How to traverse an analog phone line to cell phone?

The challenge lies in selecting the equipment that would be able to raise a SIP server to which I could connect from your mobile phone any application for SIP calls, and further that it made calls using an analog telephone network. Simply put I need to call from a mobile phone via the analog telephone network. Well is not bad, if also can make the mobile phone the incoming calls on the home telephone. Static IP at home there.
Yes, I know that you can connect IP telephony. But I need to make calls through existing analog phone line with a specific number.
There is already a lot of discussion of this issue, but in the context of offices, with lots of equipment. I need just one piece of hardware, which will give access to the analog line via the Internet. I would like something around 3-5 thousand RUB. What can you recommend from experience?
June 10th 19 at 15:00
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June 10th 19 at 15:02
You need a VoIP gateway with FXO port. Next, there are two ways:
1) Find a gateway which in addition can be a SIP server and you to it PopConnectivity with the dialer with the phone. Like even the cheapest Dlink this can, at least I had to do a bunch of two glinkov for urgent forwarding phone through the factory. But from model to Modelo this fact needs to be clarified.
2) Take luboi gateway with the aforesaid port and to associate it with any SIP server (it can be raised in virtual reality or directly on the computer.
Well, at least you know now what you are looking for "VoIP gateway with FXO port and the SIP server." It remains to determine a piece of iron. Thank you! - Yasmeen23 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:05
take the first and tie any service type (for Dharma) (not like it why then is the word the website here and the link insert does not)
time you need to say 20 seconds a day, call in for nothing does not eat a lot - Josh_Bernier commented on June 10th 19 at 15:08
I didn't know that such services like for nothing you can tie up your home phone with number preservation. I can, for example Grandstream HT-503, tie to "for nothing" and calling the scheme: SIP client -> nothing -> Grandstream HT-503 -> My analog phone line, with its dedicated room? And get a static IP is not needed? - Yasmeen23 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:11
Sov@sirocco, absolutely - Josh_Bernier commented on June 10th 19 at 15:14
June 10th 19 at 15:04
What a mess in question and the head. There are voip technology, there is an analog telephony, a GSM. They all work differently. What tube is in your hand (cell phone or fixed)? What technology you are provided with a phone number (analogue, VoIP, gsm)?
And, in my opinion, everything is clear. He wants to put an analog phone as a proxy and dostupatsya to him via cell phone. Taking cell phone calls (incoming through analog line) and "send" calls from a mobile phone in the opposite direction. - Yasmeen23 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:07
that is the challenge map is this? mobile GSM->analog phone->General telephone network (PSTN)? - Josh_Bernier commented on June 10th 19 at 15:10
scheme: the application is a SIP phone -> 2g\3g\4g Internet> ip address a certain gateway, which will connect to the analog telephony -> call analog phone line. - Yasmeen23 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:13
asterisk with the correct cards will fit. or gateway supporting FXO/SIP. - Josh_Bernier commented on June 10th 19 at 15:16
June 10th 19 at 15:06
Asterisk solves. Put him in a card with FXO port, to port, move the copper. With the settings of course will have to wrestle, because the problem is very non-standard, but generally speaking the asterisk has everything you need, and it can be different versions - you can find the finished "black box", configuratii through a web muzzle.
It is not a budget decision. Buy a server Board to him of a license, hire an admin, I certainly will not, for proxy home phone cell phone. Now look, everything I got boxes with FXO port does not have its own SIP server. This means it is necessary to look for such the budget, and to think of how and what to stir up primitive to the SIP server.
PS the Goal is not announced. Rent an apartment in the capital, and the courtyard is closed for vehicle barriers. To be able to open the gate with the keychain or cell phone - you need to fold dengkui on servicing, installation, etc. the Hostess is not going to pay. I'm not going to run the chain of command. And for those who "shlagbaum and**p is not needed", they have the right to open it only from your home phone. Yes, the rights of tenants are violated, go to the showdown and the courts for half a year, but live now. That's cool as I can.
P. P. S. Just calling to throw - not a ride. After calling snimatsa tube and a voice says if You want to open the gate, hit "X" where "X" is a random number from 0 to 9. - Yasmeen23 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:09
the asterisk free. As glands go sagripanti a server with Linux. Money you need will only cost FXO. Well either go opposite - look for a server with FXO port and the SIP server, but I think there will be more difficult to find something cheap. - Josh_Bernier commented on June 10th 19 at 15:12
June 10th 19 at 15:08
Grandstream HT-501 (sort of correctly remembered) FXO SIP gateway.
If you get to it to connect a SIP client (Softphone - you are lucky) if not - you need a PBX server, aka ATS, he Asterisk.
You can configure the schema Asterisk ( cloud virtual server ) - your piece of hardware HT-501 + Softphone and call forwarding to mobile when the Softphone fails to connect.
The server can be your ( 150-200 rubles a month rent, the cheapest ) or your not, makes no difference.
A piece of metal ( FXO gateway ) still have to buy.
Synology is junk. Supports Dosker. I downloaded a ready-made image of Asterisk+FreePBX (this or early version was), even launched, even internal communications were working, but the output out via MTT Magic and failed to get to work. This is an early task was not related to the one that is now solved. Actually buy Grandstream HT-501, he is in the above described binder. If it does not, turn to You for help, to the price, of course, we'll talk. - Yasmeen23 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:11

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