I have read and followed several posts related to connecting Phonegnome and Asterisk, but have not yet figured out the optimal setup for what I hoped I could do. First let me say I'm currently running the "PBX-In-A-Flash" setup of Asterisk which uses the FreePBX front end. What I hoped I could do is two things. First I would like to be able to place calls from the Phonegnome box using it's FXS (locally attached phone) port, and have it use the Asterisk outbound routes and trunks I have setup (link it was simply another SIP extension). The other think I hope to do is to use the Phonegnome's FXO (the PSTN phone line dial tone) port as an outgoing trunk to my Asterisk system. Using the blog from Phonegnomes web site I setup an ITSP in my Phonegnome box that connects to me Asterisk server. I used the settings in a trunk setup (incoming settings) setting the user context to the PSTN number. If I use the context of "from-internal" I can dial other internal extensions to the PBX, but when it uses my outgoing routes and trunks it fails to connect the 2 calls (I see it dialing out, but do not hear ring nor voice). If I use the context "from-trunk" any number I call (other than internal extensions which still work as before) end up calling back into my PBX as if the call was an incoming call from the outside world. Does anyone know the correct configuration to get these 2 (seemingly) simply things to work? I know this all is technically possible if the box was a generic SPA-3000, but not sure if the highly customized Phonegnome firmware they apply to the SPA-3000 does this. By the way, I do not know if it makes a difference, but the outgoing trunk to my PBX is a PSTN connected to a SPA-3102 I bought hoping to use as another Phonegnome box as soon as they had firmware for this box, and it works correctly when used from a standard SIP/IAX2 client (including the FXS port on the SPA-3102 as well).