Which Hosted Voip Router Is Right for You?
One of the most important decisions when you’re using VoIP is choosing the right router to use with a hosted VoIP PBX. To help you in this decision the wholesale VoIP provider VioceBuy recommends you to have a look at the following business quality routers that cover the whole spectrum of business connectivity, including Cable, DSL, and Wi-Fi.
The ADTRAN NetVanta 3120
You can use ADTRAN’s NetVanta 3120 with cable connectivity. The hosted VoIP router is, in fact, very reliable. The router supports up to 12 users on a cable broadband connection. Some of the main features of ADTRAN’s NetVanta 3120 VoIP router are an Ethernet WAN port, a four-port Ethernet switch, and built-in firewall, as well as quality of service that ensures high quality of VoIP service and VoIP phone calls.
The ADTRAN NetVanta 3130
ADTRAN’s NetVanta 3130 is a DSL VoIP router. Actually, this router is very similar to the ADTRAN’s NetVanta 3120 model above. The router has four-port Ethernet switch, built-in firewall, and QoS. However, there is still some difference between these two models: the ADTRAN’s NetVanta 3130 model includes an ADSL WAN port to support ADSL, ADSL2, and ADSL2+ broadband. Both models support DHCP to assign IP addresses, Network Address Translation (NAT) to conceal private address, and IPSec VPN.
The Cisco WRV210 Wireless-G
The Cisco WRV210 Wireless-G is a Wi-Fi VoIP router. The advantage of this model is the fact that it deliver sthe best Wi-Fi performance in your home or small office. The features of the router include a four-port 10/100 Ethernet switch and integrated wireless access, advanced encryption to protect against wireless intrusion.