Steve Totaro wrote:
> Just use a SIP client on your phone. Many providers have multiple
> failover paths for inbound calls.
> This thread morphed from a nice home phone system into something
> completely different.
>> > For my situation, DISA is pointless except for road warriors who
>> > call all over the world, from anywhere, they can call into the corp
>> > system, get dialtone and skip the whole process of expense reports
>> > for work
>> > related calls. It makes things less complex, not more.
>> Using DISA also means getting a corp caller id, not a mobile.
> Yes, spoofing provides that.
>> > Maybe if you explain your situation and how your plan works, but
>> > for me, personally, DISA would be a an added cost and complication.
>> > The only purpose I can think of for myself could be accomplished by
>> > spoofing caller id.
>> How is that done from a mobile? Sofar that has been my main reason
>> for using DISA – cost is not a real issue.
> SIP client. Spoof card, yes it is DISA, but you don’t have to do
> anything but use the card.
Steve, even if I could get SIP clients for our phones, doesn’t this mean
using a data connection rather than just voice? That would make it a
lot pricier than the current setup with DISA (which is largely free).
/Per Jessen, Zürich