D-Link’s 54Mbp/s wireless VoIP broadband router provides a new way to avoid expensive toll calls made via ordinary phone lines, as voice and data services are received over a single network connection. A standard telephone handset is plugged into the gateway’s phone sockets and operated normally. Users register destination numbers with their internet telephony service provider or proxy server, then dial the server code and destination number so that the provider/proxy server can map your number with the destination.
The router is compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g wireless standards and supports session initiated protocol. It provides a 10/100 Mbp/s WAN port for broadband internet connection and four 10/100 Mbp/s LAN ports for connection to servers or workstations. Software is downloaded and updated remotely.
Distributors: Ingram Micro, Dove and Synnex