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The SmartLink Micro Analog Telephone Adapter
provides connectivity for analog phones to a home, home office or
corporate LAN. Connecting to any analog phone or PBX, the SmartLink
product is ay cost effective solution for small offices and
telecommuters to access Internet-based telephone services and corporate
intranet systems across established LAN and Internet connections like
xDSL and cable modems.
The M-ATA provides one Ethernet (RJ-45) port and one FXS (RJ-11) analog
phone port for quick and easy interconnection to the local LAN. LEDs
show at-a-glance the status of the system, LAN, WAN, and phone ports.
A full suite of IP features (DHCP, NAT/PAT) are available to maximize
universal connectivity. VLAN tagging and prioritization enables voice
traffic to be handled before data traffic insuring higher quality voice
calls. Support for PPPoE tunneling simplifies extending corporate
intranet services to telecommuters.
The user friendly web interface offers two levels of configuration;
level one covers basic subscriber specific parameters, level two offers
advanced settings for the transport network. Configuration and firmware
can be downloaded from a centralized TFTP or HTTP server.
The M-ATA is SIP standard compliant. Analog phones attached to the
SmartLink can use advanced calling features such as call forwarding,
caller ID, 3-way calling, call holding, call retrieval and call
Ultra-Miniature—Smallest full-function analog telephone adapter available today!
Supports Over 20 Voice Calling Features—Call waiting, call conference, caller ID, hotline, distinctive ring and more!
NAT, DHCP, PPPoE—Provides maximum connectivity across firewalls and transport networks.
SIP Signaling—Deploy into any multimedia, interactive, or softswitch network with the leading call and session signaling protocol.
Toll Quality CODECs—Use standard G.711 or G.726 CODECs for toll-quality voice, or G.723 or G.729 for low-bandwidth applications.
Centralized Management—HTTP/SNMP manageable from any location.