Last week I made a trip to Kersbrook in the nearby Adelaide Hills, where I visited Michael from OEG Australia. Michael works from a home office in this beautiful location, just 35 minutes from the middle of Adelaide:
OEG Australia are the developers behind a popular Adelaide based ITSP. Michael was keen to try out an IP04 as an alternative to the ATAs and ADSL routers (with integrated FXS/FXO ports) that many of their customers use. Some of their customers had been complaining about echo (including Michael himself) and low levels, on both the FXO and FXS ports. When I arrived we placed a test call from a SIP phone through the SPA-3000 FXO port. Sure enough, lots of echo.
We swapped out his SPA-3000 and replaced it with an IP04. The echo was gone and levels improved. Nice win for Oslec and the IP04 and it’s always good to see Open Software outperforming closed. I really like stress-testing Oslec on lines that have proved difficult for echo cancellers so Michael will keep running this IP04 for a few weeks to see how we go.