- Brand Name: Cisco
- Model Number: SPA2102-NA
- Connectivity Technology: ethernet
- Network Data Transfer Rate: 100 Megabits Per Second
- Item Display Weight: 1.1 pounds
Cisco SPA2102 VoIP Phone Adapter with Router
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- Easy to Install and Simple-to-Use
- Toll Quality Voice and Carrier-Grade Feature Support
- Large-Scale Deployment and Management
- Ironclad Security
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The SPA2102 features two POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) ports to connect existing analog phones, fax machines, or to a PBX system. The SPA2102 includes 2 100BaseT RJ45 Ethernet interfaces (LAN-WAN) to connect to a home or office LAN, as well as an Ethernet connection to a broadband modem or router (WAN). Each SPA2102 service line can be independently configured via software controlled by the service provider or the end user.
Top Customer Reviews
Echo cancellation and jitter buffer work well.
The latest firmware allows you to increase the DTMF detection timing so that talkoff (spurious DTMF) can pretty much be eliminated. Currently, this can't be done using a PAP2T-NA adapter. This setting is under "Admin -> Voice -> Advanced -> Line1/Line2 -> DTMF Tx Strict Hold Off Time".
If your VOIP provider supports it, then T38 faxing works fairly well, with adjustable redundancy levels.
I've tried many other adapters and always had trouble, this is the only one I'll buy from now on. Anyone interested in a used PAP2T? :)
* Display Name (your Gizmo5 user name)
* Proxy Server (Host): proxy01.sipphone.com
Proxy Server (IP): 184.108.40.206
Registration Server: proxy01.sipphone.com
* SIP Port (UDP): 5060
STUN Server: stun01.sipphone.com
STUN Port: 3478
* User ID: 17471115555 (replacing with your 1747)
Auth ID: 17471115555 (replacing with your 1747)
* Password: (your gizmo5 password)
The Gizmo5 link for configuration is below.
I'm sure if you know everything about VOIP, you could change all sorts of other settings (there are hundreds), and do clever stuff - but I just wanted this for a simple, cheap phone line.
Set up on this voip router was pretty straight forward for me, but I'm fairly technically inclined. You may need the assistance from your local teenager to help you figure it out. You'll find that most of the voip providers have a setup example page which will usually include the settings for this router or a similar model. Since it provides for two separate phone lines and service accounts, I also had it configured to work with Gizmo5, but Google recently phased that service out.
I have mine mounted on a wall in my basement where my main phone line comes into the distribution panel, that way, I can have all of my home phones connected to it. I plugged this router into my home network router and when I want to make changes on it, I temporarily unplug one of my computers from my network switch hub and plug it directly into the LAN port of the SPA2102.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have several of these, all operating trouble free. However:
1. Cisco stopped selling these in May of 2012. Search "spa2102 discontinued". Read more
Unless you are are advanced computer technician ready to do a bit of hacking, you must be certain the SPA2102 is a -NA version, and NOT an "-AN" locked version. Read morePublished 7 months ago by GS
This turned out to be a locked adapter, so I had to return it, and my return was handled properly.Published 8 months ago by Ronald Leemhuis
have one now, but had to send this "back-up" back cause it was programmed for" Vonage" PC phone and i use "Lingo" who by the way sent me a... Read morePublished 8 months ago by willie a wysinger jr.
works fine had proble with local provider giving up contorl of VOIP.Published 10 months ago by idahogoosehunter
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