Summary: No problems installing it, work just fine. A bit of a hassle to configure it but I think that's just the nature of VOIP. The user interface is easy and my provider (callcentric) had nice clear instructions on their website so it was not difficult. Worked the first time.
Summary: I purchase a couple of these to replace FAX machine POTS lines for my company. The interface is horrible, and hardly ever saves your changes. I have one in production, and once it was set up, Works great for its intended purpose. The second one will not stay registered. no matter which firmware.
R. A. Hernandez "You've only got one life to live, so heck live it up. -EmpireCityRay", Amazon
1 August 2015
Summary: This VoIP Adapter is a tremendous workhorse in a small box!! I bought it to use with a CallCentric account (went on their website and saw the corresponding instructions to use in the adapter's online settings) and was using a phone instantly!
Summary: It came with the latest firmware. I followed setup instructions from my SIP provider, and it worked great. The Cisco SPA112 2-port ATA provides a great calling experience. There are a boat load of configuration settings in the web interface.
Summary: works great but need better instructions and how to online was difficult also, but I called customer service and they were very helpful got me all connected and it is working great. I learned a lot and still learning how to use a VOIP but it sure is great not to have a phone bill.
Summary: The ATA installed quickly with no problems and appears to be working fine. My issue with CISCO is I used their chat support to ask them how I get future firmware updates. The response floored me. CISCO wants me to buy a service contract in order to get firmware updates.
Summary: I had a similar VOIP device finally die after years of service (CallCentric VOIP). I tried an Obi device (quality issues), and then the Ooma service, which was difficult to cancel when it didn't work. Finally just purchased this, it was easy to set up, and it's working flawlessly!
Summary: We tacked one of these to our basement wall to replace traditional POTS service at our home, and it so far has given us three months of boringly reliable service (the good kind of boring). The second phone line is handy for home office use and the occasional intercom call.