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Voice modem help (giving you some)

Finding a voice modem has become a struggle.

Finding voice drivers for windows 10 a hassle.

Here's a page of reference conexant drivers you can force windows 10 to use. You'll have to use the Browse my computer, then Let me Pick, then Have Disk, or it will claim the voiceless microsoft driver is newer and therefore better.

https://www.driverscape.com/manufacturers/conexant/modems

Finding a voice modem has become a struggle. Finding voice drivers for windows 10 a hassle. Here's a page of reference conexant drivers you can force windows 10 to use. You'll have to use the Browse my computer, then Let me Pick, then Have Disk, or it will claim the voiceless microsoft driver is newer and therefore better. https://www.driverscape.com/manufacturers/conexant/modems

Century Control Systems, Inc. www.centurycontrolsystems-inc.com

Honestly, I just want Microsoft to end support or or even announce end of support altogether instead of the incredibly slow death of the technology.

Then we will have justification to push email or VOIP as a fallback and in absolutely critical installations, an autodialler or SMS appliance.

As it stands, because we can get it to work (with slightly increased effort after every Windows feature update) we'd have to pry the analog voice notifications away from Operators' cold, dead heads.

Twilio is also fairly trivial and low maintenance, but securing an internet-facing application is not. SIP device support would be nice to avoid this.

Honestly, I just want Microsoft to end support or or even announce end of support altogether instead of the incredibly slow death of the technology. Then we will have justification to push email or VOIP as a fallback and in absolutely critical installations, an autodialler or SMS appliance. As it stands, because we *can* get it to work (with slightly increased effort after every Windows feature update) we'd have to pry the analog voice notifications away from Operators' cold, dead heads. Twilio is also fairly trivial and low maintenance, but securing an internet-facing application is not. SIP device support would be nice to avoid this.
edited Sep 6 at 8:22 pm

Kinda hard to sell twilio when I can't find the service plan to sell them.

Twilio changes their website so often.

Kinda hard to sell twilio when I can't find the service plan to sell them. Twilio changes their website so often.

Century Control Systems, Inc. www.centurycontrolsystems-inc.com

If you just pre-pay with a credit card, it's ridiculously cheap. $100 could last about 5 years in a fairly quiet system (10 calls per day)

If you just pre-pay with a credit card, it's ridiculously cheap. $100 could last about 5 years in a fairly quiet system (10 calls per day)

Most of our systems are quieter than that, but the ISA acceptable 6 alarms per hour (<50 in an 8 hour day) is our target.

https://www.twilio.com/try-twilio

Most of our systems are quieter than that, but the ISA acceptable 6 alarms per hour (&lt;50 in an 8 hour day) is our target. https://www.twilio.com/try-twilio
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