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Unread 09-26-2007, 08:02 PM   #1
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Default Basic Question about Number of ATA Connections

I have two Linksys SPA2102 ATAs that have two lines each. I would like to be able to connect them all to Voxalot. I would like for an incoming call to ring all of them. I would like for a second incoming call to ring those that are not in use. I would
like to be able to dial out from at least two of them simultaneously. One ATA (two of the lines) will be at one location and one will be at the other. Do any of the premium plans support this capability?
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All our plans including VoxBasic support this capability.
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Default Many thanks!

Thanks for your reply. I succeeded in getting the four lines connected to my Vitelity account, via Voxalot (Vitelity had limited me to two). Then I discovered a lot of additional things I could do via Voxalot and my SPA2102:

1. Enable free phone calls among all four phones by registering my number with E164.com. I couldn't do this with Vitelity alone.
2. Get free outgoing toll free calls automatically with ENUM. Although Vitelity toll-free calls are free also, I've found, and Vitelity has confirmed, that the quality can suffer. So far the free toll-free providers that Voxalot redirects me to have great quality.
3. Create dial plans that choose my Vitelity sub-account based upon the area code I'm dialing. Why would I want to do this? Because I can specify a different outgoing caller ID for each sub-account with Vitelity, making my call appear local to the area code I'm calling (I have two phone numbers in two locations and when I dial a number in one of those locations, I want the callerID to show my number in that location regardless of where I initiated the call). Following the Voxalot and Sipura/ATA Tutorial I also made a Sipura dial plan that let me force which Vitelity subaccount to use by having a "#X" prefix.

I really appreciate the effort that Christopher Tylor put into the tutorial I mentioned above, as well as that of everyone else who has contributed to Voxalot.
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