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Re: VOIP and Telnet

kansasman (
28 Oct 2004 09:45:56 -0700 wrote in message

> It is possible to have VOIP and be able to connect to machines that
> have modems and use telnet?

> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: If I understand it correctly, VOIP --
> or at least Vonage -- can do everything a telephone can do. PAT]

In my experience, in order to have VoIP, you need to have DSL or
Digital Cable with Broadband. I hope this is helpful!

I was curious about this too -- and I found this site to be helpful in
answering some of my basic questions:

Good Luck!

[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: Maybe also the man has not only broad
band and a fast local area network like myself (and most of you) but
he also has (built in by default) 'Dial Up Networking' and he now and
then uses that instead of the broadband, (as I do when I wish to call
some small BBS type thing.) He wonders if *his modem* will work with
his Vonage phone on his broadband line. PAT]

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