The Cisco Analog Telephone Adaptor (ATA) 186 is a handset-to-Ethernet adaptor that interfaces regular analog phones with IP-based telephony networks. The Cisco ATA 186 has two voice ports that were designed to support legacy analog touch-tone telephones. Unlike the regular Foreign Exchange Station (FXS) ports, these cannot be interfaced with a PBX as the Cisco ATA 186 cannot send out digits on these ports. Both voice ports can be used simultaneously as long as they are configured with different telephone numbers.
These are the three ways to configure the Cisco ATA 186:
There is one caveat I know about on the ATA 188 units which may apply on the 186 models, and that is is that the ATA's don't support G729 on both ports simultaneously. Both ports can be setup for G729, but only one port can be in operation with this codec at any one time.
You setup the codec selections in the ATA web page or via the IVR.
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