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topflite2673

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Can someone help me solve and recommend what i am trying to do. Its like when i call my home phone it will have another dial tone so i can dial another IDD via VOiP
1. I want to connect my home phone (PSTN) to my MJ which has also a PSTN connection. Was this possible?
2. What equipment should i buy.

Scenario: User A call Line B, and Line C forward the Call of Line B to User X.
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Ok so first I would need to clarify what MJ stands for. But the danger of connecting two lines together is if neither give a cleardown signal, they stay locked up after the first call until they are manually released. If one is a VoIP service then you may be ok.

As for equipment I suspect a small pabx/key system would be needed to handle the switching however if you were to use an ATA (FXO) to convert your PSTN service to VoIP you could then use a raspberry Pi running Incredible PBX.
topflite2673

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MJ= MajicJack.

A call B thru VoiP (Majic Jack w/ telephone port). B also had a regular PSTN phone on which he could connect to C. So that when A calls it will be routed to C.

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So you effectively have three PSTN style services that you want to be able to connect to each other, you will need a small PABX/Key system to achieve what you want to do. You could see how cheap a deal you can get for something like a Panasonic TDA30.
topflite2673

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Thanks for your very swift reply sir...
This would be a very great help.
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IIRC the Panasonic TDA30 has a facility that will enable you to program it to clear down calls after a preset time, just in case there is no clear down signal but it may be worth investigating with your service providers, if you can get a feature known as reversal on idle. This is a way some systems can detect the fact that one party has hung up and so it will clear down the complete link, a much better way of doing it if it is available.
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