YOU SAID IN ANOTHER SPACIAL TIME DIMENSION .........
"I actually use the same system myself to ring two, sometimes three mobiles
You can also ring them sequentially, in a hunt-group.
You may have heard of Asterisk and Trixbox, a Linux based PABX, my solution
is based on
this functionality, but the good news is that you don't have to build a
For your modest requirements you can use a free hosted PABX account at http://pbxes.org
So first sign up for an account.
Now we need a couple of VoIP trunks. Probably it's best if you got one with
the same STD
code as the landline that will ring along with the mobile, get that from http://www.sipgate.co.uk
again this it totally free, including the phone number.
The last thing you need is a VoIP trunk to make the outgoing calls from the
virtual PBX to the phones
(multiple calls can be made simultaneously from a single VoIP trunk)
You could use the same Sipgate trunk as above for the outgoing legs, you
would just have to credit
the account with money, but they charge 10p/min to call a mobile whereas
smartvoip charge half that,
so I suggest you get an account from http://smartvoip.com
and apply 15.75
Euros credit by Paypal.
If this is the way you want to go, let me know and I will talk you through
setting up the five things
you need to configure in the pbxes account, these being
The two trunks
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I have signed up with PBXES , and successfully have "GREEN LIGHT" connection
Sipgate - standard landline number
voipuser - 0844 number
voipfone - 0560
Currently i cant find a "dummies" guide to PBXES ... and to be honest i dont
what it does ........ or I should say what its functionality is ...
1) is PBXES a forwarding service ? for example a caller calls the sipgate
number and it can be
forwarded to voipuser / vopifone ...could you clarify this
2) im not sure , should i be using my grandstream 2020 or my nokia N97 to
CONNECT via SIP to the
PBXES server to get calls
3) please be aware of the functionality i am AIMING for , my main aim is to
be able to receive
landline calls on a mobile for FREE ... i have successfully managed to use
my mobile to
connect to voipfone via 3g and wifi with great quality calls , I guess if i
can forward for
free the sipgate landline number to voipfone i then essentially have a free
landline on a mobile
...yes ? yes ? (except for cost of data)
Also I ould liek teh voipfone to multiple call both a grandstream 2020 and a
is logged in
Phew , sorry is that clear ? at all ?