Wanted uk linksys 3102

Thunderstorm just blow up my Linksys 3102 and now looking for a replacement LINKSYS SPA 3102

Dave.

PS I’m in the UK !

I’ve used the ‘Grandstream HT802’ ATA on a couple of occasions where a customer had a device that needed an analog dialout via their PBXact & they seemed to work ok. They are also supported within EPM. I believe these are equivalent to the ‘Linksys 3102’ ATA’s.

The HT802 were readily available in the UK earlier this year when I purchased them.

I’ve looked into the HT802 and it appears to have 2 FXS ports, I need 1 FXO and 1 FXS ports. I would rather have the Linksys SPA 3102 as I have the settings available from the broken one.
Thank You.

Fair enough, I appreciate you might want to try & use the same device as before to provide a drop-in replacement.

However, in case you can’t get a replacement ‘Linksys 3102’, I believe the HT813 has 1xFXS & 1xFXO ports to match your requirement (although you’d probably have to configure it manually as this model is not listed in EPM).

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There are any number of Chinese copies of spa3000 fxs/fxo devices for less than $40 they work as well as the original Sipura ones did. Ckeck Ebay AliExpress and Banggood

(is using a ‘reference design’ the same as Piracy ? )

I’ve seen the SPA 3102 on Ali for £45 but wondered if anyone had one hanging around. I think the SPA3000 had echo issues with the design assuming it’s an exact clone, I have alerts setup on eBay if anything crops up.

Thank you.

I prefer the Grandstream series, prices good, comprehensive API.

I guess I’m too lazy to learn a new ATA but I will look to the Grandstream HT813. By API do you mean GUI or something else ?

(PS I know it means Application Interface :slightly_smiling_face:)

you have an ssh login available with a menu matching much the gui, but either way, once done you will rqrely need to revisit apart from any logging you might neee

Ah ok, I prefer GUI’s anything command line gives me the shivers :grimacing:
The 3102 I had, would stay up from power cut to power cut 1000’s of hours