Product Code: TA800
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Product Name: TA800
Price 1: NZ$366.85 inc GST
Ships from: Albany, Auckland
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The Yeastar NeoGate TA800 is an 8-port FXS gateway. It has line echo cancellation and is compatible with both SIP and IAX2. The TA800 is ideal for small and medium enterprises that wish to integrate a traditional phone system into IP-based system.
Featuring 8 FXS ports, the Yeastar NeoGate TA800 connects analog terminals, PBX or key systems to the IP network using FXS connectivity. The NeoGate TA800 multi-port FXS gateway helps to preserve previous investments on legacy telephone systems and reduce communication costs significantly with the true benefits of VoIP.
- Fully compliant with SIP and IAX2
- Flexible calling rules
- Reliable fax performance with T.38
- Provides high-quality voice compression with industry standard codecs
- Line echo cancellation for 32, 64 or 128 ms echo delays
- Web-based GUI for easy configuration and management
- Excellent interoperability with a wide range of legacy and IP equipment
Yeastar voIP Gateways
Cost-Effective & Feature-Rich
A Yeastar VoIP Gateway is an ideal addition to any SMB telephony system, bringing advanced VoIP technology & your phones and network together.
Yeastar's TA, TG, and TE Series VoIP Gateways offer up to 32 FXS ports, 16 FXO ports, 16 GSM/3G/4G channels, and two T1 ports.
Clear voice calls and carrier-grade reliability are guaranteed by a high-end TI chipset and processor. You'll get superb voice compressions.
Excellent interoperability with Vodia, Asterisk, Lync Server (Skype for Business), FreePBX, Xorcom, 3CX platforms, and many more. Also certified with Elastix and Broadsoft.
The simple and intuitive web GUI allows for easy and straightforward configuration, saving you time.
A robust feature set that fulfills business needs & makes full use of analog phones, PSTN lines, digital lines, and cellular networks.
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