VG202 Cisco Analog Voice gateway controller
A low-density offering in the Cisco VG200 Series of gateway products, the Cisco VG202 Analog Voice Gateway combines granular RJ11 analog interfaces with Cisco IOS Software manageability to deliver a platform designed to maximize the functionality of existing distributed analog equipment in a Cisco Unified Communications system deployment.
The Cisco VG202:
-Is a low-density two-port gateway for analog phones, fax machines, modems, and speakerphones .
-Enhances an enterprise voice system architecture that is based on a Cisco Integrated Services Router, Cisco modular access router, or a Cisco VG224 in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager or Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express deployment.
-Is housed in a compact, fanless, desktop form-factor chassis that is wall-mountable.
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