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Série Mediatrix 3000

Les passerelles VoIP et les contrôleurs de session en périphérie (SBC) de la série Mediatrix 3000 avec les fonctionnalités R2 CAS E1, ISDN E1 PRI, T1PRI, BRI, E&M E1/T1 PRI, ou interfaces FXS/FXO offrent une solution idéale pour l’utilisation des applications de communication vocale de l’entreprise ou pour se connecter à un accès à large bande d’un fournisseur de services.

Les passerelles VoIP Mediatrix 3000 intègrent les systèmes PBX et les PSTN existants à des systèmes de téléphonie IP.

 


Modèles

Mediatrix 3208
Mediatrix 3216
Mediatrix 3308
Mediatrix 3316
Mediatrix 3404
Mediatrix 3408
Mediatrix 3631
Mediatrix 3632
Mediatrix 3731
Mediatrix 3732
Mediatrix 3734
Mediatrix 3741
Mediatrix 3742

Spécifications

  • Back-to-Back User Agent
  • SIP Header manipulation
  • SIP Registrar
  • SIP Authentication
  • SIP Failover
  • Registration throttling/caching
  • Call Forking
  • Dynamic call routing based on:
    • Peer Monitoring State
    • Registration cache
  • Call Admission Control based on:
    • Call Volume
    • Bandwidth usage
    • Concurrent calls
  • Near and far-end NAT traversal
  • Audio and Video media relay
  • Codec filtering
  • SIP and Media Encryption
  • UDP/TCP/TLS interworking
  • DTMF interworking
  • SIP (RFC3261)
  • IMS (3GPP TS 24.229)
  • UDP, TCP, and TLS transport
  • IPv4 and IPv6 (dual-stack)
  • Digest Authentication
  • SIP Failover using DNS SRV
  • Multiple Registration/Virtual gateways
  • PRACK (RFC3262)
  • Event Notification (RFC3265)
  • UPDATE (RFC3311)
  • Asserted Identity (RFC3325)
  • Reason Header (RFC3326)
  • ISUP to SIP mapping (RFC3398)
  • REFER (RFC3515)
  • MWI (RFC3842)
  • Replaces header (RFC3891)
  • Referred-by (RFC3892)
  • Session Timers (RFC4028)
  • ANAT (RFC4091)
  • MIKEY (RFC3830)
  • SDES (RFC4568)
  • Dialog Events Package (RFCRFC4235)
  • Conferencing for User Agents (RFC4579)
  • Vocoders:
    • G.711 (A-law and μ-law)
    • G.723.1
    • G.726
    • G.729a/b
  • T.38 Fax relay
  • Comfort Noise (RFC3389)
  • RTP/RTCP (RFC3550/3551)
  • SRTP/SRTCP (RFC3711)
  • Clear-Channel voice-band-data (RFC4040)
  • RTP events (RFC4733)
  • Configurable jitter buffer
  • Configurable packetization time
  • Loop Start (various customization)
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • DTMF detection and generation
  • Carrier tone detection and generation
  • Silence Detection
  • Voice Activity Detection
  • Caller ID Detection and Generation (FSK and DTMF)
  • Message Waiting Indicator Tone, FSK, and Voltage
  • Automatic Call
  • Emergency Call
  • Hold
  • 2nd Call
  • Call Waiting
  • Call Transfer (Blind/Attended)
  • 3-way Conference (locally mixed)
  • Distinctive Ring
  • Routing Criteria:
    • Interface
    • Calling/Called party number
    • Calling/Called URI
    • Time of day, Day of week, and Date
    • Many others
  • Number manipulation using regular expressions
  • Mapping and transformation of Call Properties to/from Sip Headers
  • Hunt groups
  • Compliant with multiple enhanced security protocols offering a rich feature set including:
    • SIP over TLS
    • SRTP with MIKEY key management protocol (RFC 3830 and 4567) and SDES key management protocol (RFC 4568)
    • X.509 Certificate management
    • HTTPS for the exchange of Configuration File and web pages
    • SNMPv3
    • TR-069 management protocols
    • OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) revocation status verification for TLS links
  • Supported Hash:
    • SHA-1 and SHA-2
  • Supported Key Exchange Mechanism:
    • RSA
    • Diffie-Hellman
  • Supported Cyphers:
    • AES (128 and 256 bits)
    • 3DES (168 bits)
    • Blowfish (448 bits)
  • Group 3/Super G3 Fax real-time FoIP over clear channel (G.711), G.726, or T.38
  • T.38 Fax relay (9.6 k and 14.4 k)
  • G.711 Fax and Modem pass-through (RFC4040)
  • Fax tone detection and pass-through on G.711 and G.726
  • MODEM tone detection and pass-through over G.711 and G.726.
  • Zero touch Provisioning
  • TR-069, TR-104, and TR-111
  • WEB GUI
  • SSH and TELNET
  • SMNP v1, v2c, and v3
  • Scripts/firmware files uploaded via HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and TFTP
  • Customisable CDR
  • Event Notifications via Syslog, SIP, Log File, and SMNP Traps
  • PCM capture
  • Packet capture
  • Diagnostic traces
  • Remote activation of service licenses
  • IPv4 – IPv6
  • Multiple IP addresses per link or VLAN
  • Multiple VLANs per link
  • DHCP client
  • PPPoE
  • IEEE 802.1q + DSCP QoS tagging (media, signaling, and mgmt)
  • IEEE 802.1x Wired Authentication
  • LLDP-med
  • Traffic shaping
  • Firewall with stateful inspection, rate-limitation, and automatic black-listing
  • Static routing
  • NAPT
  • DHCP Server
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
  • Storage temperature: -20°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: up to 85%, non-condensing
  • Height: 44 mm (1.73 in.)
  • Width: 445 mm (17.5 in.)
  • Depth: 205 mm (8 in.)
  • Weight: 2.8 kg (6.2 lbs) TBD
  • Agency Approvals
    • UL
    • CE Marking
    • FCC
    • NOM – Mexico
  • Safety Standards
    • UL60950-1: 2nd Edition, 2007-03-27
    • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1- 07 2nd Edition, 2007
    • IEC60950-1: 2005, 2nd Edition with all national deviations
    • NOM-019-SCFI-1998
  • Emissions
    • FCC Part 15:2010 Class B
    • EN55022 (2006) Class B
    • EN61000-3-2 (2000) Harmonic current emissions
    • EN61000-3-3 (1995) Voltage fluctuations and flicker (with amendment A1)
  • Immunity
    • EN55024 (2010), with amendments A1 and A2 including the following:
      • EN61000-4-2 (2009), ESD
      • EN61000-4-3 (2006+ A1:2008+ A2:2010), Radiated RF
      • EN61000-4-4 (2004+ A1:2010), Burst Transients
      • EN61000-4-5 (2006), Surge
      • EN61000-4-6 (2009), Conducted RF
      • EN61000-4-11 (2004), Voltage Dips and Interruptions
  • Telecom
    • FCC Part 68: Subpart D, October 2007
    • Industry Canada (CS-03, Issue 9, Part I, Amendments 1,2,3)
    • ETSI TR103050 V.1.2.1 2002
    • TBR21, January 1998
  • 6 x RJ-11 interfaces for analog PSTN line (FXO)
  • 2 x RJ-11 interfaces, analog phone/fax (FXS)
  • 5 x 10/100 BaseT Ethernet RJ-45 interfaces
  • Back-to-Back User Agent
  • SIP Header manipulation
  • SIP Registrar
  • SIP Authentication
  • SIP Failover
  • Registration throttling/caching
  • Call Forking
  • Dynamic call routing based on:
    • Peer Monitoring State
    • Registration cache
  • Call Admission Control based on:
    • Call Volume
    • Bandwidth usage
    • Concurrent calls
  • Near and far-end NAT traversal
  • Audio and Video media relay
  • Codec filtering
  • SIP and Media Encryption
  • UDP/TCP/TLS interworking
  • DTMF interworking
  • SIP (RFC3261)
  • IMS (3GPP TS 24.229)
  • UDP, TCP, and TLS transport
  • IPv4 and IPv6 (dual-stack)
  • Digest Authentication
  • SIP Failover using DNS SRV
  • Multiple Registration/Virtual gateways
  • PRACK (RFC3262)
  • Event Notification (RFC3265)
  • UPDATE (RFC3311)
  • Asserted Identity (RFC3325)
  • Reason Header (RFC3326)
  • ISUP to SIP mapping (RFC3398)
  • REFER (RFC3515)
  • MWI (RFC3842)
  • Replaces header (RFC3891)
  • Referred-by (RFC3892)
  • Session Timers (RFC4028)
  • ANAT (RFC4091)
  • MIKEY (RFC3830)
  • SDES (RFC4568)
  • Dialog Events Package (RFCRFC4235)
  • Conferencing for User Agents (RFC4579)
  • Vocoders:
    • G.711 (A-law and μ-law)
    • G.723.1
    • G.726
    • G.729a/b
  • T.38 Fax relay
  • Comfort Noise (RFC3389)
  • RTP/RTCP (RFC3550/3551)
  • SRTP/SRTCP (RFC3711)
  • Clear-Channel voice-band-data (RFC4040)
  • RTP events (RFC4733)
  • Configurable jitter buffer
  • Configurable packetization time
  • Loop Start (various customization)
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • DTMF detection and generation
  • Carrier tone detection and generation
  • Silence Detection
  • Voice Activity Detection
  • Caller ID Detection and Generation (FSK and DTMF)
  • Message Waiting Indicator Tone, FSK, and Voltage
  • Automatic Call
  • Emergency Call
  • Hold
  • 2nd Call
  • Call Waiting
  • Call Transfer (Blind/Attended)
  • 3-way Conference (locally mixed)
  • Distinctive Ring
  • Routing Criteria:
    • Interface
    • Calling/Called party number
    • Calling/Called URI
    • Time of day, Day of week, and Date
    • ISDN Bearer Channel, ITC, and NPI
    • Many others
  • Number manipulation using regular expressions
  • Mapping and transformation of Call Properties to/from Sip Headers
  • Hunt groups
  • Hairpining
  • Compliant with multiple enhanced security protocols offering a rich feature set including:
    • SIP over TLS
    • SRTP with MIKEY key management protocol (RFC 3830 and 4567) and SDES key management protocol (RFC 4568)
    • X.509 Certificate management
    • HTTPS for the exchange of Configuration File and web pages
    • SNMPv3
    • TR-069 management protocols
    • OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) revocation status verification for TLS links
  • Supported Hash:
    • SHA-1 and SHA-2
  • Supported Key Exchange Mechanism:
    • RSA
    • Diffie-Hellman
  • Supported Cyphers:
    • AES (128 and 256 bits)
    • 3DES (168 bits)
    • Blowfish (448 bits)
  • Group 3/Super G3 Fax real-time FoIP over clear channel (G.711), G.726, or T.38
  • T.38 Fax relay (9.6 k and 14.4 k)
  • G.711 Fax and Modem pass-through (RFC4040)
  • Fax tone detection and pass-through on G.711 and G.726
  • MODEM tone detection and pass-through over G.711 and G.726.
