ADSL router as ATA without ADSL bit?

Discussion in 'UK VOIP' started by Adam Aglionby, Aug 24, 2005.

  1. Ebuyer have attractive looking price >30GBP, on Zoom XV5 5565 ADSL
    router with VOIP

    Is it possible to frankenstein this on to the back of a D-Link wifi
    router connected , ethernet, to Teleworst cable modem?

    Need wifi connection for laptop, like idea of DECT phone available on
    voip, like distinctive ring and QoS router should provide.But tightwad
    looking for cheapest way of doing it.

    Very new to voip and learning new acronyms by the minute.

    Thanks for any help.

    Adam Aglionby, Aug 24, 2005
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  2. Adam Aglionby

    themgt Guest

    Ooooh, cheap. Cheaper than a secondhand ATA on eBay.
    One of the ethernet ports would have to be MDI wouldn't it ? It doesn't
    say in the datasheet on Zoom's website. Also the picture of the back
    panel comes up blank for some reason.
    themgt, Aug 24, 2005
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  3. Adam Aglionby

    Ian Guest

    I would say not. the ATA part of this type of units are on the wan side,
    what you need is a V3 version which is for cable modems. Or any other ATA/
    router. GS 486. for example for that matter.

    Ian, Aug 24, 2005
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