[asterisk-users] Reliability of the newer IAXy's
Lists at ropeguru.com
Fri Sep 15 13:42:21 MST 2006
Not sure what to tell you. But for the price, I might have to try one of these instead:
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From: asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com on behalf of John Novack
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Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] Reliability of the newer IAXy's
Regarding the IAXy, newer model- S101i
I have an application for one. Both the IAXy and the Asterisk would be
behind routers ( cheap Linksys ones ) , both ends with a dynamic (
subject to change ) IP address.
I have RTFM, such as it is, and really don't see how it can be properly
Would I be better off with the 2100 and tough through the NAT issues?
Andrew Joakimsen wrote:
> Honestly for the price its a bad unit. If they were priced $40-50 then
> yes its a great unit. But at $90, single port, no web config, very
> basic provisioning and with the S100 we had many issues of reliablity
> where a SIP ATA did not have the same issues. Maybe it's heat, but
> thats an issue I would expect from a $40 chinese ATA, not something
> that cost over $100 at the time.
> For $10 less you can find the SPA-2100 which has double the voice
> ports, a built in router and more options.
> On 9/15/06, Lists <Lists at ropeguru.com> wrote:
>> Is anyone out there currently using the newest model IAXy? I was
>> thinking about purchasing one for testing but was wondering if they
>> have gotten any better than the original models.
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