Summary: Working great for voip. Decided to put in a toll free line and switch my fax line. went with voip dot ms and everything is working great. Will have paid for itself in 3 months over my existing fax service alone!!
A cheap and light device for voip service and not too complicated
6 June 2012
Summary: This Product is good regarding its prize , it is made in china so it is not (by appearance)100 % same with the original one, for example the labels are papers and they move easily as if they are falling,but its performance is good(I have used it for 2 weeks)and it works without any problem , the only feature missing is that it doesnt have the option for you to config one line for different out going and incoming providers ,(incoming with one voip and out going with...
Summary: I bought a multi function printer which had fax capability but did not want to pay for a dedicated fax line. I purchased this device and subscribed to callcentric. They had the instructions on thier website for setting up the device. Took me about an hour to get it right including working out how to sign into the web programming piece. I consider myself technical, but after that challenge it works like a champ and supports faxing without issue.
Works well, but a really a bit out of date already.
E. Thomas, Amazon
8 February 2012
Summary: This adapter has been around for years. It works well, but for the money there are better options out there. We used one of these for at least a year with our VoIP provider, voiSip (highly recommended) before we had a power surge during a storm. We were going to just replace it with the same model, but someone at voiSip suggested a cordless IP phone from Gigaset, model C610A IP. After trying the IP phone, the difference in call quality is significant.
Summary: The Linksys (now Cisco) PAP2T is a decent little adapter for setting up a Voice over IP (VoIP) connection. You have to sign up for an account with a VoIP provider first, of course. If you want to receive incoming calls from normal telephones or cellphones (on the POTS network), you should sign up for a phone number ("DID") from your provider.
Summary: Fantastic device! No gliches yet.I was paying ma-bell over $20 per mo. for a phone line seldom used.My motion detector with auto dialer was plugged into the phone line in case theives broke into my home.Now-with the PAP2T & VOIP all inbound calls are free & outbound calls are .02 min.! Now,if only there was a way to get naked DSL for free or a much reduced rate? My ATT bill is now cut in half,but as far as Im concerned, its still TOO MUCH.
Summary: This is my second Internet Phone Adapter. My first was a Cisco WRP400-G1, which is also a Wireless 4 Port Router. It was connected directly to the Internet and proved to be trouble free in terms of setup. Just required power cycling it on and off. The Linsys/Cisco PAP2T on the other hand is just an ATA (Analog Phone Adapter) without router capability, and in my case is connected to the internet through a Dlink DIR-825 Router. The PAP2T is surprisingly compact.
Summary: Product installed easy. Worked as advertised. More & clear documentation would have been helpful. Had to go to Internet to get info on device settings. I would recommend device purchase though because it allowed me to get less expensive phone service.