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Topic # 59794 12-Apr-2010 18:55
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So we're moving to VOIP through Xnet and I'm just wondering about hardware options.

At present I have a Dynalink RTA1025W for internet (wired and wireless) but it can't handle VOIP. There's no issues with adding a SPA2102 (or a different VOIP adaptor) to the mix but I'm wondering if there's an all in one or better option to consider with wireless N now in play.

At this stage we don't have a huge need for Wireless N, and infact it would probably mean buying adaptors for a couple of machines if we wanted to utilise it. However, I'm wondering if it's worth future proofing now if I'm going to spend ~$100+ on a VOIP adaptor. Any advice\opinions?

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  Reply # 317604 13-Apr-2010 06:44
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For the price option, a 2102 will do fine... a new all in one device with wireless N is on the way a couple of months hopefully and it's a pretty nice unit, price wise it will be comparable or possibly even a bit cheaper than the wag310




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