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Zoom 58010011 Telephone Adapter without a bundled VoIP Service

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  • One FXS type Loop-start interface with RJ-11
  • One FXO analog interface with Teleport and RJ-11
  • Up to 5 REN (Ringer Equivalence Number), supports more than 5 typical telephones
  • Programmable Ring Patterns
  • Call progress tones supported: Initial dial tone, Secondary dial tone, Stuttered dial tone, Message waiting dial tone, Call forward dial tone, Pre-ringback dial tone, Ring back tone, Call waiting tone, Call holding tone, Call disconnect tone, Call conference tone, Busy tone, Reorder tone (network busy/fast busy), Off hook warning.
  • Power Fail Over
  • Auto switch to PSTN for emergency calling using 911 and other programmed three digit codes
  • FXS to FXO call bridging
  • Wired VoIP

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  • Specifications
  • Warranty & Returns
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The Zoom model 58010011 let your standard analog telephone make and receive calls over a broadband internet connection. Just plug a regular phone into the adapter and that adapter into a broadband-connected router or internet gateway, and you’re off and talking! This versatile adapter supports the standard Session Initiation Protocol (SIPv2) and works with a wide variety of service providers and equipment. It also offers an FXS and an FXO port, and allows calls to be bridged between the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).

The 58010011 also gives you the TelePort , a relay allowing a single phone to place and receive calls over both networks. PSTN fail-over automatically routes calls over the dial-up phone network when power is lost, and supports emergency dialing like 911. You get all the features you’ve come to expect: Call Waiting, Caller ID, Call Transfer, Hold and even Voice Message indicators.

Unique features let you manipulate the quality of your incoming call to enhance listenability and improve sound reception. The Zoom 58010011 is a talented and innovative piece of equipment bringing the convenience of VoIP into your standard phone system, saving you time and money!

  • newegg VoIP Phone Calls with Analog Telephones With the Zoom Telephonics telephone adapter (58010011), make and receive calls over a broadband Internet connection using your standard analog telephones. The intelligent TelePort allows a single phone to place and receive both VoIP and PSTN calls.
  • newegg Supports Advanced VoIP Services The Zoom Telephonics telephone adapter (58010011) supports a number of advanced VoIP services, including Call Waiting, Caller Identification, Call Transfer, Call Hold, Call Forwarding, Distinctive Ringing, and Voice Message Waiting Indication.
  • newegg Easy Configuration and Upgrade The Zoom Telephonics telephone adapter (58010011) provides a browser-based graphical user interface for easy local configuration, and supports remote configuration using a TFTP or HTTP download. The firmware upgrade is automatically delivered without the hassle of manual operations.

Learn more about the Zoom Technologies Inc. 58010011

Model

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Brand
Zoom
Model
58010011

Type

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Type
Wired VoIP

Spec

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Protocols
Voice over IP (VoIP) Protocols:
SIPv2 - Session Initiation Protocol (RFC 3261, 3262, 3263, 3264)
SDP - Session Description Protocol (RFC 2327)
RTP - Real Time Protocol (RFC 1889, 1890)
RTCP - Real-Time Control Protocol (RFC 1889)
X-NSE - Tone Events for SIP/RTP (RFC 2833)
AVT - Tone Events for SIP/RTP (RFC 2833)
Power-on Auto Registration
Re-registration with SIP Proxy Server
SIP over UDP
SIP authentication (HHP Digest with MD5)

Network Protocols:
IPv4 - Internet Protocol Version 4 (RFC 791)
TCP - Transmission Control Protocol (RFC 793)
UDP - User Datagram Protocol (RC 768)
ICMP - Internet Control Message Protocol. (RFC 792)
RARP - Reverse Address Resolution Protocol (RFC 903)
ARP - Address Resolution Protocol (RFC 826)
DNS - Domain Name Server
DHCP Client - Dynamic Host Control Protocol (RFC 2131)
NTP - Network Time Protocol (RFC 1305)
SNTP - Simple Network Time Protocol (RFC 2030)
STUN - Simple Traversal of UDP over NATs (RFC 3789)
HTTP - HyperText Transfer Protocol
TFTP - Trivial File Transfer Protocol (RFC 1350)

Voice Codecs:
G.711 - Pulse Code Modulation
iLBC (Internet Low Bit rate Codec)
G.729
Security
Provisioning/Configuration/Authentication

Password-protected, Web based administration

ARC4 Encryption for TFTP Configuration Profiles

Authentication (Digest using MD5)
Ports
One FXS type Loop-start interface with RJ-11

One FXO analog interface with Teleport and RJ-11

Up to 5 REN (Ringer Equivalence Number), supports more than 5 typical telephones

Programmable Ring Patterns

Call progress tones supported: Initial dial tone, Secondary dial tone, Stuttered dial tone, Message waiting dial tone, Call forward dial tone, Pre-ringback dial tone, Ring back tone, Call waiting tone, Call holding tone, Call disconnect tone, Call conference tone, Busy tone, Reorder tone (network busy/fast busy), Off hook warning.

Power Fail Over

Auto switch to PSTN for emergency calling using 911 and other programmed three digit codes

FXS to FXO call bridging
LEDs
Power, LAN link, VoIP ready, VoIP call in progress, PSTN port ready, voice message waiting
System Requirements
High speed Internet connection (typically a DSL or data-over cable connection)

A router or gateway to share the broadband Internet connection

A Touchtone telephone (conventional analog phone) or a fax machine

CD ROM drive in a personal computer which supports a Web browser (Windows,Macintosh, Linux or other) and is connected to the router
Dimensions
5.7 x 4.4" x 1.1"

Features

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Features
Economical solution provides Voice over the Internet using conventional telephones
Provides one FXS and one FXO port
Uses industry standard Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
Clear, natural-sounding voice quality
Supports remote delivery of firmware updates
Zoom’s TelePort feature allows one or more analog phones to place and receive calls over the Internet and also over the Public Switched Telephone Network
Supports automatic provisioning by service providers

Supports Quality of Service (QoS)

Supports STUN (Simple Traversal of UDP over NATs)

Supports advanced telephone services including CLASS features such as Call Waiting, Caller Identification, Call Transfer, Call Hold, Call Forwarding, Distinctive Ring, and Voice Message Waiting Indication

Proven compatibility with SIP-standard servers from Asterisk Cisco, NetCentrex, Quintum and more.

Packaging

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Package Contents
VoIP telephone adapter

Power adapter

Quick Start Guide

CD ROM

Ethernet cable

Phone cord
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Return Policies
    • Return for refund within: 30 days
    • Return for replacement within: 30 days
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