  • Zero touch Provisioning
  • TR-069, TR-104, and TR-111
  • WEB GUI
  • SSH and TELNET
  • SMNP v1, v2c, and v3
  • Scripts/firmware files uploaded via HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and TFTP
  • Customisable CDR
  • Event Notifications via Syslog, SIP, Log File, and SMNP Traps
  • PCM capture
  • Packet capture
  • Diagnostic traces
  • Remote activation of service licenses
  • IPv4 – IPv6
  • Multiple IP addresses per link or VLAN
  • Multiple VLANs per link
  • DHCP client
  • PPPoE
  • IEEE 802.1q + DSCP QoS tagging (media, signaling, and mgmt)
  • IEEE 802.1x Wired Authentication
  • LLDP-med
  • Traffic shaping
  • Firewall with stateful inspection, rate-limitation, and automatic black-listing
  • Static routing
  • NAPT
  • DHCP Server
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
  • Storage temperature: -20°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: up to 85%, non-condensing
  • Height: 44 mm (1.73 in.)
  • Width: 445 mm (17.5 in.)
  • Depth: 205 mm (8 in.)
  • Weight: 3.0 kg (6.6 lbs) TBD
  • Agency Approvals
    • UL
    • CE Marking
    • FCC
    • NOM – Mexico
  • Safety Standards
    • UL60950-1: 2nd Edition, 2007-03-27
    • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1- 07 2nd Edition, 2007
    • IEC60950-1: 2005, 2nd Edition with all national deviations
    • NOM-019-SCFI-1998
  • Emissions
    • FCC Part 15:2010 Class B
    • EN55022 (2006) Class B
    • EN61000-3-2 (2000) Harmonic current emissions
    • EN61000-3-3 (1995) Voltage fluctuations and flicker (with amendment A1)
  • Immunity
    • EN55024 (2010), with amendments A1 and A2 including the following:
      • EN61000-4-2 (2009), ESD
      • EN61000-4-3 (2006+ A1:2008+ A2:2010), Radiated RF
      • EN61000-4-4 (2004+ A1:2010), Burst Transients
      • EN61000-4-5 (2006), Surge
      • EN61000-4-6 (2009), Conducted RF
      • EN61000-4-11 (2004), Voltage Dips and Interruptions
  • Telecom
    • FCC Part 68: Subpart D, October 2007
    • Industry Canada (CS-03, Issue 9, Part I, Amendments 1,2,3)
    • ETSI TR103050 V.1.2.1 2002
    • TBR21, January 1998
  • 12 x RJ-11 interfaces for analog PSTN line (FXO)
  • 4 x RJ-11 interfaces, analog phone/fax (FXS)
  • 5 x 10/100 BaseT Ethernet RJ-45 interfaces
  • Back-to-Back User Agent
  • SIP Header manipulation
  • SIP Registrar
  • SIP Authentication
  • SIP Failover
  • Registration throttling/caching
  • Call Forking
  • Dynamic call routing based on:
    • Peer Monitoring State
    • Registration cache
  • Call Admission Control based on:
    • Call Volume
    • Bandwidth usage
    • Concurrent calls
  • Near and far-end NAT traversal
  • Audio and Video media relay
  • Codec filtering
  • SIP and Media Encryption
  • UDP/TCP/TLS interworking
  • DTMF interworking
  • SIP (RFC3261)
  • IMS (3GPP TS 24.229)
  • UDP, TCP, and TLS transport
  • IPv4 and IPv6 (dual-stack)
  • Digest Authentication
  • SIP Failover using DNS SRV
  • Multiple Registration/Virtual gateways
  • PRACK (RFC3262)
  • Event Notification (RFC3265)
  • UPDATE (RFC3311)
  • Asserted Identity (RFC3325)
  • Reason Header (RFC3326)
  • ISUP to SIP mapping (RFC3398)
  • REFER (RFC3515)
  • MWI (RFC3842)
  • Replaces header (RFC3891)
  • Referred-by (RFC3892)
  • Session Timers (RFC4028)
  • ANAT (RFC4091)
  • MIKEY (RFC3830)
  • SDES (RFC4568)
  • Dialog Events Package (RFCRFC4235)
  • Conferencing for User Agents (RFC4579)
  • Vocoders:
    • G.711 (A-law and μ-law)
    • G.723.1
    • G.726
    • G.729a/b
  • T.38 Fax relay
  • Comfort Noise (RFC3389)
  • RTP/RTCP (RFC3550/3551)
  • SRTP/SRTCP (RFC3711)
  • Clear-Channel voice-band-data (RFC4040)
  • RTP events (RFC4733)
  • Configurable jitter buffer
  • Configurable packetization time
  • Loop Start (various customization)
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • DTMF detection and generation
  • Carrier tone detection and generation
  • Silence Detection
  • Voice Activity Detection
  • Caller ID Detection and Generation (FSK and DTMF)
  • Message Waiting Indicator Tone, FSK, and Voltage
  • Automatic Call
  • Emergency Call
  • Hold
  • 2nd Call
  • Call Waiting
  • Call Transfer (Blind/Attended)
  • 3-way Conference (locally mixed)
  • Distinctive Ring
  • Routing Criteria:
    • Interface
    • Calling/Called party number
    • Calling/Called URI
    • Time of day, Day of week, and Date
    • ISDN Bearer Channel, ITC, and NPI
    • Many others
  • Number manipulation using regular expressions
  • Mapping and transformation of Call Properties to/from Sip Headers
  • Hunt groups
  • Hairpining
  • Compliant with multiple enhanced security protocols offering a rich feature set including:
    • SIP over TLS
    • SRTP with MIKEY key management protocol (RFC 3830 and 4567) and SDES key management protocol (RFC 4568)
    • X.509 Certificate management
    • HTTPS for the exchange of Configuration File and web pages
    • SNMPv3
    • TR-069 management protocols
    • OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) revocation status verification for TLS links
  • Supported Hash:
    • SHA-1,and SHA-2
  • Supported Key Exchange Mechanism:
    • RSA
    • Diffie-Hellman
  • Supported Cyphers:
    • AES (128 and 256 bits)
    • 3DES (168 bits)
    • Blowfish (448 bits)
  • Group 3/Super G3 Fax real-time FoIP over clear channel (G.711), G.726, or T.38
  • T.38 Fax relay (9.6 k,and 14.4 k)
  • G.711 Fax and Modem pass-through (RFC4040)
  • Fax tone detection and pass-through on G.711 and G.726
  • MODEM tone detection and pass-through over G.711 and G.726.
