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Using modem calls with VoIP

A modem translates information (binary data) from a phone or a cable line (analog channels), changes the data to a digital form, and delivers it to your computer.


While modems were created to be used on the traditional (analog) telephony network, you can configure them to work with VoIP (digital). Here are some troubleshooting tips to help ensure that your modem works correctly with VoIP.

To use modem calls over VoIP: