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    ISDN bridge

    Someone please help me here before I throw my toys right out of the pram. We need to take part in a VC with a third party who have provided us with an ISDN number to dial. Colleague has looked at our ISDN line and decided that it doesn't work and he wont investigate further.

    How can I connect upto an ISDN VC without an ISDN.

    Thanks in advance!

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    What is your VC kit?

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    You may need something like this:

    Video Bridging Services - Video services - BT Conferencing

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    We've got a Microsoft round table but the Head wants it available everywhere so something that might work with a webcam would be good.

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    Looks like you're going to need to use a service like I linked to then if you're going to be using ip based kit to call in to a isdn conference.

    Ben

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    Unless the 3rd party can give you an E164 number that is.

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    Depending on your internet provider you might have access to JANET's VC service https://www.ja.net/products-services...encing-service

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    Which may or may not help them with their 3rd party.

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    Last time I used JANET it could dial an ISDN number for you and connect to your own kit via IP or E164. All nice and automated and when it doesn't work I found the support staff there really helpful

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    ISDN is just a telephone line in essence, we used to phone mobiles from ours to check the audio side of VC units and it was fine.

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    Yes and no. You can't plug in a non isdn piece of equipment in to an isdn line and expect it to work.

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