I believe the TE110P is a T-1 card - a bit of overkill for what you need. Probably the better option from Digium is the TDM400 which can be configured with 4 ports - which you may only need 1 port configured on the card.
The configuration would be something like:
Verizon line -> TDM400(installed in Asterisk box)
The phone can be SIP phone you want ranging from the free softphones all the way up to the Cisco stuff and would be connected to the Asterisk box through your LAN.
This is just one arrangement and there are many other permutations of course. Check out the wiki at voip-info.org/
[quote=“sithik”]Thanks again BaconButtie, I’ve been reading ALOT (maybe too much) about how PBX’s work, and how * works. Im still somewhat lost as to the hardware required.
Lets say I have a verizon landline (with thier freedom plan (call anywhere in the US and canada for free), I think I would definately use that (possible?)
The other thing I dont understand are these cards…
Im guessing (digium.com/index.php?menu=pr … uct=TE110P - err wrong, at least i hope so, $600 worth of hopeso anyway) would work fine for a single phone (for now) PBX setup?
So, from what im gathering. I need at least one of those cards (assuming the link i posted would work for what I wanna do (for now) ), a PBX phone (grandstream.com/y-gxp2000.htm) and that would be it?
from what im INTERPRATING, the setup would look like this:
NID (Verizon landline)
56k Modem? (in computer)
TE110P (in computer)