The Pros:Not very configurable. Battery backup in case the power goes out. Both for high speed Internet access as well as VOIP.
The Cons:No user configuration whatsoever, so the user it completely at the mercy of the settings the factory or ISP provides for you, which may or may not include blocking ports.
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With millions of Touchstone Telephony Modem TM502’s shipped, ARRIS is pleased to release the new Touchstone Telephony Modem TM602 as the next generation residential product family.
Like the industry leading TM502 product family, the TM602 delivers two lines of carrier-grade Voice over IP (VoIP) along with High-Speed Data access. The TM602 maintains the same modem and battery form factors, but introduces two new battery options. The TM602 family offers the same product variants previously supported with the TM502 family.
DOCSIS® 2.0 and PacketCable™ 1.1/1.5 compliant design
High Speed Internet via 10/100 Base-T Ethernet (RJ-45) or USB1.1 port
Improved Line Card Performance over the industry leading TM502 – Greater than 20% increase in high loop current mode and 10% greater ringing voltage
More Battery Options – including the first and only 2-cell Li-Ion solution for up to 8-hours of standby battery hold time and a new 8-cell battery back for up to 24-hour of hold time!
Boot from Battery – Operators or Subscribers can now boot the modem from a charged battery without needing AC Power
1GHz Tuner – future proof toward future plant upgrades
Loop Diagnostics for remote testing and troubleshooting of in-house wiring
Height in :8.6
Width in :2.1
Depth in :7.1
Height cm :21.8
Width cm :5.3
Depth cm :18.0
User Reviews (17)
battery backup in case the power goes out
both for high speed Internet access as well as VOIP
no user configuration whatsoever, so the user it completely at the mercy of the settings the factory or ISP provides for you, which may or may not include blocking ports
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