NOTE: For VoIP systems only VoIP drivers are used. No cards are required for VoIP systems.
Physical hardware cards are only used when deploying Analog or T1 or E1 based systems.
All current model Dialogic cards can be used with VoiceGuide v7.
Cards used for analog lines (normal telephone lines) :
Cards used for digital T1 and E1 trunks :
The discontinued DMV cards can also be used for digital T1 and E1 trunks :
Older model Dialogic cards that can still be purchased second hand on Ebay etc. can still be used with VoiceGuide v6.
Which Dialogic card should be used:
Good entry-level cards are the 4 port D/4PCI* series cards (D4PCIUFW, D4PCIUFEQ, D4PCIU4SW, D4PCIU4SEQ, etc). 4 analog phone lines/extensions can be attached to these cards allowing the system to handle 4 simultaneous calls.
If digital T1 or E1 trunks are used then the cards to look at would be the
D/240JCT which handles a T1 connection or a
D/300JCT which is used for E1 connections.
DMV series cards handle multiple T1 and E1 trunks.
Each T1 trunk can carry 24 telephone calls, and each E1 trunk can carry 30 telephone calls. Please contact sales@VoiceGuide.com for more information regarding Dialogic card selection and pricing.
Can be used with BRI ISDN lines and T1/E1 ISDN lines. VoiceGuide v5 can be used with any ISDN BRI (2 channel 128Kbs) and ISDN PRI (24 channel T1 or 30 channel E1) cards that supports CAPI. eg:
|AVM (Fritz!Card, B1, C2, C4, T1, Fritz!GSM, etc)|
|Win2012, Win2008, Win10, Win8, Win7, Vista, Win2003_SP2, WinXP_SP3|
|CPU: i3 2GHz, RAM: 4GB|
|Win2012, Win2008, Win10, Win8, Win7, Win2003, Win2000, WinXP|
|CPU: Pentium 1GHz, RAM: 2GB|
|Win2003, Win2000, WinXP, WinME, Win98, Win95|
|CPU: Pentium 400MHz, RAM: 1GB|