Cisco ATA 192 Multiplatform Analog Telephone Adapter 2-port with router for multiplatform, 2x RJ-11 FXS ports, 2x 10/100 Mbps RJ-45 Ethernet ports, 100×100×28mm, 132.1g
The Cisco ATA 192 Multiplatform Analog Telephone Adapter turns traditional telephone, fax, and overhead paging communications devices into IP devices for greater cost-effectiveness. Customers can take advantage of IP telephony applications by connecting their analog devices to Cisco analog telephone adapters. The ATA 192 analog telephone adapters are handset-to-Ethernet adapters that allow regular analog phones to operate on IP-based telephony networks. The ATA 190 support two voice ports, each with an independent phone number.
The ATA 192 is the preferred solution to address the needs of customers who connect to enterprise networks, small offices, or unified communications as a service from the cloud. It has two standard FXS ports, which can be configured independently as two Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) registrations. It also has two 100BASE-T ports with an integrated high-performance router to extend local network connectivity. With the ATA 192, customers can protect and extend their existing investment in analog systems, as well as smooth their migration to pure voice-over IP in a more affordable and reliable way.
Cisco ATA192 Multiplaform Features:
- Provides 2 standard FXS ports which can be configured independently as two SIP registrations
- Turns traditional telephone, fax, and overhead paging communications devices into IP devices for greater cost-effectiveness
- Offers clear, natural-sounding voice quality via advanced preprocessing, high-performance echo cancellation, voice activity detection, and comfort noise generation
- Enables zero-touch provisioning via TR-069 and XML configuration files
- Provides a complete security solution for both media and signaling
- Improves serviceability with a dedicated PRT button for problem reporting and log collection
- Enables IPv6 dual-stack to help with migration to IPv6
- Designed to work with third-party call control systems (3PCC, SIP)
- Does not work with Cisco call control systems