Zultys phones

Zultys phones


VOIP phones, media gateways and softphones.
Their LIPZ4 Linux softphone is free.

How to configure Asterisk for LIPZ4 1.3.11

The cheap (?) ZIP 2 phone ($100) comes without any display, but all other typical features like speakerphone (not full duplex!), voicemail indicator, hold, conference, transfer. STUN and UPnP support for operating the phone behind NAT is apparently provided as well (documentation error on the Zultys web site?). Paging support is available it seems (= announcement through the speaker).

Next to a display, instant messaging and a 4-port switch the ZIP 4x4 ($350) includes encryption, a feature rarely found in IP phones. However STUN, UPnP and voice compression are missing (g.711 codec only). From their web site:

Does the ZIP 4x4 support voice encryption?
Yes. The ZIP 4x4 can use RTP Secure and AES encryption to transport voice traffic in a secure manner. Users can engage this function before or during a call by pressing the Encrypt button on the phone."

A test report for the 4x4 can be found here:
http://www.networkcomputing.com/1416/1416f27.html

A free Linux softphone was announced in Feb 2004
Linux Softphone Announcement Article


The following sets were announced on March 21st, 2005

ZIP 2x2

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The ZIP 2x2 is the best value for features. It provides two LAN ports, two call appearances, a backlit graphical LCD, three-way conferencing, full-duplex speakerphone, encryption, power over Ethernet, multi-language menus, custom ringtones, multiple user login, QoS, DND, call forwarding, mute, and redial.

ZIP 2x1

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The ZIP 2x1 provides one LAN port, two call appearances, a backlit graphical LCD, three-way conferencing, full-duplex speakerphone, encryption, multi-language menus, custom ringtones, multiple user login, QoS, DND, call forwarding, mute, and redial.

ZIP 2x2L

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The ZIP 2x2L It provides two LAN ports, two call appearances, a backlit seven-segment LCD, three-way conferencing, custom ringtones, QoS, DND, call forwarding, and redial.

ZIP 2P

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The ZIP 2P provides one LAN port, two call appearances, a backlit seven-segment LCD, three-way conferencing, power over Ethernet, custom ringtones, QoS, DND, call forwarding, and redial.

ZIP 2+

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The ZIP 2+ provides one LAN port, two call appearances, a backlit seven-segment LCD, three-way conferencing, custom ringtones, QoS, DND, call forwarding, and redial.

ZIP 4X4

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The ZIP 4x4 integrates the functions of a managed switch with a business phone, and adds an address book, a calculator, and a speaker phone. The phone is referred to as a "four by four" because it has four call appearances and four Ethernet circuits

ZIP 4X5

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The ZIP 4x5 integrates the functions of a switch and router with a business phone, and adds additional functionality for ease and convenience. The phone is referred to as a “four by five� because it has four call appearances and five circuits. Four of the circuits connect to an Ethernet LAN or broadband connection, and one circuit provides an analog connection to the PSTN.

ZULTY 4x5 Config Sample Config Files

Where to buy

VoIP Supply Largest VoIP-Specific VAR in North America - Enter Discount Code "WIKI5OFF" at checkout and receive a 5% discount Valid for all VoIP-INFO.org members
VoIPon Solutions - Worldwide
Conference phones - for use with VoIP systems
MyPhoneCall - All of Europe
PureTel - Australian Zultys Specialist


Zultys phones


VOIP phones, media gateways and softphones.
Their LIPZ4 Linux softphone is free.

How to configure Asterisk for LIPZ4 1.3.11

The cheap (?) ZIP 2 phone ($100) comes without any display, but all other typical features like speakerphone (not full duplex!), voicemail indicator, hold, conference, transfer. STUN and UPnP support for operating the phone behind NAT is apparently provided as well (documentation error on the Zultys web site?). Paging support is available it seems (= announcement through the speaker).

Next to a display, instant messaging and a 4-port switch the ZIP 4x4 ($350) includes encryption, a feature rarely found in IP phones. However STUN, UPnP and voice compression are missing (g.711 codec only). From their web site:

Does the ZIP 4x4 support voice encryption?
Yes. The ZIP 4x4 can use RTP Secure and AES encryption to transport voice traffic in a secure manner. Users can engage this function before or during a call by pressing the Encrypt button on the phone."

A test report for the 4x4 can be found here:
http://www.networkcomputing.com/1416/1416f27.html

A free Linux softphone was announced in Feb 2004
Linux Softphone Announcement Article


The following sets were announced on March 21st, 2005

ZIP 2x2

Image

The ZIP 2x2 is the best value for features. It provides two LAN ports, two call appearances, a backlit graphical LCD, three-way conferencing, full-duplex speakerphone, encryption, power over Ethernet, multi-language menus, custom ringtones, multiple user login, QoS, DND, call forwarding, mute, and redial.

ZIP 2x1

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The ZIP 2x1 provides one LAN port, two call appearances, a backlit graphical LCD, three-way conferencing, full-duplex speakerphone, encryption, multi-language menus, custom ringtones, multiple user login, QoS, DND, call forwarding, mute, and redial.

ZIP 2x2L

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The ZIP 2x2L It provides two LAN ports, two call appearances, a backlit seven-segment LCD, three-way conferencing, custom ringtones, QoS, DND, call forwarding, and redial.

ZIP 2P

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The ZIP 2P provides one LAN port, two call appearances, a backlit seven-segment LCD, three-way conferencing, power over Ethernet, custom ringtones, QoS, DND, call forwarding, and redial.

ZIP 2+

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The ZIP 2+ provides one LAN port, two call appearances, a backlit seven-segment LCD, three-way conferencing, custom ringtones, QoS, DND, call forwarding, and redial.

ZIP 4X4

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The ZIP 4x4 integrates the functions of a managed switch with a business phone, and adds an address book, a calculator, and a speaker phone. The phone is referred to as a "four by four" because it has four call appearances and four Ethernet circuits

ZIP 4X5

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The ZIP 4x5 integrates the functions of a switch and router with a business phone, and adds additional functionality for ease and convenience. The phone is referred to as a “four by five� because it has four call appearances and five circuits. Four of the circuits connect to an Ethernet LAN or broadband connection, and one circuit provides an analog connection to the PSTN.

ZULTY 4x5 Config Sample Config Files

Where to buy

VoIP Supply Largest VoIP-Specific VAR in North America - Enter Discount Code "WIKI5OFF" at checkout and receive a 5% discount Valid for all VoIP-INFO.org members
VoIPon Solutions - Worldwide
Conference phones - for use with VoIP systems
MyPhoneCall - All of Europe
PureTel - Australian Zultys Specialist


Created by: JustRumours, Last modification: Mon 23 of Feb, 2009 (21:55 UTC) by smithonvoip
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