I will have to develop an app (client) to connect on the RaspPi (server).
First just to answer. And in the future make phone calls too.
Happy to know it's on way to be available. I have so many other ideas to do, this is just one more. So, take your time, but let us know how your work are doing.hank007 wrote:I've one board available at the moment (one of the engineering samples). More boards will be available in March (sorry, component procurement is taking time). You don't need to write an app. Any SIP client app with URI dial option should work both for inbound and outbound calls over FXO.
Hi, any news about B+/Pi2 compabilty?Post by hank007 » Sun May 10, 2015 2:14 pm
Good news - latest release of raspbian 2015-05-05 now includes support for audio codec used on our board which eliminates dependency on custom raspbian image. We are currently testing the support on RPi B+ and RPi 2. If this works well, we will be on our way to releasing B+/Pi 2 compatible addon board in couple of months.
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