Could anyone please tell me if a Cisco ATA188 (analogue to digital converter) will work with a standard modem, such as a 56K modem or a PDQ machine (credit card swipe machine, which dials in to Barclays Banking system within the UK)?
I have tried to get a modem working, but cannot maintain a connection, even by reducing the data speed to 2400.
The PDQ machines run at either 300 or 2400 data speeds, but even at these low speeds, we cannot get it to work with an ATA188.
If there is a definitive answer of 'NO', then that is fine, but we cannot find any reference to modems in the ATA188 documentation, either online or in the documentation supplied with the unit.
The company I work for took over another that used ATA 186's. We had mostly VG248s. Since putting them into our VOIP system, they (ATAs) haven't been able to use dial-up consistently. Someone mentioned that there is something like a "payload" setting that allowed them to use dial-up. Do you have any inoformation on this or ideas on where to look? Some people who used the ATA's for dial-up did obtain speeds over 44kbps.
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