ATA = Analogue Terminal Adapter

Connects an Analogue Telephone to a VOIP network
Usually has an Ethernet jack, and an RJ-11 phone jack.

Sometimes referred to as VOIP Gateways, TA (Terminal Adapter), FXS Adapter, etc. Some ATAs are locked to a particular provider, and useless with any other. Virtually all ATAs use either the SIP or IAX industry standard protocol.

Created by: jht2, Last modification: Thu 01 of Mar, 2012 (01:22 UTC) by admin
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