Integrated Access Device (IAD)

An Integrated Access Device (or IAD) is a customer premise device that provides access to wide area networks and the Internet. Specifically, it aggregates multiple channels of information including voice and data across a single shared access link to a carrier or service provider.
It provides FXS ports for connecting to analog phones and FXO ports for connecting PSTN exchanges.

We also called it voice gateway, access gateway, FXS/FXO gateway.

Typical application networking diagram
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Roytel IAD/voice access gateway, RT-EIMS2001

Roytel RT-EIMS2001 provides a maximum of 96 FXS ports for connecting analog phones and 24 FXO ports for connecting analog trunks(PSTN).


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Created by: roytel, Last modification: Sat 12 of Oct, 2013 (17:50 UTC) by admin
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