[ubuntu-uk] Sourcing Components

Stephen Hildrey steve at uptime.org.uk
Sun Nov 18 12:03:15 GMT 2007

Matthew Macdonald-Wallace wrote:
> On Sat, 2007-11-17 at 19:42 +0000, Stephen Hildrey wrote:
>> Matthew Macdonald-Wallace wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I'm trying to source the following:
>>> ADSL PCI/PCI-e Modem
>>> PCI/PCI-e FXO/FXS card
>>> I would like to avoid eBay if I can, Dabs don't seem to have any, nor do
>>> novatech or eBuyer - any ideas, or do I have to ship them in from the
>>> US?
>> Froogle is your friend: http://www.google.co.uk/products?q=fxo%20card .
>> That said, I bought my FXO card on eBay from a UK seller. No problem,
>> works a treat.
>> Steve
> Steve,
> Thanks for that, basically, I'm building a PBX for a company and I want
> my components to come from sources that I can go back to if it
> breaks! :o)

Ah... I see! I'm not sure how susceptible FXO cards are to failure, but
they're pretty cheap to replace.

Still if you want the warm fuzzies from a real company that you can
chase in the event of failure, you could try Digium whose UK resller is
Telappliant (http://www.telappliant.com/ and click "VoIP Hardware". ;-)


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