LAN myTTY 3.0 Software Phone System for 4 Seats & 4 Lines Computer Servers Deaf and Hearing Impaired Individuals for Windows Only
LAN-myTTY is a version of myTTY that loads on a server and allows any computer connected through the local area network (LAN) to send and receive TTY calls. The cost depends on the number of stations and telephone lines that are connected. This system can work hard-wired or wireless. The typical office has a telephone system and a LAN that links various work stations. LAN-myTTY provides a link between the telephone system and the LAN. It allows any workstation to make, receive, and transfer a TTY call on any of your telephone lines. If you have a digital telephone system, you need to have it set to provide an analog port to each line, something that a telephone technician can do easily on most systems. Once you purchase a system, IDRT provides a TTY server, which is basically an ordinary desktop computer configured with multiple voice modems and the LAN-myTTY software. You install client myTTY software on each workstation. There is no limit to the number of telephone lines and workstations the system can handle. The cost of the system is based on the number of "seats" and telephone lines. A "seat" is an active connection to the LAN-myTTY system. You can put the client myTTY software on any number of work stations, but the number of workstations that can use the system at any one time depends on how many "seats" you bought for your system.