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I currently us Linksys/Ciscio, Grandstream and AudioCodes ata’s. none of
the three perform well in all enviroments. Between stablity issues, T38 and
DTMF talkoff all three suffer some combination of issues.

I am looking at Patton and Innomedia. Has any one tried either brand and
what is your experience with them. Which would be the base for stability,
audio quality, provisioning, DTMF talkoff and T38

Any advise before I start testing with these brands would be apperciated.
Any better option you may know of.

Thanks for any input

Bryant

5 thoughts on - looking for a better ATA

  • I’m curious which of the above ills you attribute to the Linksys (assuming
    an SPA2102? The PAP2T does have the T38 problem I believe). Its
    basically the defacto standard for all the giant ITSPs. Perhaps your
    problem is one that could be rectified in some way. I have also tried
    Grandstream and Audiocodes (still use the MP-124s in certain situations)
    and have found that the SPA2102s work the best for us…

    Cheers,

    j

  • The PAP2 and PAP2T do not support T.38. The SPA2102 and SPA3102 support
    it, but have a number of quirks.

    Steve

  • Hi,

    I take it that a pci or usb fxo interface is not what you are looking
    for – or doesn’t fit your requirements?

    Sebastian

  • Us too. Tons of SPA2102’s out there working fine!

    I currently us Linksys/Ciscio, Grandstream and AudioCodes ata’s. none of
    the three perform well in all
    enviroments. Between stablity issues, T38 and DTMF talkoff all three suffer
    some combination of issues.

    I am looking at Patton and Innomedia. Has any one tried either brand and
    what is your experience with them.
    Which would be the base for stability, audio quality, provisioning, DTMF
    talkoff and T38

    Any advise before I start testing with these brands would be apperciated.
    Any better option you may know of.

    Thanks for any input

    Bryant

    I’m curious which of the above ills you attribute to the Linksys
    (assuming an SPA2102? The PAP2T does have the T38 problem I believe). Its
    basically the defacto standard for all the giant ITSPs. Perhaps your
    problem is one that could be rectified in some way. I have also tried
    Grandstream and Audiocodes (still use the MP-124s in certain situations)
    and have found that the SPA2102s work the best for us…

    Cheers,

    j
    Jayson

    The big issue with me and the SPA2102 is the DTMF talk off.

    Thanks
    Bryant