Lots of VoIP Adapters
- Leadtek BVA-8051S, which is a device that SIPphone sells.
- A SPA-2000 locked to BroadVoice, another one locked to Broadvox Direct.
- A Pulver WiSIP phone (from BroadVoice as well)
- A Sipura SPA-1000
- 3 Sipura SPA-3000s
- A Broadvox IP Phone (LIP-200, manufactured by LGE)
- A Mediatrix DTA-2102 provisioned to Broadvox Direct, though the unit is about to be swapped for a Broadvox-labeled one.
- A VoIP Solutions MTA-102
- An Asterisk server to tie it all together.</ul>
Of course, I don’t have all of this equipment hooked up at once — I don’t have enough Ethernet or power connections to support it all. But I can easily swap in and out equipment as needed. Everything speaks SIP (except for the Broadvox IP Phone, which speaks MGCP. With the exception of the provider-locked equipment and MGCP device, it’s easy to mix and match the equipment I need for the various types of testing I do. SIP is notorious for being interoperable and it comes in handy.
Of course, each of these devices have their pros and cons. I’ll save that for Voxilla.