Linksys WIP310


General Description

The Linksys WIP310 phone is a 'candybar' style SIP WiFi phone that supports 802.11b/g as well as WEP/WPA/WPA2/TKIP/SES network encryption. There are two ports: a headset port, and a USB port (mini-b style) that acts as a charger port.
The phone is derived from an earlier model, the WIP300.

Features at a Glance

Feature Support
802.11b WiFi Yes
802.11g WiFi Yes
10/100/1000BaseT physical connection No, only wireless
Cellular/dual-use No, only VoIP
Skype Support No (try the WIP-320)
NAT Traversal Support Yes, stun
Send/Receive Email Yes, but cumbersome
Charge from AC Yes, using provided AC adapter
Charge from USB Yes, but cable not included
USB communication interface No, only for charging (perhaps future comm support?)
Bluetooth Support No
Web Config Interface Yes
Built-in Camera No


Q. Can the phone charge over USB using a regular USB cable connected to a computer, laptop, or powered hub?
A. The phone is chargeable via a USB cable connected to a powered-on desktop or laptop.

Q. How long does the battery last?
A. 50 hours standby or 3 hours talk

Q. Does this phone handle stun? turn/ice?
A. The phone works fine behind NAT using STUN. It does not implement ICE/TURN.

Q. Does this phone support Bluetooth headsets?
A. No

Q. How easily configurable is the phone?
A. The menus are easy to navigate, although using the keypad can be a bit cumbersome. There is a web interface that can make bulk changes easier.


Standards 802.11b, 802.11g
Band 2.4GHz
Transmit Power 12.5 dBm for 802.11g / 16.6 dBm for 802.11b
Radio Range Out-door up to 200m, In-door up to 75m via Embedded Antenna
External interface One USB 1.1 port, 2.5m Standard 4 Segment Ear Phone Jack
Display 1.8 inch TFT, LCD (128 x 160 pixels) with 65K colors
Memory 32MB NAND Flash + 32MB SDRAM
WiFi Account Support Multiple access point registration support
Network ProtocolsTCP/UDP/IP, IPV4, DNS, SDP, ARP, ICMP, DHCP Client, Static IP, PPPoE
Voice Protocols SIP v2 Session Initiation Protocol (RFC3261)
Device Dimensions 1.77” x 4.65” 0.81” (W x H x D) 45 x 118 x 20.47 mm
Weight 0.22 lb (0.1 kg)
Power 900mAh Li-ion battery, AC Adapter
CertificationFCC, CE, IC, UL
Operating Temperature0 to 40ºC (32 to 104 ºF)
Storage Temperature-20 to 65ºC (-4 to 149 ºF)
Operating Humidity10 to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing
Storage Humidity10 to 95% non-condensing

Feature List

  • SIP Session Keep Alive
  • Multiple SIP Account Support
  • Voice Codec's G.711, G.726, G.729, G.723 CODEC support
  • DTMF Transmission In-band, out-band (RFC2833)
  • Minimum Requirements
    • Internet Connection (cable/DSL/other)
    • Wireless Router / Access Point with DHCP server
    • Activated VoIP Service
  • Package Contents
    • Handset
    • USB Power Adapter
    • Li-ion Battery
    • Quick Install Guide
    • User Guide on CD-ROM
  • Voice Quality G.168 Echo cancellation
  • Jitter buffer control
  • Comfortable Noise Generation, (CNG)
  • Handsfree speaker
  • Speaker and microphone volume control
  • Silence suppression
  • Voice Activity Detection (VAD)
  • Telephony and 3-way conference call
  • Supplementary Services Call hold and resume
  • Caller ID presentation
  • Dial by phone number
  • Call forward
  • Call transfer
  • Call waiting and retrieve
  • Mute
  • Speed dial
  • Last number redial
  • Direct IP dialing
  • DTMF tone detection and generation
  • Volume control
  • Vibrator (silent mode)
  • Password security
  • Phone book (200 records)
  • Call history (20 records)
  • POP3/SMTP e-mail access (optional)
  • Ringtones: polyphonic (MIDI)
  • Downloadable and selectable wallpaper
  • Language - English
  • Management features AES encryption
  • Embedded web configuration interface (with password protection)
  • Firmware upgrade through HTTP over WiFi
  • Auto-provisioning via TFTP/HTTP/HTTPS
  • Multiple-profile provisioning
  • Remote software upgrade via WLAN
  • Configuration recovery
  • Secure Easy Setup (SES) configuration

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Created by: bevilacqua, Last modification: Wed 17 of Feb, 2010 (15:45 UTC) by VoilensP
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