The VigorTalk Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA) is an international-recognized SIPv2 standard compliance that helps customers to migrate legacy analog telephones and conference speakerphones to modern IP devices and further to deliver feature-rich carrier-class Voice over IP service to small-businesses and residences.
The VigorTalk ATA converts voice into data packets seamlessly, transfers the packets over IP network and delivers clear sounding toll-quality voice to the destination, no matter international or local area. This intelligent technology enables customers to extend their investment by leveraging the existing broadband connection, DSL or cable modem, for extremely affordable Internet phone rates, as well as enjoy all of the other available special features from their service provider as well, such as Caller ID, Call Waiting etc.
With easy-installation for end users and easy-provision / maintenance for service providers, the VigorTalk ATA has the capabilities to be large-scale deployed. The VigorTalk ATA can be dynamic software upgrades to offer up-to-date services to the users thereby meets the needs of the blooming VoIP market.
As an interface between telephones and LAN, the VigorTalk ATA features one standard telephone port for connection to the existing phones and one 10/100Base-T Ethernet port for connection to Internet via home or office router/modem. The VigorTalk ATA can be easily configured using complementary built-in Interactive Voice Response(IVR) system via telephone key pad for basic setup or speed switching mode and using Web GUI within embedded Web server for flexible advanced configuration of STUN server, DTMF and Volume Gain.
LAN – One port 10/100 Base-TX port with a RJ-45 connector
Phone – One port FXS
G.168 Line Echo-cancellation
Call Forwarding (always / busy / no answer)
DND (Do Not Disturb)
Protocol: SIPv2 / RTP / RTCP
G.711 A/µ law
Tone Generation & Detection:
DHCP client / PPPoE / Static IP
Automated NAT Traversa
L68 * W113 * H24 (mm)
Web-base User Interface
Command Line Interface (Telnet)
Firmware Upgrade via Web Browser
Touch-tone telephone keypad configuration with IVR support.