I'd like to have a stable SIP VOIP gateway for my house. There are products like MagicJack that require a Windows box to be on and running to use. Does anyone know of anything similar for a linux box like the N5200 (I have the non-pro)? I'd prefer to just have only one "always on" box in my house.
I imagine there's some kind of USB-to-phone piece of hardware out there that would require very simple or standard drivers to make it work.
It might be easier to just buy a router that does this. Thoughts?
Thecus N5200 (non-pro) running 2.00.18.5 (really, it's not a beta!) 5 x Samsung 1.5 TB HD154UI
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