  • Zero touch Provisioning
  • TR-069, TR-104, and TR-111
  • WEB GUI
  • SSH and TELNET
  • SMNP v1, v2c, and v3
  • Scripts/firmware files uploaded via HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and TFTP
  • Customisable CDR
  • Event Notifications via Syslog, SIP, Log File, and SMNP Traps
  • PCM capture
  • Packet capture
  • Diagnostic traces
  • Remote activation of service licenses
  • IPv4 – IPv6
  • Multiple IP addresses per link or VLAN
  • Multiple VLANs per link
  • DHCP client
  • PPPoE
  • IEEE 802.1q + DSCP QoS tagging (media, signaling, and mgmt)
  • IEEE 802.1x Wired Authentication
  • LLDP-med
  • Traffic shaping
  • Firewall with stateful inspection, rate-limitation and automatic black-listing
  • Static routing
  • NAPT
  • DHCP Server
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
  • Storage temperature: -20°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: up to 85%, non-condensing
  • Height: 44 mm (1.73 in.)
  • Width: 445 mm (17.5 in.)
  • Depth: 205 mm (8 in.)
  • Weight: 3.0 kg (6.6 lbs) TBD
  • Agency Approvals
    • UL
    • CE Marking
    • FCC
    • NOM – Mexico
  • Safety Standards
    • UL60950-1: 2nd Edition, 2007-03-27
    • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1- 07 2nd Edition, 2007
    • IEC60950-1: 2005, 2nd Edition with all national deviations
    • NOM-019-SCFI-1998
  • Emissions
    • FCC Part 15:2010 Class B
    • EN55022 (2006) Class B
    • EN61000-3-2 (2000) Harmonic current emissions
    • EN61000-3-3 (1995) Voltage fluctuations and flicker (with amendment A1)
  • Immunity
    • EN55024 (2010), with amendments A1 and A2 including the following:
      • EN61000-4-2 (2009), ESD
      • EN61000-4-3 (2006+ A1:2008+ A2:2010), Radiated RF
      • EN61000-4-4 (2004+ A1:2010), Burst Transients
      • EN61000-4-5 (2006), Surge
      • EN61000-4-6 (2009), Conducted RF
      • EN61000-4-11 (2004), Voltage Dips and Interruptions
  • Telecom
    • FCC Part 68: Subpart D, January 31, 2001
    • Industry Canada (CS-03, Issue 9, Part VI, Amendment 2, April 1, 2006)
    • ETSI TR103050 V.1.2.1 2002
    • TBR21, January 1998
  • 7 x RJ-11 interfaces, analog phone/fax (FXS
  • 1 x RJ-11 interfaces for analog PSTN line (FXO)
  • 5 x 10/100 BaseT Ethernet RJ-45 interfaces
  • Back-to-Back User Agent
  • SIP Header manipulation
  • SIP Registrar
  • SIP Authentication
  • SIP Failover
  • Registration throttling/caching
  • Call Forking
  • Dynamic call routing based on:
    • Peer Monitoring State
    • Registration cache
  • Call Admission Control based on:
    • Call Volume
    • Bandwidth usage
    • Concurrent calls
  • Near and far-end NAT traversal
  • Audio and Video media relay
  • Codec filtering
  • SIP and Media Encryption
  • UDP/TCP/TLS interworking
  • DTMF interworking
  • SIP (RFC3261)
  • IMS (3GPP TS 24.229)
  • UDP, TCP, and TLS transport
  • IPv4 and IPv6 (dual-stack)
  • Digest Authentication
  • SIP Failover using DNS SRV
  • Multiple Registration/Virtual gateways
  • PRACK (RFC3262)
  • Event Notification (RFC3265)
  • UPDATE (RFC3311)
  • Asserted Identity (RFC3325)
  • Reason Header (RFC3326)
  • ISUP to SIP mapping (RFC3398)
  • REFER (RFC3515)
  • MWI (RFC3842)
  • Replaces header (RFC3891)
  • Referred-by (RFC3892)
  • Session Timers (RFC4028)
  • ANAT (RFC4091)
  • MIKEY (RFC3830)
  • SDES (RFC4568)
  • Dialog Events Package (RFCRFC4235)
  • Conferencing for User Agents (RFC4579)
  • Vocoders:
    • G.711 (A-law and μ-law)
    • G.723.1
    • G.726
    • G.729a/b
  • T.38 Fax relay
  • Comfort Noise (RFC3389)
  • RTP/RTCP (RFC3550/3551)
  • SRTP/SRTCP (RFC3711)
  • Clear-Channel voice-band-data (RFC4040)
  • RTP events (RFC4733)
  • Configurable jitter buffer
  • Configurable packetization time
  • Loop Start (various customization)
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • DTMF detection and generation
  • Carrier tone detection and generation
  • Silence Detection
  • Voice Activity Detection
  • Caller ID Detection and Generation (FSK and DTMF)
  • Message Waiting Indicator Tone, FSK, and Voltage
  • Automatic Call
  • Emergency Call
  • Hold
  • 2nd Call
  • Call Waiting
  • Call Transfer (Blind/Attended)
  • 3-way Conference (locally mixed)
  • Distinctive Ring
  • Routing Criteria:
    • Interface
    • Calling/Called party number
    • Calling/Called URI
    • Time of day, Day of week, Date
    • ISDN Bearer Channel, ITC, and NPI
    • Many others
  • Number manipulation using regular expressions
  • Mapping and transformation of Call Properties to/from Sip Headers
  • Hunt groups
  • Hairpining
  • Compliant with multiple enhanced security protocols offering a rich feature set including:
    • SIP over TLS
    • SRTP with MIKEY key management protocol (RFC 3830 and 4567) and SDES key management protocol (RFC 4568)
    • X.509 Certificate management
    • HTTPS for the exchange of Configuration File and web pages
    • SNMPv3
    • TR-069 management protocols
    • OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) revocation status verification for TLS links
  • Supported Hash:
    • SHA-1 and SHA-2
  • Supported Key Exchange Mechanism:
    • RSA
    • Diffie-Hellman
  • Supported Cyphers:
    • AES (128 and 256 bits)
    • 3DES (168 bits)
    • Blowfish (448 bits)
  • Group 3/Super G3 Fax real-time FoIP over clear channel (G.711), G.726, or T.38
  • T.38 Fax relay (9.6 k and 14.4 k)
  • G.711 Fax and Modem pass-through (RFC4040)
  • Fax tone detection and pass-through on G.711 and G.726
  • MODEM tone detection and pass-through over G.711 and G.726.
  • Zero touch Provisioning
  • TR-069, TR-104, and TR-111
  • WEB GUI
  • SSH and TELNET
  • SMNP v1, v2c, v3
  • Scripts/firmware files uploaded via HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and TFTP
  • Customisable CDR
  • Event Notifications via Syslog, SIP, Log File, and SMNP Traps
  • PCM capture
  • Packet capture
  • Diagnostic traces
  • Remote activation of service licenses
  • IPv4 – IPv6
  • Multiple IP addresses per link or VLAN
  • Multiple VLANs per link
  • DHCP client
  • PPPoE
  • IEEE 802.1q + DSCP QoS tagging (media, signaling, and mgmt)
  • IEEE 802.1x Wired Authentication
  • LLDP-med
  • Traffic shaping
  • Firewall with stateful inspection, rate-limitation and automatic black-listing
  • Static routing
  • NAPT
  • DHCP Server
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
  • Storage temperature: -20°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: up to 85%, non-condensing
  • Height: 44 mm (1.73 in.)
  • Width: 445 mm (17.5 in.)
  • Depth: 205 mm (8 in.)
