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Is there a way to use the FXS (phone port) on AT&T's Uverse modem/routers with my own voip service?

I have an AT&T uverse modem/router, the motorola nvg510. It has a built in FXS port for VoIP. I'd think there would be a way to use this with a sip/voip provider of my own choosing, but I don't ...
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I want to connect to my router through wifi and use its pstn phone line

Can anyone refer me where to look I want when I am not at home to connect to my router and use it to call through my phone line (so when I am out of the country I will pay local price to place calls ...
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Receive and route phone calls through computer

I volunteered to work for a political campaign. We want to make a unified number (with multiple lines) to put as contact us number. We want it to work like customer support numbers, you call a fixed ...
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Hooking up iMac, DSL modem, router, VoIP box and ROKU

I want to hoop up iMac, DSL modem, router, VoIP box and ROKU. How do I begin? I've read to go from wall to modem to router to VOIP, then I guess I'd just get another cable to hook the ROKU to the ...
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What N+ modem routers with VOIP exist?

i'm looking to purchase an N+ wireless router with built in voip capabilities. why n+, because i have some bad interference with my crappy (old) 802.11b Netgear Wtg624 router + nb1300 modem (yes, ...
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Do I have to have a special router or modem to enable VOIP?

Do I have to have a special router or modem to enable VOIP?