VoIP Adapters

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VoIP Adapters

VoIP Adapters

  1. Sipura SPA-2100 Analog Telephone VoIP Adapter
    Inexpensive, easy-to-install and simple-to-use, the SPA-2100 connects standard telephones and fax machines to IP-based data networks. IP telephony service providers and enterprise users can offer traditional and enhanced communication services via the customers? broadband connection to the Internet or Local Area Network (LAN). The SPA-2100 features two POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) ports for connection to existing analog telephones, fax machines, PBX and key system communication platforms. The SPA-2100 includes an Ethernet interface for connecting to a home or office PC (LAN) as well as an Ethernet connection to the broadband modem or router (WAN). Each SPA-2100 service line can be independently configured via software controlled by the service provider and/or the end user.

  2. VoIP Adapter KTA1010
    There are some cases of VoIP adapter following :-
    * Enables standard phone or PBX connection to VoIP Services
    * Plug and Play design with Web User Interface
    * Make PSTN and/or VoIP Calls
    * Patented VoIP Voice Quality
    * Access Worldwide Network
    * KTA1010 includes 1 FXS, 1 FXO, 2 RJ45

  3. Voice over IP Solutions
    Specialists in Open, IP based call management systems, we provide solutions that are effective for 2-2000 users. Systems we supply range from cost effective fixed price bundles through to full bespoke call management configurations for large organisations with complex needs.
    Specifications and costs obviously vary according to customer requirement, but generally consist of our system hardware loaded up with the Asterisk software and a number of SIP phones. QoS capable network switches are also available if a LAN upgrade is required as well as suitable UPS and firewall equipment, all sourced from us and configured as a single functional system. ipcortex has proven experience with VoIP technologies and we extensively evaluate and deploy new products in-house before we would even consider providing them to customers.

  4. VoIP Broadband Adapters
    Until recently your Broadband Internet connection will only be used for data communications, i.e. sharing an Internet connection, files or printer resources. It is now possible to make telephone calls over your Broadband connection using a special telephony broadband device (known as a 'VoIP Broadband Adapter') and a related service provider. VoIP stands for 'Voice over IP', which in real terms means to make telephone calls over the Internet. Internet Protocol is a method by which data is sent from one device (e.g. computer or telephone) to another over the Internet. Each device connected to the Internet has at least one IP address that uniquely identifies it from all the other devices on the Internet. An IP address can be equated to a telephone number with an area code and a unique number. 

  5. USB Telebox Adapter for VoIP
    The telebox adapter connects to your PC via USB and to your existing phone line via RJ-11 connectors so you can easily switch between calls through your PC and your home. Now your favorite cordless or standard home phone will ring when you receive an incoming call via VoIP on your PC or your regular phone line. You also do not have to train yourself to any specific software. You can switch between the two lines by pushing on your handset. There are some features of USB telebox adapter is following here's:- * Convert land-line corded/cordless phone to dual function phone with VoIP/Skype support * Make and receive both VoIP and regular phone calls * Auto-detection and auto-switch between VoIP or regular calls * Unique phone rings for all incoming VoIP and regular calls * Driver and sound card built-in; bus-power, no external power required * PC-to-PC, PC-to-Phone, and Phone-to-Phone operations * Supports Plug-N-Play and Hot-Plug features * Supports Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP

  6. VoIP Adapters
    VoIP ATA's (Analogue Telephone Adapters) bridge the technical gap between analogue telephones and fax machines in homes and businesses with making VoIP calls over the Internet. By connecting an ordinary analogue telephone that is already in your house to a VoIP Adaptor, you can benefit from making cheap, crystal clear VoIP calls via a router which is connected to the Internet (and you don't need to turn on your PC). There are two type of port FXO and FXS ports * FXO ports connect to the PSTN network (Telephone Line). VoIP Adapters will have either none or 1 FXO port. Having an FXO port on the adapter will allow you to switch between making/receiving VoIP calls over the Internet and calls over the conventional phone line. * FXS ports connect to analogue phones or fax machines. VoIP adapters range from 1 or 2 FXS ports. 2 FXS ports for example would allow you to have 1 Cordless DECT phone and one fax machine connected to the VoIP adapter or 2 phones each with their own VoIP line.

  7. Patton ships tiny VoIP adapter
    AT&T, Vonage and other carriers are probably coming to terms with the notion that voice over Internet Protocol is the future of residential and business telecom. So, apparently, is Patton Electronics Company, which is shipping the Smart Link M-ATA, an ultra-miniature analog telephone adapter that Patton claims is the world's smallest. The Smart Link M-ATA can connect any standard analog phone or fax machine to a service provider's VoIP network over a broadband Internet connection. Using VoIP can significantly reduce phone charges, which is especially important to small businesses with remote offices. The adapter was designed to be small and lightweight so carriers can save money on shipping costs. The light weight has the potential to save VoIP service providers a dollar or two every time they ship a unit. The small size also makes it easy for employees to toss the gadget into their pocket for use at home or at a remote office.  

  8. PAP2 VOIP Adapters-NEW-Asterisk
    This auction is for two linksys PAP2 Voice-over-IP phone adapters that you can use with Vonage phone service or any VOIP phone service that is compatible with these adapters. The boxes have been opened to unlock, but they never have been used. Some of the features: Two voice ports (RJ-11) for analog phones or fax machines with two independent telephone numbers One RJ-45 port for 10Base-T Ethernet connection Supports Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Supports Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Supports multiple voice compression G.711, G.726, G.729, and G.723.1 Web-based configuration through a built-in web server Telephone key pad configuration via voice prompts Supports DTMF tone detection and generation. Works well with Asterisk PBX. I have three of these units on my Asterisk At Home phone system. With these units you are able to get to Advanced Admin Setting and manually configure anything you wish. Installed firmware is 3.1.6Ls.

  9. Super-small VoIP adapter for phone, FAX
    The Gathersburg, Md., company, known for its routers and ethernet extenders, has unveiled the Smart Link Micro Analog Telephone Adapter, which turns any telephone into an Internet-capable phone. All you need is the pocket-sized device, and your office phone or FAX machine can become a VoIP phone with the flip of a switch. The M-ATA also has a host of standard telephony features, including call waiting, call forwarding, call blocking, caller ID, and audio conferencing. It provides connectivity across firewalls and transport networks and can work with SIP or MGCP signaling protocols.

  10. Netspace VoIP Adapters
    Netspace currently support the Linksys 3102 Adapter (ATA) for VoIP calls. The Netspace phone adapter is a specially pre-configured Linksys 3102 ATA. All you need to do is plug it into your existing network according to the instructions below. Un-pack the Netspace Phone Adapter contents, which will include the following items:
    * Linksys 3102 ATA * Phone cable * Ethernet cable * Power adaptor