  • Weight: 3.0 kg (6.6 lbs) TBD
  • Agency Approvals
    • UL
    • CE Marking
    • FCC
    • NOM – Mexico
  • Safety Standards
    • UL60950-1: 2nd Edition, 2007-03-27
    • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1- 07 2nd Edition, 2007
    • IEC60950-1: 2005, 2nd Edition with all national deviations
    • NOM-019-SCFI-1998
  • Emissions
    • FCC Part 15:2010 Class B
    • EN55022 (2006) Class B
    • EN61000-3-2 (2000) Harmonic current emissions
    • EN61000-3-3 (1995) Voltage fluctuations and flicker (with amendment A1)
  • Immunity
    • EN55024 (2010), with amendments A1 and A2 including the following:
      • EN61000-4-2 (2009), ESD
      • EN61000-4-3 (2006+ A1:2008+ A2:2010), Radiated RF
      • EN61000-4-4 (2004+ A1:2010), Burst Transients
      • EN61000-4-5 (2006), Surge
      • EN61000-4-6 (2009), Conducted RF
      • EN61000-4-11 (2004), Voltage Dips and Interruptions
  • Telecom
    • FCC Part 68: Subpart D, January 31, 2001
    • Industry Canada (CS-03, Issue 9, Part VI, Amendment 2, April 1, 2006)
    • ETSI TR103050 V.1.2.1 2002
    • TBR21, January 1998
  • 14 x RJ-11 interfaces, analog phone/fax (FXS
  • 2 x RJ-11 interfaces for analog PSTN line (FXO)
  • 5 x 10/100 BaseT Ethernet RJ-45 interfaces
  • Back-to-Back User Agent
  • SIP Header manipulation
  • SIP Registrar
  • SIP Authentication
  • SIP Failover
  • Registration throttling/caching
  • Call Forking
  • Dynamic call routing based on:
    • Peer Monitoring State
    • Registration cache
  • Call Admission Control based on:
    • Call Volume
    • Bandwidth usage
    • Concurrent calls
  • Near and far-end NAT traversal
  • Audio and Video media relay
  • Codec filtering
  • SIP and Media Encryption
  • UDP/TCP/TLS interworking
  • DTMF interworking
  • SIP (RFC3261)
  • IMS (3GPP TS 24.229)
  • UDP, TCP, and TLS transport
  • IPv4 and IPv6 (dual-stack)
  • Digest Authentication
  • SIP Failover using DNS SRV
  • Multiple Registration/Virtual gateways
  • PRACK (RFC3262)
  • Event Notification (RFC3265)
  • UPDATE (RFC3311)
  • Asserted Identity (RFC3325)
  • Reason Header (RFC3326)
  • ISUP to SIP mapping (RFC3398)
  • REFER (RFC3515)
  • MWI (RFC3842)
  • Replaces header (RFC3891)
  • Referred-by (RFC3892)
  • Session Timers (RFC4028)
  • ANAT (RFC4091)
  • MIKEY (RFC3830)
  • SDES (RFC4568)
  • Dialog Events Package (RFCRFC4235)
  • Conferencing for User Agents (RFC4579)
  • Vocoders:
    • G.711 (A-law and μ-law)
    • G.723.1
    • G.726
    • G.729a/b
  • T.38 Fax relay
  • Comfort Noise (RFC3389)
  • RTP/RTCP (RFC3550/3551)
  • SRTP/SRTCP (RFC3711)
  • Clear-Channel voice-band-data (RFC4040)
  • RTP events (RFC4733)
  • Configurable jitter buffer
  • Configurable packetization time
  • DSS1, NI-2, DMS100, 5ESS, and QSIG
  • ETS 300 402 (ITU-T Q.921)
  • ETS 300 403 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETS 300 102 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETSI BRI/NET3
  • CLIP, CLIR, CLIR override
  • COLP, COLR, COLR override
  • CNIP
  • MSN
  • Call Hold
  • AOC-D/E
  • CFU, CFNR, CFB
  • Call Diversion
  • Call Rerouting
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • Automatic line detection and configuration
  • Routing Criteria:
    • Interface
    • Calling/Called party number
    • Calling/Called URI
    • Time of day, Day of week, Date
    • ISDN Bearer Channel, ITC, and NPI
    • Many others
  • Number manipulation using regular expressions
  • Mapping and transformation of Call Properties to/from Sip Headers
  • Hunt groups
  • Hairpining
  • Compliant with multiple enhanced security protocols offering a rich feature set including:
    • SIP over TLS
    • SRTP with MIKEY key management protocol (RFC 3830 and 4567) and SDES key management protocol (RFC 4568)
    • X.509 Certificate management
    • HTTPS for the exchange of Configuration File and web pages
    • SNMPv3
    • TR-069 management protocols
    • OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) revocation status verification for TLS links
  • Supported Hash:
    • SHA-1 and SHA-2
  • Supported Key Exchange Mechanism:
    • RSA
    • Diffie-Hellman
  • Supported Cyphers:
    • AES (128 and 256 bits)
    • 3DES (168 bits)
    • Blowfish (448 bits)
  • Group 3/Super G3 Fax real-time FoIP over clear channel (G.711), G.726, or T.38
  • T.38 Fax relay (9.6 k, 14.4 k)
  • G.711 Fax and Modem pass-through (RFC4040)
  • Fax tone detection and pass-through on G.711 and G.726
  • MODEM tone detection and pass-through over G.711 and G.726.
  • Zero touch Provisioning
  • TR-069, TR-104, and TR-111
  • WEB GUI
  • SSH and TELNET
  • SMNP v1, v2c, and v3
  • Scripts/firmware files uploaded via HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and TFTP
  • Customisable CDR
  • Event Notifications via Syslog, SIP, Log File, and SMNP Traps
  • PCM capture
  • Packet capture
  • Diagnostic traces
  • Remote activation of service licenses
  • IPv4 – IPv6
  • Multiple IP addresses per link or VLAN
  • Multiple VLANs per link
  • DHCP client
  • PPPoE
  • IEEE 802.1q + DSCP QoS tagging (media, signaling, and mgmt)
  • IEEE 802.1x Wired Authentication
  • LLDP-med
  • Traffic shaping
  • Firewall with stateful inspection, rate-limitation, and automatic black-listing
  • Static routing
  • NAPT
  • DHCP Server
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
  • Storage temperature: -20°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: up to 85%, non-condensing
  • 120 Vac/60 Hz (all ports in use): 200 mA (approx 12 W); thermal dissipation : 12W
  • 240 Vac/50 Hz (all ports in use): 130 mA  (approx 13 W); thermal dissipation: 13 W
  • Height: 44 mm (1.73 in.)
  • Width: 445 mm (17.5 in.)
  • Depth: 205 mm (8 in.)
  • Weight: 2.8 kg (6.2 lbs)
  • Agency Approvals
    • UL
    • CE Marking
    • FCC
  • Safety Standards
    • UL60950-1: 2nd Edition, 2007-03-27
    • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1- 07 2nd Edition, 2007
    • IEC60950-1: 2005, 2nd Edition with all national deviations
  • Emissions
    • FCC Part 15:2010 Class B
    • EN55022 (2006) Class B
    • EN61000-3-2 (2000) Harmonic current emissions
    • EN61000-3-3 (1995) Voltage fluctuations and flicker (with amendment A1)
  • Immunity
    • EN55024 (2010), with amendments A1 and A2 including the following:
      • EN61000-4-2 (2009), ESD
      • EN61000-4-3 (2006+ A1:2008+ A2:2010), Radiated RF
      • EN61000-4-4 (2004+ A1:2010), Burst Transients
      • EN61000-4-5 (2006), Surge
      • EN61000-4-6 (2009), Conducted RF
      • EN61000-4-11 (2004), Voltage Dips and Interruptions
  • Telecom
    • TBR3:1995 (with amendments A1: 1997) Clauses 9.2.1, 9.2.6, 9.2.7, 9.2.9, 9.2.10, 10.1 to 10.6, 10.8, 10.10, 11.1 to 11.3, 11.4.2, 11.4.4, 11.4.5, 11.5
    • ETSI TR103050 V.1.2.1 2002
  • 5 x RJ-45 BRI interfaces for ISDN connectivity
    • Software configurable as NT or TE
    • Configurable point-to-point and point-to-multipoint
  • 5 x 10/100 BaseT Ethernet RJ-45 interfaces
  • Back-to-Back User Agent
  • SIP Header manipulation
  • SIP Registrar
  • SIP Authentication
  • SIP Failover
  • Registration throttling/caching
  • Call Forking
  • Dynamic call routing based on:
    • Peer Monitoring State
    • Registration cache
  • Call Admission Control based on:
    • Call Volume
    • Bandwidth usage
    • Concurrent calls
  • Near and far-end NAT traversal
  • Audio and Video media relay
  • Codec filtering
  • SIP and Media Encryption
  • UDP/TCP/TLS interworking
  • DTMF interworking
  • SIP (RFC3261)
  • IMS (3GPP TS 24.229)
  • UDP, TCP, and TLS transport
  • IPv4 and IPv6 (dual-stack)
  • Digest Authentication
  • SIP Failover using DNS SRV
  • Multiple Registration/Virtual gateways
  • PRACK (RFC3262)
  • Event Notification (RFC3265)
  • UPDATE (RFC3311)
  • Asserted Identity (RFC3325)
  • Reason Header (RFC3326)
  • ISUP to SIP mapping (RFC3398)
  • REFER (RFC3515)
  • MWI (RFC3842)
  • Replaces header (RFC3891)
  • Referred-by (RFC3892)
  • Session Timers (RFC4028)
  • ANAT (RFC4091)
  • MIKEY (RFC3830)
  • SDES (RFC4568)
  • Dialog Events Package (RFCRFC4235)
  • Conferencing for User Agents (RFC4579)
  • Vocoders:
    • G.711 (A-law and μ-law)
    • G.723.1
    • G.726
    • G.729a/b
  • T.38 Fax relay
  • Comfort Noise (RFC3389)
  • RTP/RTCP (RFC3550/3551)
  • SRTP/SRTCP (RFC3711)
  • Clear-Channel voice-band-data (RFC4040)
  • RTP events (RFC4733)
  • Configurable jitter buffer
  • Configurable packetization time
  • DSS1, NI-2, DMS100, 5ESS, and QSIG
  • ETS 300 402 (ITU-T Q.921)
  • ETS 300 403 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETS 300 102 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETSI BRI/NET3
  • CLIP, CLIR, and CLIR override
  • COLP, COLR, and COLR override
  • CNIP
  • MSN
  • Call Hold
  • AOC-D/E
  • CFU, CFNR, and CFB
  • Call Diversion
  • Call Rerouting
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • Automatic line detection and configuration
  • Routing Criteria:
    • Interface
    • Calling/Called party number
    • Calling/Called URI
    • Time of day, Day of week, and Date
    • ISDN Bearer Channel, ITC, and NPI
    • Many others
  • Number manipulation using regular expressions
  • Mapping and transformation of Call Properties to/from Sip Headers
  • Hunt groups
  • Hairpining
  • Compliant with multiple enhanced security protocols offering a rich feature set including:
    • SIP over TLS
    • SRTP with MIKEY key management protocol (RFC 3830 and 4567) and SDES key management protocol (RFC 4568)
    • X.509 Certificate management
    • HTTPS for the exchange of Configuration File and web pages
    • SNMPv3
    • TR-069 management protocols
    • OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) revocation status verification for TLS links
  • Supported Hash:
    • SHA-1 and SHA-2
  • Supported Key Exchange Mechanism:
    • RSA
    • Diffie-Hellman
  • Supported Cyphers:
    • AES (128 and 256 bits)
    • 3DES (168 bits)
    • Blowfish (448 bits)
  • Group 3/Super G3 Fax real-time FoIP over clear channel (G.711), G.726, or T.38
  • T.38 Fax relay (9.6 k and 14.4 k)
  • G.711 Fax and Modem pass-through (RFC4040)
  • Fax tone detection and pass-through on G.711 and G.726
  • MODEM tone detection and pass-through over G.711 and G.726.
