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Use Computer for Calling and Receving Landline Calls

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Kinnar vasa

Kinnar vasa

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Hello Friends,

I am new in this blog and this is my first post. Hope will get positive response.

I have BSNL landline, internet broadband connection, modem provided by BSNL for broadband, computer with windows xp SP 2.

I want to connect my bsnl landline with my computer, so i can call and receive to/from other. I don't want to use internet call. I want to use as traditional call but insted of using my Landline, i want to get that input-output on my computer.

So, when I get call , insted of landline, i can receive it on my computer using headphone, same, if i want to call, then using my computer i can do.

I have search and i get Phone Dialer facility of Windows XP (Start -> run -> dialer.exe), but when i start that it shows me message as "The selected server is not responding".

Can anyone help me and guide me step by step, because i search in so many blogs and nowhere is given instruction step-by-step.

Thanks & Regards,
Kinnar Vasa
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