Subhanshu Tiwari <stiwari <at> cdotd.ernet.in>
2003-06-10 03:40:04 GMT
Yes, this is possible.
Infact the requirements for this service (Internet call waiting)
is presently being addressed by SPIRITS forum of IETF.
You can get more details from :-
On Mon, 9 Jun 2003, [iso-8859-1] yogesh swami wrote:
> I am doing my PG from Indian Institute of
> My question is whether it is possible to surf the net
> & simultaneously receive calls fom PSTN.This is
> possible using DSL & ISDN. But can we acheive this on
> Right now we have an application where an internet
> user is prompted of an incoming call.But i am thinking
> of taking this application a little further by
> allowing the user to receive the incoming call using a
> mic & a speaker( Headset) same as voice chat,without
> disconnecting the net.
> Thus the calling party will be speaking through the
> normal PSTN phone & the called party(internet
> user)will talk on the mic.It will require VoIP &
> certain IP-PSTN media gateways.
> can you comment on the feasibility of this project.
> I will be glad if u can guide me in this regard
> Yogesh Swami
> Indian Institute of Sciences(IISc),Bangalore
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