  • Zero touch Provisioning
  • TR-069, TR-104, and TR-111
  • WEB GUI
  • SSH and TELNET
  • SMNP v1, v2c, and v3
  • Scripts/firmware files uploaded via HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and TFTP
  • Customisable CDR
  • Event Notifications via Syslog, SIP, Log File, and SMNP Traps
  • PCM capture
  • Packet capture
  • Diagnostic traces
  • Remote activation of service licenses
  • IPv4 – IPv6
  • Multiple IP addresses per link or VLAN
  • Multiple VLANs per link
  • DHCP client
  • PPPoE
  • IEEE 802.1q + DSCP QoS tagging (media, signaling, and mgmt)
  • IEEE 802.1x Wired Authentication
  • LLDP-med
  • Traffic shaping
  • Firewall with stateful inspection, rate-limitation, and automatic black-listing
  • Static routing
  • NAPT
  • DHCP Server
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
  • Storage temperature: -20°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: up to 85%, non-condensing
  • 120 Vac/60 Hz (all ports in use): 230 mA (approx 13.5 W); thermal dissipation: 13.5 W
  • 240 Vac/50 Hz (all ports in use): 150 mA  (approx 14 W); thermal dissipation: 14 W
  • Height: 44 mm (1.73 in.)
  • Width: 445 mm (17.5 in.)
  • Depth: 205 mm (8 in.)
  • Weight: 3 kg (6.6 lbs)
  • Agency Approvals
    • UL
    • CE Marking
    • FCC
  • Safety Standards
    • UL60950-1: 2nd Edition, 2007-03-27
    • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1- 07 2nd Edition, 2007
    • IEC60950-1: 2005, 2nd Edition with all national deviations
  • Emissions
    • FCC Part 15:2010 Class B
    • EN55022 (2006) Class B
    • EN61000-3-2 (2000) Harmonic current emissions
    • EN61000-3-3 (1995) Voltage fluctuations and flicker (with amendment A1)
  • Immunity
    • EN55024 (2010), with amendments A1 and A2 including the following:
      • EN61000-4-2 (2009), ESD
      • EN61000-4-3 (2006+ A1:2008+ A2:2010), Radiated RF
      • EN61000-4-4 (2004+ A1:2010), Burst Transients
      • EN61000-4-5 (2006), Surge
      • EN61000-4-6 (2009), Conducted RF
      • EN61000-4-11 (2004), Voltage Dips and Interruptions
  • Telecom
    • TBR3:1995 (with amendments A1: 1997) Clauses 9.2.1, 9.2.6, 9.2.7, 9.2.9, 9.2.10, 10.1 to 10.6, 10.8, 10.10, 11.1 to 11.3, 11.4.2, 11.4.4, 11.4.5, 11.5
    • ETSI TR103050 V.1.2.1 2002
  • 10 x  BRI ports for RJ-45 connectors
    • Software configurable as NT or TE
    • Configurable point-to-point and point-to-multipoint
  • 5 x 10/100 BaseT Ethernet for RJ-45 connectors

 

  • Back-to-Back User Agent
  • SIP Header manipulation
  • SIP Registrar
  • SIP Authentication
  • SIP Failover
  • Registration throttling/caching
  • Call Forking
  • Dynamic call routing based on:
    • Peer Monitoring State
    • Registration cache
  • Call Admission Control based on:
    • Call Volume
    • Bandwidth usage
    • Concurrent calls
  • Near and far-end NAT traversal
  • Audio and Video media relay
  • Codec filtering
  • SIP and Media Encryption
  • UDP/TCP/TLS interworking
  • DTMF interworking
  • SIP (RFC3261)
  • IMS (3GPP TS 24.229)
  • UDP, TCP, and TLS transport
  • IPv4 and IPv6 (dual-stack)
  • Digest Authentication
  • SIP Failover using DNS SRV
  • Multiple Registration/Virtual gateways
  • PRACK (RFC3262)
  • Event Notification (RFC3265)
  • UPDATE (RFC3311)
  • Asserted Identity (RFC3325)
  • Reason Header (RFC3326)
  • ISUP to SIP mapping (RFC3398)
  • REFER (RFC3515)
  • MWI (RFC3842)
  • Replaces header (RFC3891)
  • Referred-by (RFC3892)
  • Session Timers (RFC4028)
  • ANAT (RFC4091)
  • MIKEY (RFC3830)
  • SDES (RFC4568)
  • Dialog Events Package (RFCRFC4235)
  • Conferencing for User Agents (RFC4579)
  • Vocoders:
    • G.711 (A-law and μ-law)
    • G.723.1
    • G.726
    • G.729a/b
  • T.38 Fax relay
  • Comfort Noise (RFC3389)
  • RTP/RTCP (RFC3550/3551)
  • SRTP/SRTCP (RFC3711)
  • Clear-Channel voice-band-data (RFC4040)
  • RTP events (RFC4733)
  • Configurable jitter buffer
  • Configurable packetization time
  • DSS1, NI-2, DMS100, 5ESS, and QSIG
  • ETS 300 402 (ITU-T Q.921)
  • ETS 300 403 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETS 300 102 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETSI PRI/NET5
  • CLIP, CLIR, and CLIR override
  • COLP, COLR, and COLR override
  • CNIP
  • MSN
  • Call Hold
  • AOC-D/E
  • CFU, CFNR, and CFB
  • Call Diversion
  • Call Rerouting
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • Automatic line detection and configuration
  • Routing Criteria:
    • Interface
    • Calling/Called party number
    • Calling/Called URI
    • Time of day, Day of week, Date
    • ISDN Bearer Channel, ITC, and NPI
    • Many others
  • Number manipulation using regular expressions
  • Mapping and transformation of Call Properties to/from Sip Headers
  • Hunt groups
  • Hairpining
  • Compliant with multiple enhanced security protocols offering a rich feature set including:
    • SIP over TLS
    • SRTP with MIKEY key management protocol (RFC 3830 and 4567) and SDES key management protocol (RFC 4568)
    • X.509 Certificate management
    • HTTPS for the exchange of Configuration File and web pages
    • SNMPv3
    • TR-069 management protocols
    • OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) revocation status verification for TLS links
  • Supported Hash:
    • SHA-1 and SHA-2
  • Supported Key Exchange Mechanism:
    • RSA
    • Diffie-Hellman
  • Supported Cyphers:
    • AES (128 and 256 bits)
    • 3DES (168 bits)
    • Blowfish (448 bits)
  • Group 3/Super G3 Fax real-time FoIP over clear channel (G.711), G.726, or T.38
  • T.38 Fax relay (9.6 k, 14.4 k)
  • G.711 Fax and Modem pass-through (RFC4040)
  • Fax tone detection and pass-through on G.711 and G.726
  • MODEM tone detection and pass-through over G.711 and G.726.
