How to forward home phone to VoIP?

Good afternoon.


At home I have a urban analog telephone line of MGTS.

There is a home server that is always on.


I would really like to get the opportunity while in travel, such as overseas, calls from a private number and accept incoming calls to the home number in some software on the laptop which with you.


I assume it must be some device which will stuck a telephone line, and which connects to the USB port on my server.


What is worth to see a good device/software/solution or sites with info about this?
October 8th 19 at 01:48
4 answers
October 8th 19 at 01:50
Solution
Linksys SPA3102 suitable for the required task.
It has 1 port FXS (for landline phone) and 1 FXO port (phone line).
Connect — set up in the admin — probressive the required ports and we get the desired result, without using servers.
October 8th 19 at 01:52
To purchase a pstn — voip gateway, for example. you can just adapter, a standard phone to connect to asterisk,
then he hang up on urban telephony. can be contrary to city the phone was at home, and to connect with your favorite phone. it all depends on the task
Task:
being away from home, and connecting with any SOFTWARE (SIP, or something durgee) to its home server to make calls from home landline, and also to take ON incoming calls.

Go any pstn — voip gateway? And what can I use to connect? - johnson_Colli commented on October 8th 19 at 01:55
October 8th 19 at 01:54
October 8th 19 at 01:56
There is a cool site, they sell almost all the cities of the world. Work-based forwarding and not only on sip
Also, they have mobile apps for iOS and Android. You can find here

Can contact support on the website and chat

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