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The Grandstream HT701 is a 1 port analog telephone adapter (ATA) which allows you to use an analog phone or fax device on an IP or VoIP network.
The Grandstream HT701 is a powerful VoIP ATA for residential users and road warriors. Its ultra-compact size, superb voice quality, rich functionality, strong security protection, excellent manageability, and auto provisioning enables service providers to offer high quality IP Voice service at extremely competitive prices.
The HT701 is an ideal single-port ATA for large scale commercial IP Voice service deployment. It is also a good choice for road-bound employees who can tap into the company IP Voice system using an existing analog line in their hotel rooms.
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Q: I purchased a brother FAX 575 to use in the office however, it is not sending faxes due to the VOIP. It can receive but not send. Would this adapter work if connected to that fax machine to keep us from having to replace the equipment? If not, do you have another product to consider?
A: Can you tell me how this fax machine is connected? I'm wondering why it can receive and not send.
You can use the Grandstream gateways to connect your fax machine to your PBX, and there are other products as well. I'm sending this to our sales team so they can assist you further.
Q: I have a polycom conference phone that I cannot use in the office because of VOIP. Will this product work to allow this phone to be used? If so, how does it work. I'm hoping for an easy, plug the cord into it-type option.
A: If the Polycom is an analog phone then yes the HT701 will work with it. You will need to do some configurations to the HT701 to get it to work. It is not a plug and play option