  • Zero touch Provisioning
  • TR-069, TR-104, and TR-111
  • WEB GUI
  • SSH and TELNET
  • SMNP v1, v2c, v3
  • Scripts/firmware files uploaded via HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and TFTP
  • Customisable CDR
  • Event Notifications via Syslog, SIP, Log File, and SMNP Traps
  • PCM capture
  • Packet capture
  • Diagnostic traces
  • Remote activation of service licenses
  • IPv4 – IPv6
  • Multiple IP addresses per link or VLAN
  • Multiple VLANs per link
  • DHCP client
  • PPPoE
  • IEEE 802.1q + DSCP QoS tagging (media, signaling, and mgmt)
  • IEEE 802.1x Wired Authentication
  • LLDP-med
  • Traffic shaping
  • Firewall with stateful inspection, rate-limitation and automatic black-listing
  • Static routing
  • NAPT
  • DHCP Server
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
  • Storage temperature: -20°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: up to 85%, non-condensing.
  • 120 Vac/60 Hz (all ports in use): 240 mA (approx 15 W); thermal dissipation: 15 W
  • 240 Vac/50 Hz (all ports in use): 160 mA  (approx 16 W); thermal dissipation: 16 W
  • Height: 44 mm (1.73 in.)
  • Width: 445 mm (17.5 in.)
  • Depth: 205 mm (8 in.)
  • Weight: 2.8 kg (6.2 lbs)
  • Agency Approvals
    • UL
    • CE Marking
    • FCC
    • NOM – Mexico
    • ANATEL – Brazil
    • IDA – Singapore
    • TELEPERMIT – New Zealand
    •  ACME (A-TICK) – Australia
  • Safety Standards
    • UL60950-1: 2nd Edition, 2007-03-27
    • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1- 07 2nd Edition, 2007
    • IEC60950-1: 2005, 2nd Edition with all national deviations
    • NOM-019-SCFI-1998
  • Emissions
    • FCC Part 15:2010 Class B
    • EN55022 (2006) Class B
    • EN61000-3-2 (2000) Harmonic current emissions
    • EN61000-3-3 (1995) Voltage fluctuations and flicker (with amendment A1)
  • Immunity
    • EN55024 (2010), with amendments A1 and A2 including the following:
      • EN61000-4-2 (2009), ESD
      • EN61000-4-3 (2006+ A1:2008+ A2:2010), Radiated RF
      • EN61000-4-4 (2004+ A1:2010), Burst Transients
      • EN61000-4-5 (2006), Surge
      • EN61000-4-6 (2009), Conducted RF
      • EN61000-4-11 (2004), Voltage Dips and Interruptions
  • Telecom
    • FCC Part 68: Subpart D, January 31, 2001
    • Industry Canada (CS-03, Issue 9, Part VI, Amendment 2, April 1, 2006)
    • TBR4:1995 (with amendments A1: 1997)
    • ETSI TR103050 V.1.2.1 2002
    • PTC 220: July 2008
    • AS/ACIF S038: 2001
    • IDA TS ISDN PRA: Issue 1 July 2005
  • 1 x PRI/E1/T1 ports for ISDN, R2, or E&M connectivity with  RJ-45 connectors
    • Software configurable as NT or TE
  • 5 x 10/100 BaseT Ethernet RJ-45 interfaces
  • Back-to-Back User Agent
  • SIP Header manipulation
  • SIP Registrar
  • SIP Authentication
  • SIP Failover
  • Registration throttling/caching
  • Call Forking
  • Dynamic call routing based on:
    • Peer Monitoring State
    • Registration cache
  • Call Admission Control based on:
    • Call Volume
    • Bandwidth usage
    • Concurrent calls
  • Near and far-end NAT traversal
  • Audio and Video media relay
  • Codec filtering
  • SIP and Media Encryption
  • UDP/TCP/TLS interworking
  • DTMF interworking
  • SIP (RFC3261)
  • IMS (3GPP TS 24.229)
  • UDP, TCP, and TLS transport
  • IPv4 and IPv6 (dual-stack)
  • Digest Authentication
  • SIP Failover using DNS SRV
  • Multiple Registration/Virtual gateways
  • PRACK (RFC3262)
  • Event Notification (RFC3265)
  • UPDATE (RFC3311)
  • Asserted Identity (RFC3325)
  • Reason Header (RFC3326)
  • ISUP to SIP mapping (RFC3398)
  • REFER (RFC3515)
  • MWI (RFC3842)
  • Replaces header (RFC3891)
  • Referred-by (RFC3892)
  • Session Timers (RFC4028)
  • ANAT (RFC4091)
  • MIKEY (RFC3830)
  • SDES (RFC4568)
  • Dialog Events Package (RFCRFC4235)
  • Conferencing for User Agents (RFC4579)
  • Vocoders:
    • G.711 (A-law and μ-law)
    • G.723.1
    • G.726
    • G.729a/b
  • T.38 Fax relay
  • Comfort Noise (RFC3389)
  • RTP/RTCP (RFC3550/3551)
  • SRTP/SRTCP (RFC3711)
  • Clear-Channel voice-band-data (RFC4040)
  • RTP events (RFC4733)
  • Configurable jitter buffer
  • Configurable packetization time
  • DSS1, NI-2, DMS100, 5ESS, and QSIG
  • ETS 300 402 (ITU-T Q.921)
  • ETS 300 403 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETS 300 102 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETSI PRI/NET5
  • CLIP, CLIR, and CLIR override
  • COLP, COLR, and COLR override
  • CNIP
  • MSN
  • Call Hold
  • AOC-D/E
  • CFU, CFNR, and CFB
  • Call Diversion
  • Call Rerouting
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • Automatic line detection and configuration
  • Routing Criteria:
    • Interface
    • Calling/Called party number
    • Calling/Called URI
    • Time of day, Day of week,and  Date
    • ISDN Bearer Channel, ITC, and NPI
    • Many others
  • Number manipulation using regular expressions
  • Mapping and transformation of Call Properties to/from Sip Headers
  • Hunt groups
  • Hairpining
  • Compliant with multiple enhanced security protocols offering a rich feature set including:
    • SIP over TLS
    • SRTP with MIKEY key management protocol (RFC 3830 and 4567) and SDES key management protocol (RFC 4568)
    • X.509 Certificate management
    • HTTPS for the exchange of Configuration File and web pages
    • SNMPv3
    • TR-069 management protocols
    • OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) revocation status verification for TLS links
  • Supported Hash:
    • SHA-1 and SHA-2
  • Supported Key Exchange Mechanism:
    • RSA
    • Diffie-Hellman
  • Supported Cyphers:
    • AES (128 and 256 bits)
    • 3DES (168 bits)
    • Blowfish (448 bits)
  • Group 3/Super G3 Fax real-time FoIP over clear channel (G.711), G.726, or T.38
  • T.38 Fax relay (9.6 k and 14.4 k)
  • G.711 Fax and Modem pass-through (RFC4040)
  • Fax tone detection and pass-through on G.711 and G.726
  • MODEM tone detection and pass-through over G.711 and G.726.
  • Zero touch Provisioning
  • TR-069, TR-104, and TR-111
  • WEB GUI
  • SSH and TELNET
  • SMNP v1, v2c, v3
  • Scripts/firmware files uploaded via HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and TFTP
  • Customisable CDR
  • Event Notifications via Syslog, SIP, Log File, and SMNP Traps
  • PCM capture
  • Packet capture
  • Diagnostic traces
  • Remote activation of service licenses
  • IPv4 – IPv6
  • Multiple IP addresses per link or VLAN
  • Multiple VLANs per link
  • DHCP client
  • PPPoE
  • IEEE 802.1q + DSCP QoS tagging (media, signaling, and mgmt)
  • IEEE 802.1x Wired Authentication
  • LLDP-med
  • Traffic shaping
  • Firewall with stateful inspection, rate-limitation and automatic black-listing
  • Static routing
  • NAPT
  • DHCP Server
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
  • Storage temperature: -20°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: up to 85%, non-condensing
  • 120 Vac/60 Hz (all ports in use): 290 mA (approx 18 W); thermal dissipation: 18 W
  • 240 Vac/50 Hz (all ports in use): 185 mA  (approx 19 W); thermal dissipation: 19 W
  • Height: 44 mm (1.73 in.)
  • Width: 445 mm (17.5 in.)
  • Depth: 205 mm (8 in.)
