Summary: I've had this for over a year now. I was looking for a way to integrate your typical cordless phones with an Internet telephony service provider to make a seamless switch from POTS line ( which was $$/MO! ) to SIP. This device allowed me to do just that.
Pros: Small Quiet Cool Features Price
Cons: Ugly interface ( HA! - does this REALLY matter? ) No user's manual ( may be a con for some )
Summary: Might be useful to someone who knows what they're doing. Sold it to a customer & they returned it because it didn't work out of the box. I'm not going to mess with it anymore. Be sure to have some technical VOIP experience before purchasing.
Pros: Small, inexpensive
Cons: Difficult, if not impossible, for a newbie to set up. Didn't come with instructions - user has to go online to get the documentation to set it up. Uses technical jargon I'm unfamiliar with.
Summary: I was replacing a Linksys SPA1001 that gave me 4 years of trusty service but finally died. The HT701 interface is simple and overall it looks like a pretty good unit, however after spending countless hours trying different configuration options suggested by voip.ms support as well as GrandStream...
Summary: Great product with a good finish and looks strong even if it is made with light plastic. I cancelled my land line as they were charging $30 per month. I went with voip-ms and now it costs me $1 per month plus 1 cent per minute.
Summary: Nothing bad to say about this ATA. It does everything it advertises and without any hassle. I used them to upgrade a customer to VOIP but did not want to overhaul his office phones. I really like how Grandstream keeps a consistent web interface style across their products, and this is no exception.
Pros: Small, Inexpensive, Works admirably well. I use this on an older Canon All-in-One MX860 Series for a send FAX line with Callcentric. Only use it to send, as Callcentric provides a FAX to PDF receive function. Used the recommended FAX settings from Grandstream and Callcentric *except* kept the ech...