Struggle with pulse dialing in the 21st century?


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Situation:

Apartment in Moscow code 495 on a modern PBX.

Elderly ancestors with the disk apparatus to rasstavatsya don't want to.

The line at the entrance to the apartment is passed through a LinkSys SPA3102 with the aim of, hopefully, a clear.

If the power to the SPA off, then pulse dialing through it into place, but if the power there is, is only tone. Google claims that the SPA is no config to get to recognize pulse dialing. :(

The solution from KO:

— change apparatus of the ancestors (both much in 80 years) — does not roll, a more expensive.

— change SPA — sorry for the money spent and hours configuring VoIP routing.

— divorce ancestors in parallel — do not roll in terms of routing.

What to do?
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There are converters pulse dial to tone, which simply included in the line.
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I saw once in the store the phone is decorated in retro. among them are the usual (seemingly) a rotary phone, but in a line of beeps. cost a small fortune.
maybe we should go shopping and look for something like that.
work and a telephone are accustomed to parents and friendly to signal the PBX.
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Disk devices are still manufactured and sold last week had a couple of these.
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A good option. I hope that they are not very expensive, do not require additional power supply, don't distort the signal and easily passed the incoming call to the apparatus.
I'd like to know a specific, proven model from people with experience.
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>.< I still use the disk apparatus. Yes, I'm ashamed. No it does not get hands to buy normal =)
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