  • Weight: 3 kg (6.6 lbs)
  • Agency Approvals
    • UL
    • CE Marking
    • FCC
    • NOM – Mexico
    • ANATEL – Brazil
    • IDA – Singapore
    • TELEPERMIT – New Zealand
    •  ACME (A-TICK) – Australia
  • Safety Standards
    • UL60950-1: 2nd Edition, 2007-03-27
    • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1- 07 2nd Edition, 2007
    • IEC60950-1: 2005, 2nd Edition with all national deviations
    • NOM-019-SCFI-1998
  • Emissions
    • FCC Part 15:2010 Class B
    • EN55022 (2006) Class B
    • EN61000-3-2 (2000) Harmonic current emissions
    • EN61000-3-3 (1995) Voltage fluctuations and flicker (with amendment A1)
  • Immunity
    • EN55024 (2010), with amendments A1 and A2 including the following:
      • EN61000-4-2 (2009), ESD
      • EN61000-4-3 (2006+ A1:2008+ A2:2010), Radiated RF
      • EN61000-4-4 (2004+ A1:2010), Burst Transients
      • EN61000-4-5 (2006), Surge
      • EN61000-4-6 (2009), Conducted RF
      • EN61000-4-11 (2004), Voltage Dips and Interruptions
  • Telecom
    • FCC Part 68: Subpart D, January 31, 2001
    • Industry Canada (CS-03, Issue 9, Part VI, Amendment 2, April 1, 2006)
    • TBR4:1995 (with amendments A1: 1997)
    • ETSI TR103050 V.1.2.1 2002
    • PTC 220: July 2008
    • AS/ACIF S038: 2001
    • IDA TS ISDN PRA: Issue 1 July 2005
  • 2 x PRI/E1/T1 ports for ISDN, R2, or E&M connectivity with  RJ-45 connectors
    • Software configurable as NT or TE
  • 5 x 10/100 BaseT Ethernet RJ-45 interfaces
  • Back-to-Back User Agent
  • SIP Header manipulation
  • SIP Registrar
  • SIP Authentication
  • SIP Failover
  • Registration throttling/caching
  • Call Forking
  • Dynamic call routing based on:
    • Peer Monitoring State
    • Registration cache
  • Call Admission Control based on:
    • Call Volume
    • Bandwidth usage
    • Concurrent calls
  • Near and far-end NAT traversal
  • Audio and Video media relay
  • Codec filtering
  • SIP and Media Encryption
  • UDP/TCP/TLS interworking
  • DTMF interworking
  • SIP (RFC3261)
  • IMS (3GPP TS 24.229)
  • UDP, TCP, and TLS transport
  • IPv4 and IPv6 (dual-stack)
  • Digest Authentication
  • SIP Failover using DNS SRV
  • Multiple Registration/Virtual gateways
  • PRACK (RFC3262)
  • Event Notification (RFC3265)
  • UPDATE (RFC3311)
  • Asserted Identity (RFC3325)
  • Reason Header (RFC3326)
  • ISUP to SIP mapping (RFC3398)
  • REFER (RFC3515)
  • MWI (RFC3842)
  • Replaces header (RFC3891)
  • Referred-by (RFC3892)
  • Session Timers (RFC4028)
  • ANAT (RFC4091)
  • MIKEY (RFC3830)
  • SDES (RFC4568)
  • Dialog Events Package (RFCRFC4235)
  • Conferencing for User Agents (RFC4579)
  • Vocoders:
    • G.711 (A-law and μ-law)
    • G.723.1
    • G.726
    • G.729a/b
  • T.38 Fax relay
  • Comfort Noise (RFC3389)
  • RTP/RTCP (RFC3550/3551)
  • SRTP/SRTCP (RFC3711)
  • Clear-Channel voice-band-data (RFC4040)
  • RTP events (RFC4733)
  • Configurable jitter buffer
  • Configurable packetization time
  • DSS1, NI-2, DMS100, 5ESS, and QSIG
  • ETS 300 402 (ITU-T Q.921)
  • ETS 300 403 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETS 300 102 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETSI BRI/NET3
  • ETSI PRI/NET5
  • CLIP, CLIR, and CLIR override
  • COLP, COLR, and COLR override
  • CNIP
  • MSN
  • Call Hold
  • AOC-D/E
  • CFU, CFNR, and CFB
  • Call Diversion
  • Call Rerouting
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • Automatic line detection and configuration
  • Loop Start (various customization)
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • DTMF detection and generation
  • Carrier tone detection and generation
  • Silence Detection
  • Voice Activity Detection
  • Caller ID Detection and Generation (FSK amd DTMF)
  • Message Waiting Indicator Tone, FSK, and Voltage
  • Automatic Call
  • Emergency Call
  • Hold
  • 2nd Call
  • Call Waiting
  • Call Transfer (Blind/Attended)
  • 3-way Conference (locally mixed)
  • Distinctive Ring
  • Routing Criteria:
    • Interface
    • Calling/Called party number
    • Calling/Called URI
    • Time of day, Day of week, Date
    • ISDN Bearer Channel, ITC, NPI
    • Many others
  • Number manipulation using regular expressions
  • Mapping and transformation of Call Properties to/from Sip Headers
  • Hunt groups
  • Hairpining
  • Compliant with multiple enhanced security protocols offering a rich feature set including:
    • SIP over TLS
    • SRTP with MIKEY key management protocol (RFC 3830 and 4567) and SDES key management protocol (RFC 4568)
    • X.509 Certificate management
    • HTTPS for the exchange of Configuration File and web pages
    • SNMPv3
    • TR-069 management protocols
    • OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) revocation status verification for TLS links
  • Supported Hash:
    • SHA-1 and SHA-2
  • Supported Key Exchange Mechanism:
    • RSA
    • Diffie-Hellman
  • Supported Cyphers:
    • AES (128 and 256 bits)
    • 3DES (168 bits)
    • Blowfish (448 bits)
  • Group 3/Super G3 Fax real-time FoIP over clear channel (G.711), G.726, or T.38
  • T.38 Fax relay (9.6 k,and 14.4 k)
  • G.711 Fax and Modem pass-through (RFC4040)
  • Fax tone detection and pass-through on G.711 and G.726
  • MODEM tone detection and pass-through over G.711 and G.726.
  • Zero touch Provisioning
  • TR-069, TR-104, and TR-111
  • WEB GUI
  • SSH and TELNET
  • SMNP v1, v2c, and v3
  • Scripts/firmware files uploaded via HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and TFTP
  • Customisable CDR
  • Event Notifications via Syslog, SIP, Log File, and SMNP Traps
  • PCM capture
  • Packet capture
  • Diagnostic traces
  • Remote activation of service licenses
  • IPv4 – IPv6
  • Multiple IP addresses per link or VLAN
  • Multiple VLANs per link
  • DHCP client
  • PPPoE
  • IEEE 802.1q + DSCP QoS tagging (media, signaling, and mgmt)
  • IEEE 802.1x Wired Authentication
  • LLDP-med
  • Traffic shaping
  • Firewall with stateful inspection, rate-limitation and automatic black-listing
  • Static routing
  • NAPT
  • DHCP Server
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
  • Storage temperature: -20°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: up to 85%, non-condensing
  • Height: 44 mm (1.73 in.)
  • Width: 445 mm (17.5 in.)
  • Depth: 205 mm (8 in.)
