The AU-600 is a USB device which provides a traditional PSTN FXO and FXS interface to a Windows machine running the Skype VoIP client software. It allows users to use a regular analog telephone as the audio device on their Skype client, as well as rudimentary call routing between the Skype network and the PSTN. Some users have also successfully used the AU-600 in concert with an FXO port on an Asterisk server as a single-channel gateway between their Asterisk call routing and the Skype network (A sort of hardware chan_skype). They are available for purchase online from a seemingly endless number of VoIP vendors for around USD$50.



  • Continue to make and receive regular calls as you normally do
  • Make and receive Skype calls using your standard telephone
  • Forward Skype calls to your mobile phone
  • Make Skype calls from your mobile phone even when you are away from your computer
  • Switch between a Skype call and a regular phone call


  • Windows 2000 or XP
  • Available USB port (1.0, 1.1 or 2.0)
  • Skype version 1.1 or higher ( must be installed
  • 128MB RAM
  • 10MB available hard disk space


Contact :

ATCOM technology co.,limited
Address Rm.6A/B,Shangtian building,No.70,Nanyuan Rd., Shenzhen,China
Tel (86)+755-83018469 83018569 83018769
Fax (86)+755-83018319
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Created by: petersun, Last modification: Sun 20 of May, 2012 (20:15 UTC) by admin
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