A quick response to the IP voice market, the ATA KAP 208 eliminate the need to change analog devices to IP telephony, as they offer analog-digital voice signal conversion for those devices. With reduced size, it has excellent voice quality, compact features, establishes simultaneous calls, and has great performance.

KAP 208 has two Ethernet ports, with one dedicated WAN port for device and network management, and one LAN port for connection with other devices.


Features and Benefits

Typical Applications

  • Conversion of analog extensions into SIP extensions
  • Sends fax using T.38 protocol
  • Connects to other devices using the LAN port
  • Provides advanced IP telephony features to analog extensions

Operation Interfaces

  • Compatible with the SIP 2.0 standard
  • 8 SIP lines
  • Registration in different SIP servers
  • 2 RJ45 Gigabit ports (1 LAN and 1 WAN)
  • 8 FXS RJ11 ports
  • Option for independent registration by FXS channel
  • IPv4 and IPv6 support (Client/Server)
  • Web interface for configuration and monitoring
  • Multiuser interface with access control


  • G.711 A-law and U-law, and G.729 A/AB CODECs
  • Adaptive Jitter Buffer
  • VAD, CNG, echo canceling
  • T.38 and T.30 support (Real-time FAX and FAX with G.711)
  • System Status
  • SNMPv2 support
  • LED status indicators


  • Firmware update
  • URA configuration interface
  • Syslog
  • SNTP
  • Automatic provisioning
  • TR069

FXS features

  • Conference with up to three interlocutors
  • On-hold music
  • DTMF relay – In-band, Out-band, and SIP INFO
  • Call on-hold
  • Call forwarding
  • Mute
  • Call transfer
  • Call waiting
  • Hot-line
  • Caller ID
  • Dial plan
  • Black list
  • Call history



Application Model

Application model - ATA KAP 208


Download here the PDF file with information from KAP 208 Download Datasheet

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