Already tested with Idefisk.
Just made a zip compressed folder of the 4 Idefisk installation files (including the idefisk.config file.)
Then published this compressed file (Ca 1 MB) on my homepage.
Went down to a Interenet cape in the neighbourhood.
Clicked on the Idefisk link. The preconfigured Idefisk client downloaded in seconds. Just clicked on the compressed file in Win XP, and pulled out the file folder.
As it were preconfigured (with a idefisk.conf file) it just loged on by default setting, and I could call home without changing any setting.
Thanks a lot for the idea. This actually worked very good
Actually I don’t need my USB stick any more, everywhere there is Internet, there is also a telephone but it might be a good idea to remove the password from the preconfiguration if you have any outgoing lines. (Or you will have to have a very secure configuration of your Asterisk server.)