The Fanvil HT301-U and HT302-U are VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) analog telephone adapters designed for connecting analog telephones or fax machines to IP-based networks. They provide a bridge between traditional analog devices and IP telephony systems, allowing users to enjoy the benefits of VoIP technology. Here’s an overview of these two models:
- Fanvil HT301-U: The HT301-U is a single-port analog telephone adapter. It enables you to connect one analog telephone or fax machine to an IP network. It is suitable for home or small office environments where only one analog device needs to be connected.
- Fanvil HT302-U: The HT302-U is a dual-port analog telephone adapter. It allows you to connect up to two analog telephones or fax machines to an IP network simultaneously. This model is useful in scenarios where multiple analog devices need to be integrated into the IP telephony system.
Key features of both models include HT301-U/HT302-U.
a. VoIP Protocol Support: The HT301-U and HT302-U support various VoIP protocols such as SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) and IAX2 (Inter-Asterisk eXchange version 2). These protocols ensure compatibility with a wide range of IP telephony systems and service providers.
b. T.38 Fax Support: They both support the T.38 fax relay protocol, which enables reliable fax transmission over IP networks. This allows you to use fax machines connected to the analog ports for sending and receiving faxes.
c. Easy Configuration: The adapters can be easily configured through a web-based user interface, allowing you to set up the device parameters, network settings, and SIP account details.
d. Advanced Features: They offer various advanced features, including call waiting, call forwarding, call transfer, caller ID display, three-way conferencing, and more. These features enhance the functionality and convenience of the analog devices connected to the adapters.
e. Security and Encryption: The HT301-U and HT302-U support security features such as SIP over Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Secure Real-time Transport Protocol (SRTP), which help protect your communication from unauthorized access and eavesdropping.
f. Power Options: Both models can be powered through Power over Ethernet (PoE) or via an external power adapter, providing flexibility in installation and usage.