The Patton M-ATA SmartLink Micro VoIP ATA( Analog Telephone Adapter) provides connectivity for analog phones and faxes to a home, home office or
corporate LAN. Connecting to any analog phone, fax or PBX, the SmartLink product is a 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.
Patton M-ATA Analog VoIP Adapter Overview:
The Patton 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 ata-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 ensuring 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.
Patton M-ATA Features & Functions:
Smallest full-function analog telephone adapter available today
Supports Over 20 Voice Calling Features
NAT, DHCP, PPPoE
SIP and MGCP Signaling
Toll Quality CODECs and T.38 Fax
HTTP/SNMP manageable from any location
# of FXS Ports
# of Ethernet Ports
T.38, G.711 pass thru
Auto Provisioning, HTTP, TFTP, Web GUI
Voice Signaling Methods
FXO/FXS Loop Start
Power Supply Included
FXO Gateway Support
Voice Codec Support
G.711 a/u law, G.729 a/b, G.723, G.726
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Q: I have a US Robotics modem on my computer and another on a sign we are installing on our church property. The sign vendor requires a dial-up line with fax support for access. It is impossible to get public phone service to this location. I do have Ethernet access however. I am looking for a device I can put on each end that will allow Analog Telephony to be converted and sent over standard Ethernet and the then converted back a the other end.
A: Hi John,
I believe what you're looking for is an ATA adapter where you will have analog going to SIP and SIP back to analog? The Patton M-ATA will do what you're looking to accomplish.
Please contact our sales experts to further assist you!