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Selling tens of thousands of VoIP adapters every year exposes you to A LOT of questions. The interesting thing is that the same questions seem to be asked over and over and over again.
That’s how this FAQ came to be. The VoIP adapter FAQ you’re about to read has been compiled over the last five years. It contains the most commonly asked questions about VoIP adapters from folks like you.
After reading this if you still have questions about VoIP adapters please give VoIP Supply a call at 800.398.8647. A VoIP adapter expert will be happy to answer any question that’s not found below.
A VoIP adapter is a device that converts analog voice signals into digital IP packets for transport over an IP network. A VoIP adapter also converts digital IP packets in analog voice streams.
VoIP adapters can range in price. They can usually be found from $30 to $100 depending on the configuration.
An FXS port is an interface that connects station devices such as phones or PBX to a VoIP adapter.
An FXO port is an interface that connects a POTS line to a VoIP adapter.
An RJ-45 port enables a VoIP adapter to communicate with your data network with an Ethernet connection.
Yes. Some VoIP adapters support the T.38 faxing protocol. However a better option is a Fax over IP server.
Anyone can use a VoIP adapter. Whether you are a home or business user.
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