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Old 05-03-2007, 04:18 PM   #1
glynallinson
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Unhappy Help! Cordless USB Internet Phone


As a new linux user, i'm in need of alittle help.

I'm using Debian and Ubuntu, plus *indows
i've managed to get all but one piece of hardware running
My Cordless USB Internet Phone.
i'm using kiax voIP software, kiax finds the usb device but i can't seem to get the cordless hand set part to work.

Hardware:
Tesco FF128 Cordless USB Internet Phone
VoIP Protocols: SIP, IAX
Codecs: µlaw, Alaw, iLBC, Speex, GSM, G.729

on a side note can't believe i've gotten this far!

Loving Linux, even when i screw things up.

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