ZyXel Prestige 2602HWL-D1A x20 VPN, 11g +125Mbps Wireless 4x10/100 x2 VOIP ADSL Router
Voice over IP
The P-2602HWL-DxA Series is an 802.11g Wireless ADSL 2+ router complied with standard SIP voice protocol (RFC 3261) for Internet phone services.
End-users can still use the 2 phone ports simultaneously even when your ITSP provides you with only one SIP number. By providing this convenient feature to the end-users, service provides get the opportunity to create more revenue.
Robust Protection and Security
ICSA-certified ZyNOS operating system ensures state-of-the-art SPI firewall protection especially against DoS attacks.
The IAD provides the first line of defense against hackers, network intruders, and other malicious threats. In addition, IPsec VPN helps ensure secured transmission between two sites, allowing secure connection between telecommuters and branch offices without expensive lease lines.
Effective Network Bandwidth Management
The P-2602HWL-DxA Series enables users to allocate network resources while guaranteeing Quality of Service (QoS). Network Bandwidth Management increases productivity and efficiency by tailoring a system to specific demands such as time-sensitive VoIP and multimedia applications.
In case of an unexpected power failure, you can still make regular phone calls with Lifeline support. This feature also kicks into work when the VoIP service becomes unavailable. Phone calls are placed through the PSTN phone system.
Support Multi-Mode standard (ANSI T1.413, Issue 2 ; G.dmt(G.992.1); G.lite(G992.2)).
ADSL2 G.dmt.bis (G.992.3)
ADSL2 G.lite.bis (G.992.4)
Reach Extended ADSL (RE ADSL)
ADSL Physical Connection ATM AAL5 (ATM Adaptation Layer type 5)
Support PPP over ATM AAL5 (RFC2364)
PPP over Ethernet (RFC 2516)
Support VC-based and LLC-based Multiplexing
Support up to 8 PVCs
F4 / F5 OAM
NAT (includes multi-to-multi NAT) / SUA, 512 NAT Sessions Per Host
NAT Server (Port Forwarding)
RIP I/ RIP II Supported
IP Multicasting, IGMP v1 and v2
Dynamic DNS Support
SIP (RFC 3261) version 2
SDP (RFC 2327)
RTP (RFC 1889)
RTCP (RFC 1890)
Echo Cancellation: G.168
VAD (Voice Activity Detection)
CNG (Comfort Noise Generation)
Support TOS & Diffserv Tagging
VLAN Tag Support
Codec: G.711 (PCM A-law or µ-law selectable), G.729a/b
Option: G.726 (ADPCM), G.723*
DTMF Detection & Generation
Multiple SIP Numbers Support
Multiple Channels Support
Modem and Fax Tone Detectio
Dynamic Jitter Buffer
T.38 Fax Relay
CW (Call Waiting)
Call Waiting with Caller ID
Call Forwarding (Unconditional/Busy/No Answer)
Three Way Conference w/ Local Mixing
CLIP (Calling Line Identification Presentation)
CLIR (Calling Line Identification Restriction)
Call Hold / Call Retrieve
Incoming Call Policy (Call Accept/ Call Forward/Call Block)
Flash Hook Timer
Music on Hold
MWI (Message Waiting Indicator (RFC 3842))
IVR (Interactive Voice Response)
Speed Dial (Phone Book)
Caller ID Generation / Detection with DTMF and FSK Format
MCID (Malicious Call Identification)*
DND (Do Not Disturb)*
Last Number Redial*
COLP (Connected Line Identification Presentation)*
COLR (Connected Line Identification Restriction)*
Automatic Call Return*
MWI by E-mail*
Fixed Destination Call*
ATM QoS UBR/VBR/CBR Support
ATM SAR with Low and High Queues
Media Bandwidth Management
RTP Voice Packet as Highest Priority
ToS / DiffServ
Port-based PVC for Different Services (by ISP's Request)
QoS for Triple Play
IEEE 802.11g / 11b Compliance
Data Rates up to 54Mbps, Auto Fall back
64/128/256 bits WEP Encryption
IEEE 802.1 – Port-based Authentication
RADIUS Support for 802.1x
One Non-detachable Antenna
Friendly Web-based Configuration Tool
SNMP v1 & v2c with MIB II
Remote FTP/TFTP Firmware Upgrade and Configuration Backup/Restore
Remote Management: Telnet/FTP/Web
Secure TFTP and HTTP Auto-provisioning
IVR for IP Address and FW Upgrade
HTTPs Auto-provisioning(by project)
2-tier Web and Management: Admin & Guest Access Authority (by project)
Send Emergency Call to PSTN
Make a PSTN Call by Dialing Pre-fix Number
PSTN Relay when Device Power Down
PSTN Relay when VoIP Service is NOT available
Receive Incoming PSTN Phone Call
ICSA Certified Firewall with Stateful Packet Inspection
Prevent DoS Attack
Access Control of Service
Content Filtering: URL Blocking such as ActiveX, Java, Cookies and Web
IP & Generic Packet Filtering
Real-time Attack Alert and Log
Virtual Private Network
5 IPSec VPN Tunnels (2 Concurrent VPN Tunnels)
IKE and Manual Key Management
AH and ESP Protocol
DES/3DES and AES Encryption (S/W)
SHA-1 and MD5 Authentication
Tunnel and Transport Mode Encapsulation
IPSec NAT Traversal
NETBIOS Pass-through for IPSec
RJ-11 DSL Port for ADSL Annex A and RJ-45 DSL Port for ADSL Annex B and U-R2.
4-port Auto MDI/MDI-X 10/100M Ethernet Ports.
Embedded 802.11g Wireless LAN
One External Dipole Antenna, Non-detachable.
Restore Factory Defaults Button
2 FXS POTS Interface
1 FXO PSTN POTS (on P-2602HWL-DxA)
165(W) x 65(D) x 242(H) mm
Operating Temperature: 0°C ~ 40°C
Storage Temperature: -30°C ~ 60°C
Operating Humidity: 20% ~ 95% RH
Storage Humidity: 20% ~ 95% RH
*Firmware upgradeable for future enhancement.
|Number of WAN Connections||1|
|Number of LAN Connections||4|
|Wireless Speed||54 Mbps|
|Aprox Wireless Range (m)||N/A|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||N/A|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- DOA Period:
- 5 days
- 0845 122 0301
What is covered?
For under warrant products, we warrant the RMA service in free of charge. The warranty does not cover user induced damage such as accidental, abused, misused, tampered with, subjected to abnormal working conditions, unauthorised modification or natural disasters.
For out of warranty products, we charge the standard rate of a replacement product.
For more information on warranties, please check our website:
How do I request an RMA?
It is recommended to contact our support team before raising an RMA. This can be done by phone on 0) 845 122 0301 or by email:
To raise an RMA online, just complete the form on our website:
What is the turn around time?
Turn around time is 7 days from receipt of the unit. This does not include delivery time for the return.
Who pays for shipping?
The customer pays for the delivery cost to ZyXEL, while ZyXEL pays the cost to return the product to you.
What do I need to send and how?
If the defect occurs within 28 days of purchase, the unit needs to be sent along with all accessories and user documentation that was included when purchased. A complete replacement will be arranged and sent back to the customer.
If the defect occurs after 28 days from the purchase date, only the unit needs to be sent back.
For information on packaging and shipping, please check section B of the RMA web page:
Where do I send the unit?
ZyXEL Communications RMA Service
C/O A-Novo UK
71 Bilton Way
Who can I contact for any other questions?
For any other questions, concerns or updates that you require, you can contact the support team on 0845 122 0301 or email: [email protected]
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