Ham Radio Maine Connection Center -- PBX Phone System Project
Featuring the IncrediblePBX-2021 system
IncrediblePBX2021 / VOIP.MS Phone Number provider / Hamshack Hotline
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for the Service
Link to the website  
Description / Notes
IncrediblePBX2021 community
Support forum
 
More information on the Incredible PBX 2021 system can be found at
Voip-Info forums -- for help and user community support,
IncrediblePBX Wiki Page -- for general Wiki information,
and on Nerd Vittles -- Install tutorials and much, much more.
Get your own VOIP.MS account
here
If you need I can connect you through our system.
Voip.ms is a phone service that you get a DID (phone number) from to build your own system or even connect in through mine (call me if you want to do this - there are security concerns this way). I have used them exclusively for over 10 years (since I started with PBX in a Flash - now IncrediblePBX2021) I have 15 numbers with them for different purposes and businesses I run.
Hamshack HotlineMy extension on HH is 4329
I have a trunk on my system to the Hamshack Hotline system.
Hamshack Hotline is built on Asterisk, just like my system and I can connect into it. You can get your own extension (see supported list of phones for easy connections -- Grandstreams are not in it -- HHUX or HHX will be assigned if you use unsupported brands/models).
Check them out.
Currently in use Equipment
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Notes
GrandstreamHandyTone 702
HT-702
Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA)
Used to connect regular phones (POTS) to a VOIP system.
This one can do 2 phones/extensions (e.g. cordless and a Fax machine)
Discontinued model by Grandstream
GrandstreamHandyTone 812
HT-812
Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA)
Used to connect regular phones (POTS) to a VOIP system.
This one can do 2 phones/extensions (e.g. cordless and a Fax machine)
Newer version of the 702 above.
GrandstreamGXP line
GXP1405
VOIP/SIP (Voice over IP / Session Initiated Protocol) phone
These are older SIP phones (discontinued) that do 2 lines. These can run with POE (Power over Ethernet) to save wires. - I have 2 in the home
GrandstreamGXP Line
GXP2140 with Sidecar
VOIP/SIP phone
These 4-line phones are my operator desk phones (4 total), all have at least 1 side car to speed dial extensions. These are also discontinued but work very well. These can also handle POE.
No longer in use / in storage / available as backup Equipment
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Notes
NortelNortel 1535
with Video capability
1 Sip Line with Video Phone
This has to be one of my first SIP phones. It works, but feels more like a toy.
PolycomSoundpoint Line
SPIP301
2-Line VOIP/SIP phone
These are my oldest SIP phones (discontinued) that did 2 lines.
PolycomSoundpoint Line
SPIP501
3-Line VOIP/SIP phone
These are my oldest SIP phones (discontinued) that did 3 lines.
PolycomSoundpoint Line
SPIP601 with Side Car (DSS)
6-Line VOIP/SIP phone
These are my oldest SIP phones (discontinued) that did 6 lines.
 



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