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Linksys WIP310

The Linksys WIP 310 has a large, full-color high resolution display features an intuitive user interface enabling users to easily and quickly configure the handset with network access using Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS). WPS is a fast, secure way of connecting the WIP310 Wireless-G IP Phone with any standards based Wireless-G broadband router. Just press the WPS button and your connection will automatically be configured and secured with a custom SSID using powerful WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) encryption. Within seconds you have successfully set up a secure connection. The WIP310 utilizes the same trusted and proven Linksys provisioning capabilities presently being used to deploy other popular Linksys voice products on a massive scale.

The Linksys WIP310 can be quickly provisioned via a Wi-Fi connection where their configuration profile is received securely right to the handset using TFTP, HTTP, or HTTPS. The included telephone base accentuates the appealing, modern design of the handset and provides hands-free convenience when using the built-in speakerphone. The WIP310 supports many features such as caller ID, call forwarding, call transfer, 3-way conferencing and can store 200 records in its phonebook. Benefit with low-cost VoIP service with access to any Wireless-G network using the Wireless-G IP Phone from Linksys.

Calling Lines

200 contacts

LCD display – color (128 x 160 pixels)

40h standby – 3h talk time

Wireless Connection

Caller ID

Quick Redial

Volume keys

Mute Key

Call Hold

Call Forward

3-way Call



Web Browser
Support SIP v2 Standards
Multiple SIP Account Support
Compliance with IEEE 802.11b/g Wireless Standard
Wifi Protected Setup (WPS)
Easy Configuration via Web GUI or Linksys Auto Provisioning
Multi-Profile WiFi Support
Visual Voice Mail Indicator
Password security
USB Charger Interface
Comfortable Noise Generation, (CNG)
Handsfree speaker
Voice Activity Detection (VAD)
Direct IP dialing
POP3/SMTP e-mail access (optional)
Embedded web configuration interface (with password protection)
Firmware upgrade through HTTP over WiFi
Auto-provisioning via TFTP/HTTP/HTTPS
Multiple-profile provisioning