WelshPaul wrote:Better results using Ethernet with my Pi
I have a spare OBi202 here along with an OBiLINE adpator however I don't have an active PSTN line anymore... I will test my old BT phone socket later as they don't actually kill them any more, they simply leave them active but you cant dial out other than 999 or receive any calls! You can however dial 17070 ;)
If my old BT line works, I shall connect it all up and try a test using nothing but stock default values and see if I have any issues with echo or other audio issues. If not your welcome to them if you pay postage.
Extremely kind of you to offer and it's really appreciated
and I might take you up on it
but atm I'm considering our options either by completely switching to VOIP (meaning no echo) or using something like voip2go for outgoing calls and cancelling the unlimited call package we currently have with BT.
Switching to VOIP completely would mean having to port our number which also means having no internet and with the rigmarole we had last time (no internet for 3 months) I don't fancy having to go through that again.
Any advice (or recommendations for VOIP, PSTN + broadband) would be awesome