Motorola VT1000 User Manual: Introduction

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Introduction

A Motorola voice terminal (digital phone adapter) adds Voice over Internet Protocol
(VoIP) connections for one or two telephones to any broadband Internet connection. The
connection can be through either:
A cable modem high-speed data service from a cable television company
A digital subscriber line (DSL) service from a telephone company
Other high-speed Internet connection
The VT1000 Series includes the following models, which collectively are referred to as a
"Motorola voice terminal" in this guide:
VT1003
Provide one telephone line
VT1003v
VT1005
Provide two telephone lines
VT1005v
You can use a Motorola voice terminal with almost any:
Cable modem or DSL modem (broadband modem)
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Microsoft Windows
, Macintosh
10/100Base-T Ethernet adapter
Ethernet router or wireless access point
VT1000 Series Voice Terminal User Guide
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, or UNIX
computer with a 10Base-T or
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Vt1003, Vt1005, Vt1003v, Vt1005v

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