Below are links for the user guides for the products that Callnet supports and manages.

Callnet's V50u Router

Callnet’s V50u Router

Router

Callnet has chosen the Innbox V50U VDSL2 router for its standard of delivering ADSL2+, VDSL, and UFB or fibre.  With two analogue ports for your cordless phones, this feature-packed router makes the VOIP solution workable in all business situations.

By introducing the latest VDSL2 technology, Callnet can offer connections of up to 100 Mbps downstream with the latest VDSL2 technology.

Furthermore, Innbox V50u enables multiple profile arrangement to gain symmetrical or asymmetrical connections from CO or remote access module deployments and to provide desired bandwidths even on longer subscriber loops.

Quick Start User Guide | Management Guide | Data Specification Sheet


Cisco IP phone at a glance

Cisco IP phone at a glance

IP Phones

Part of Cisco Small Business IP Phone Series, the Cisco SPA922 IP Phone is a great, upgradeable option for any home office or small business using a hosted Internet telephony service, an IP PBX, or even a large-scale IP Centrex deployment.

In addition to its hundreds of features, the single line can be configured as a unique phone number or extension, or can share a number that’s assigned to multiple phones. Power over Ethernet (PoE) eliminates the need for an additional power source.

Additional features of the Cisco SPA922 IP Phone include:

  • Dual-switched Ethernet ports, speakerphone, caller ID, call hold, and conferencing
  • 802.3af PoE, high-resolution graphical display, speakerphone, and a 2.5 mm headset port
  • Support for one line with two call appearances, as well as three-way conferencing, attended call transfer, and call hold
  • Easy station moves and shared line appearances across local and geographically dispersed locations
  • Standard encryption protocols to provide secure remote provisioning and unobtrusive in-service software upgrades
  • Detailed performance measurement and troubleshooting

Quick Start User Guide | Cisco IP Phone Video Tutorial