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Topic # 106285 20-Jul-2012 17:42 Send private message

My PAP2T is in its dying throws (or at least I suspect it is as it has developed a bit of a buzz on both lines)

I'm looking at the spa112 as a replacement.
I lodged a support query with 2talk to see if their autoprovisioning for the spa122 would work with the 112.
They responded that it would but recommended against purchasing a 112 or 122 at this stage due to some firmware problems - and recommended I go with the older spa2102

Can anyone confirm what the firmware bugs are and what problems they are likely to cause me?

Do you agree with 2talks recommendation?

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  Reply # 659257 20-Jul-2012 17:50 Send private message

farcus: My PAP2T is in its dying throws (or at least I suspect it is as it has developed a bit of a buzz on both lines)


If you were interested in fixing the PAP2T, you may find it's just the power supply dying - they seem to have a habit of it.



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  Reply # 659275 20-Jul-2012 18:11 Send private message

RunningMan:
farcus: My PAP2T is in its dying throws (or at least I suspect it is as it has developed a bit of a buzz on both lines)


If you were interested in fixing the PAP2T, you may find it's just the power supply dying - they seem to have a habit of it.


Thanks. I've already tested an alternative power supply but unfortunately it didn't resolve the issue.
The unit is getting on in years - about five or six.

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  Reply # 659298 20-Jul-2012 19:35 Send private message

There's a new firmware for the SPA112/SPA122 due in a week or two which fixes major issues. Contact me through http://nicegear.co.nz and I can sort you out with the release candidate.






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  Reply # 659373 21-Jul-2012 00:26 Send private message

hads: There's a new firmware for the SPA112/SPA122 due in a week or two which fixes major issues. Contact me through http://nicegear.co.nz and I can sort you out with the release candidate.


Thanks - I was actually looking at purchasing the unit from your site as you have a pretty good price.
Maybe some time next week. Smile

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  Reply # 659947 22-Jul-2012 16:48 Send private message

The SIPURA SPA2102 is my favourite of all my ATA I own, unfortunately I do not own neither have a played with a CISCO SAP 112/122.
I was interested to see what was so special about the new versions over the getting old in the tooth 2102 model.

The datasheet on Cisco site found here, I was hoping it would shed light oin the difference and educate me, but...

"SIP support in Network Address Translation (NAT) networks (including Serial Tunnel [STUN])"

Cisco should stick to layer 2 & 3 products Laughing
I miss Sipura.

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  Reply # 659952 22-Jul-2012 16:51 Send private message

ROFL

I guess that's what happens when acronyms have multiple meanings in the same industry!


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  Reply # 659988 22-Jul-2012 17:48 Send private message

Voice quality on the SPA1xx is noticeably better than the older hardware, esp G729 codec which works better for 3G connection. I long stopped installing these older ATA since the WRP400 came along.




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  Reply # 665003 31-Jul-2012 22:04 Send private message

coffeebaron: Voice quality on the SPA1xx is noticeably better than the older hardware, esp G729 codec which works better for 3G connection. I long stopped installing these older ATA since the WRP400 came along.


Does this mean you'd recommend a WRP400 over using an SPA112?

Do you know if there a NZ provisioning profile available for the WRP400 like the Linksys SPA modules.

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