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Grandstream GS-HT701 Handytone 701 ATA Analog Telephone Adapter
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- Single FXS telephone port(supporting 5 REN) single 10/100M Ethernet port
- LEDs for Power, Internet, LINK/ACT, and Phone status
- Strong security protection of voice/data privacy using TLS/SRTP/HTTPS, secure and automated provisioning using TR069 and HTTP/HTTPS/TFTP
- Advanced Telephony features including caller ID, call waiting, 3-way conference, transfer, forward, do not disturb, message waiting indication, multi-language voice prompt, T.38 Fax, flexible dial plan
- Support comprehensive voice codecs including G.711 with Annex I/II, G.723.1, G.729A/B, G.726, iLBC
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I cancelled my land line as they were charging $30 per month. I went with voip-ms and now it costs me $1 per month plus 1 cent per minute. I will probably save about $25 per month with this device, so it will pay for itself within only 1 month.
Physical installation is very simple, just plug it to the router and plug a phone to it. However, configuration is tricky if you are not knowledgeable with the technology and the terminology. Basically you configure the ATA by setting the account number, password and server ip address that voip-ms (or other provider) gives you. You access the ATA with a computer by typing ip address in your browser. You can obtain its ip address by dialing *** with your phone or look at the setting that your router assigned to the ATA.
Voice quality is excellent. It sounds just like my wired line. I actually connected the ATA to a phone plug in my room so that all phone plugs work around the house. Make sure you disconnect your "house" from the wired line coming from your landline provider. It is a small box-connector near the electricity consumption meter.
I returned it and got a CiscoSPA112 for about the same price. Much simpler user interface and it registered on the first try, I can place and receive calls through it with no problem.
Configuration is easy, although this particular package does not come with documentation. You must visit the Grandstream web site and download the PDF. Documentation is acceptable, but if you are new to VoIP, budget some time to get acquainted with it. You may find help in your VoIP provider's set-up guides, even if they don't specifically have documentation for this particular model.
The web interface is simple and speeds deployment. There's also a command line telnet interface.
Two issues I had with it, one is that the DHCP client on it doesn't offer a way to release the IP without burning down the entire config (it was my fault it ended up with that IP in the first place). The bigger issue is that the ordering of preferred encoding profiles doesn't necessarily work well with my provider. I had to hard set everything to one specific codec in order to get audio on outbound calls. I don't know if this is a provider issue or an issue related to this unit, but if you buy it and have problems with your audio on outbound calls, try that.
Five stars though; can't beat the price nor the performance. This unit replaces my trusty InterEdge that died an untimely death during a thunderstorm. There would have been a bit of a funeral, but after seeing the Grandstream in action, the Interedge was tossed into the trash and quickly forgotten. Love can be so fickle.
I have since bought an 8 port system from the same company and it works like a champ.
Giving it 4 stars because the UI could use a revamp to simplify or reword the configuration. But not a deal breaker by any means, still a great product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They work okay. Be careful, these sometimes get very hot, hot enough to melt the case.Published 1 month ago by AllAboutThisProduct
I still am trying to configure the ATA701 so that I can use my home telephone thru Onesuite. It is very difficult to get help from Grandstream that will resolve the problems.Published 1 month ago by Dennis Towgood
Used this with our Elastix VoIP system to hook up our fax machine, it works great.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I received a locked device, but the seller was kind enough to refund me. Be careful, from I've read, most of the used devices come locked and cannot be unlocked (except for very... Read morePublished 1 month ago by HackerPoet
Not durable. I've owned a handful of these units; about half of them have failed within two years. I suspect bad solder joints. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeff Stearns
Good product. Worked well. The only thing is this device has very low ring voltage and ring current. Read morePublished 3 months ago by gman
Hooked it up to my VoIP and was easy to set up. Works very well.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
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