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'[EE]: Phone line simulator'
2001\05\18@105454 by Charles Craft

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I'm configuring some PCs as VNC servers so that I can dial in for remote sys admin. Unfortunately I don't have two phone lines at home anymore where I can dial out on one and back in on the other.

Anyone have a circuit or links for a phone line simulator so I can hook the modems to each other?

thanks
chuckc

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2001\05\18@113011 by Dipperstein, Michael

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If you actually want to buy a phone line simulator, Teltone makes a few
different models.  I use their TLS-5 all the time.  It simulates 4 lines each
with two phone numbers.

I only use the lines for voice communication, and have no idea how well they
will work with modems.

-Mike

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2001\05\18@125254 by Bob Blick

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I used a 9 volt battery and a 220 ohm resistor once - just hook the two
phone lines together and energize them with the battery/resistor.

You won't be able to test everything of course, because you won't be able
to dial.

Cheers,

Bob

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2001\05\18@133326 by Bob Ammerman

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You can pick up a Panasonic 3x8 KSU for about $300 on eBay.

Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems
(contract development of high performance, high function, low-level
software)

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2001\05\19@064853 by Whinfield

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Try http://www.natcomm.com.au

They have a number of different models and can export. Costs are so much
less.

I have been using the Ringmaster PRO for quite sometime no, I  use it for
quick testing and Demonstrations.

Malcolm Whinfield
http://www.waelect.com.au




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> If you actually want to buy a phone line simulator, Teltone makes a few
> different models.  I use their TLS-5 all the time.  It simulates 4 lines
each
> with two phone numbers.
>
> I only use the lines for voice communication, and have no idea how well
they
> will work with modems.
>
> -Mike
>
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2001\05\19@083711 by Saurabh Sinha

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See: http://www.hotspot.freeserve.co.uk/HOTSPOT/TLS/tlsnotes.htm

Regards,

S. Sinha (Saurabh)
Tel/Fax: (012) 343-4912
Cell: 0825405577
E.Mail: ssinhaspamKILLspamIEEE.ORG
Visit: http://home.mweb.co.za/si/sinha
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