D-Link releases VoIP, wireless router

By   |  August 29, 2006

D-Link yesterday released an 802.11g wireless router with a difference into the South African market. The DVG-G1402S, aimed at the home and small home office (Soho) market, includes embedded voice-over-IP (VoIP) functionality.

Aside from the 802.11g wireless networking capabilities users can also connect up to two analog phones to the router. The router comes with two FXS ports and supports the SIP protocol. Call waiting and caller-ID functions are also built into the router.

After selecting a VoIP service provider, the DVG-1402S can be provisioned using secured HTTP/TFTP. For security, all configuration settings are protected and only VoIP service provider or reseller with authenticated user name and password can access the settings.

“This wireless VoIP router provides all of the necessary elements to create a robust voice and data network for home and Soho environments by combining VoIP with a network router”, says D-Link South Africa’s country manager Tobie van Schalkwyk.

“The DVG-G1402S will also help customers control their budget by not having to purchase all of the hardware individually” he said.

The D-Link DVG-G1402S is available through Comztek, Mustek and Pinnacle Micro at around R1 950.

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