CISCO ATA and FXS -> FXO Converter...

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by Antonio, Nov 25, 2003.

  1. Antonio

    Antonio Guest

    What´s the major diference between CISCO ATA 186 and 188? Are they
    H.323 or SIP?
    Does those FXS -> FXO converter works well? (Does the job?)
    My internet conection is adsl and the gateway is a computer running
    W2K, does it interfere on the VoIP function? Will it work?

    My need is to connect two PBX over VoIP and be able to call an
    extension and even get the PSTN line to call outside on the remote
    PBX. But with a less expensive and easier to set up equipment. I´m not
    going to use asterisk (at this point)

    Tony
     
    Antonio, Nov 25, 2003
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  2. On 11/25/03 3:16 AM, in article
    , "Antonio"
    <> wrote:

    > What´s the major diference between CISCO ATA 186 and 188? Are they
    > H.323 or SIP?


    The 188 has two Ethernet ports (so you can plug it inline between you cable
    modem and your computer), the 186 has one.

    They both do SIP and 323.
     
    Cullen Jennings, Dec 2, 2003
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