yup, community, but You normis is from MT, so the recipment of this question is correctif by guys you mean mikrotik, better address those to firstname.lastname@example.org because this is a community forum
IMHO this is bad approach ... as going into triple play is only "right" solution, and MT has noting incommon with tv this is natural way of evolution of routerboards for me as an integrator and wisp/ispAFAIK there are and will be no plans for any VOIP devices
And how are you going to connect it to rb on the roof with cpe? as 411/711 has only one eth? What about power? What about warranty ? Plenty of problems that could be solved with one integrated rb. And ofc - quality of voip by grandstream is not so good...buy one of these and just stick it in the same enclosure or case:
http://www.telephonyware.com/telephonyw ... ht286.html
Its about half the size of a routerboard.
Are you seriously suggesting running two cat5e cables from the customer to the antenna outside? That's crazy.Hi,
Guys are you planning to set up any voip hardware? Ideal would be 711 with integrated voip. So we put 2x ethernet cable on roof (one for ethernet + phone lines one for power).
Is this just a guess or have you had problems with a specific grandstream products?And ofc - quality of voip by grandstream is not so good...
I think Linksys and Grandstream have similar products as well.ZyXEL make a small ethernet router that has 1x WAN, 1x LAN and 2x FXS ports. It will do PPPoE on the native vlan and can put voip on a seperate vlan.
There are plenty of affordable VoIP adapters in the market already.
Mikrotik should continue to focus on routing and wireless IMO.