  • Weight: 3.0 kg (6.6 lbs)
  • Agency Approvals
    • UL
    • CE Marking
    • FCC
    • NOM – Mexico
  • Safety Standards
    • UL60950-1: 2nd Edition, 2007-03-27
    • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1- 07 2nd Edition, 2007
    • IEC60950-1: 2005, 2nd Edition with all national deviations
    • NOM-019-SCFI-1998
  • Emissions
    • FCC Part 15:2010 Class B
    • EN55022 (2006) Class B
    • EN61000-3-2 (2000) Harmonic current emissions
    • EN61000-3-3 (1995) Voltage fluctuations and flicker (with amendment A1)
  • Immunity
    • EN55024 (2010), with amendments A1 and A2 including the following:
      • EN61000-4-2 (2009), ESD
      • EN61000-4-3 (2006+ A1:2008+ A2:2010), Radiated RF
      • EN61000-4-4 (2004+ A1:2010), Burst Transients
      • EN61000-4-5 (2006), Surge
      • EN61000-4-6 (2009), Conducted RF
      • EN61000-4-11 (2004), Voltage Dips and Interruptions
  • Telecom
    • FCC Part 68: Subpart D, January 31, 2001
    • Industry Canada (CS-03, Issue 9, Part VI, Amendment 2, April 1, 2006)
    • TBR4:1995 (with amendments A1: 1997)
    • ETSI TR103050 V.1.2.1 2002
    • TBR21, January 1998
  • 1 x  PRI/E1/T1 port for ISDN, R2, or E&M connectivity with RJ-45 connector
    • Software configurable as NT or TE
  • 7 x FXS ports for RJ-11 connectors
  • 1 x FXO port for RJ-11 connector
  • 5 x 10/100 BaseT Ethernet for RJ-45 connectors
  • Back-to-Back User Agent
  • SIP Header manipulation
  • SIP Registrar
  • SIP Authentication
  • SIP Failover
  • Registration throttling/caching
  • Call Forking
  • Dynamic call routing based on:
    • Peer Monitoring State
    • Registration cache
  • Call Admission Control based on:
    • Call Volume
    • Bandwidth usage
    • Concurrent calls
  • Near and far-end NAT traversal
  • Audio and Video media relay
  • Codec filtering
  • SIP and Media Encryption
  • UDP/TCP/TLS interworking
  • DTMF interworking
  • SIP (RFC3261)
  • IMS (3GPP TS 24.229)
  • UDP, TCP, and TLS transport
  • IPv4 and IPv6 (dual-stack)
  • Digest Authentication
  • SIP Failover using DNS SRV
  • Multiple Registration/Virtual gateways
  • PRACK (RFC3262)
  • Event Notification (RFC3265)
  • UPDATE (RFC3311)
  • Asserted Identity (RFC3325)
  • Reason Header (RFC3326)
  • ISUP to SIP mapping (RFC3398)
  • REFER (RFC3515)
  • MWI (RFC3842)
  • Replaces header (RFC3891)
  • Referred-by (RFC3892)
  • Session Timers (RFC4028)
  • ANAT (RFC4091)
  • MIKEY (RFC3830)
  • SDES (RFC4568)
  • Dialog Events Package (RFCRFC4235)
  • Conferencing for User Agents (RFC4579)
  • Vocoders:
    • G.711 (A-law and μ-law)
    • G.723.1
    • G.726
    • G.729a/b
  • T.38 Fax relay
  • Comfort Noise (RFC3389)
  • RTP/RTCP (RFC3550/3551)
  • SRTP/SRTCP (RFC3711)
  • Clear-Channel voice-band-data (RFC4040)
  • RTP events (RFC4733)
  • Configurable jitter buffer
  • Configurable packetization time
  • DSS1, NI-2, DMS100, 5ESS, and QSIG
  • ETS 300 402 (ITU-T Q.921)
  • ETS 300 403 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETS 300 102 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETSI BRI/NET3
  • ETSI PRI/NET5
  • CLIP, CLIR, and CLIR override
  • COLP, COLR, and COLR override
  • CNIP
  • MSN
  • Call Hold
  • AOC-D/E
  • CFU, CFNR, CFB
  • Call Diversion
  • Call Rerouting
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • Automatic line detection and configuration
  • Loop Start (various customization)
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • DTMF detection and generation
  • Carrier tone detection and generation
  • Silence Detection
  • Voice Activity Detection
  • Caller ID Detection and Generation (FSK and DTMF)
  • Message Waiting Indicator Tone, FSK, and Voltage
  • Automatic Call
  • Emergency Call
  • Hold
  • 2nd Call
  • Call Waiting
  • Call Transfer (Blind/Attended)
  • 3-way Conference (locally mixed)
  • Distinctive Ring
  • Routing Criteria:
    • Interface
    • Calling/Called party number
    • Calling/Called URI
    • Time of day, Day of week, Date
    • ISDN Bearer Channel, ITC, and NPI
    • Many others
  • Number manipulation using regular expressions
  • Mapping and transformation of Call Properties to/from Sip Headers
  • Hunt groups
  • Hairpining
  • Compliant with multiple enhanced security protocols offering a rich feature set including:
    • SIP over TLS
    • SRTP with MIKEY key management protocol (RFC 3830 and 4567) and SDES key management protocol (RFC 4568)
    • X.509 Certificate management
    • HTTPS for the exchange of Configuration File and web pages
    • SNMPv3
    • TR-069 management protocols
    • OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) revocation status verification for TLS links
  • Supported Hash:
    • SHA-1 and SHA-2
  • Supported Key Exchange Mechanism:
    • RSA
    • Diffie-Hellman
  • Supported Cyphers:
    • AES (128 and 256 bits)
    • 3DES (168 bits)
    • Blowfish (448 bits)
  • Group 3/Super G3 Fax real-time FoIP over clear channel (G.711), G.726, or T.38
  • T.38 Fax relay (9.6 k and 14.4 k)
  • G.711 Fax and Modem pass-through (RFC4040)
  • Fax tone detection and pass-through on G.711 and G.726
  • MODEM tone detection and pass-through over G.711 and G.726.
  • Zero touch Provisioning
  • TR-069, TR-104, and TR-111
  • WEB GUI
  • SSH and TELNET
  • SMNP v1, v2c, and v3
  • Scripts/firmware files uploaded via HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and TFTP
  • Customisable CDR
  • Event Notifications via Syslog, SIP, Log File, and SMNP Traps
  • PCM capture
  • Packet capture
  • Diagnostic traces
  • Remote activation of service licenses
  • IPv4 – IPv6
  • Multiple IP addresses per link or VLAN
  • Multiple VLANs per link
  • DHCP client
  • PPPoE
  • IEEE 802.1q + DSCP QoS tagging (media, signaling, and mgmt)
  • IEEE 802.1x Wired Authentication
  • LLDP-med
  • Traffic shaping
  • Firewall with stateful inspection, rate-limitation, and automatic black-listing
  • Static routing
  • NAPT
  • DHCP Server
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
  • Storage temperature: -20°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: up to 85%, non-condensing
  • Height: 44 mm (1.73 in.)
  • Width: 445 mm (17.5 in.)
  • Depth: 205 mm (8 in.)
  • Weight: 3.0 kg (6.6 lbs)
  • Agency Approvals
    • UL
    • CE Marking
    • FCC
    • NOM – Mexico
  • Safety Standards
    • UL60950-1: 2nd Edition, 2007-03-27
    • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1- 07 2nd Edition, 2007
    • IEC60950-1: 2005, 2nd Edition with all national deviations
    • NOM-019-SCFI-1998
  • Emissions
    • FCC Part 15:2010 Class B
    • EN55022 (2006) Class B
    • EN61000-3-2 (2000) Harmonic current emissions
    • EN61000-3-3 (1995) Voltage fluctuations and flicker (with amendment A1)
  • Immunity
    • EN55024 (2010), with amendments A1 and A2 including the following:
      • EN61000-4-2 (2009), ESD
      • EN61000-4-3 (2006+ A1:2008+ A2:2010), Radiated RF
      • EN61000-4-4 (2004+ A1:2010), Burst Transients
      • EN61000-4-5 (2006), Surge
      • EN61000-4-6 (2009), Conducted RF
      • EN61000-4-11 (2004), Voltage Dips and Interruptions
  • Telecom
    • FCC Part 68: Subpart D, January 31, 2001
    • Industry Canada (CS-03, Issue 9, Part VI, Amendment 2, April 1, 2006)
    • TBR4:1995 (with amendments A1: 1997)
    • ETSI TR103050 V.1.2.1 2002
    • TBR21, January 1998
  • 1 x  PRI/E1/T1 port for ISDN, R2, or E&M connectivity with RJ-45 connector
    • Software configurable as NT or TE
  • 2 x FXS ports for RJ-11 connectors
  • 6 x FXO port for RJ-11 connectors
  • 5 x 10/100 BaseT Ethernet for RJ-45 connectors
  • Back-to-Back User Agent
  • SIP Header manipulation
  • SIP Registrar
  • SIP Authentication
  • SIP Failover
  • Registration throttling/caching
  • Call Forking
  • Dynamic call routing based on:
    • Peer Monitoring State
    • Registration cache
  • Call Admission Control based on:
    • Call Volume
    • Bandwidth usage
    • Concurrent calls
  • Near and far-end NAT traversal
  • Audio and Video media relay
  • Codec filtering
  • SIP and Media Encryption
  • UDP/TCP/TLS interworking
  • DTMF interworking
  • SIP (RFC3261)
  • IMS (3GPP TS 24.229)
  • UDP, TCP, and TLS transport
  • IPv4 and IPv6 (dual-stack)
  • Digest Authentication
  • SIP Failover using DNS SRV
  • Multiple Registration/Virtual gateways
  • PRACK (RFC3262)
  • Event Notification (RFC3265)
  • UPDATE (RFC3311)
  • Asserted Identity (RFC3325)
  • Reason Header (RFC3326)
  • ISUP to SIP mapping (RFC3398)
  • REFER (RFC3515)
  • MWI (RFC3842)
  • Replaces header (RFC3891)
  • Referred-by (RFC3892)
  • Session Timers (RFC4028)
  • ANAT (RFC4091)
  • MIKEY (RFC3830)
  • SDES (RFC4568)
  • Dialog Events Package (RFCRFC4235)
  • Conferencing for User Agents (RFC4579)
  • Vocoders:
    • G.711 (A-law and μ-law)
    • G.723.1
    • G.726
    • G.729a/b
  • T.38 Fax relay
  • Comfort Noise (RFC3389)
  • RTP/RTCP (RFC3550/3551)
  • SRTP/SRTCP (RFC3711)
  • Clear-Channel voice-band-data (RFC4040)
  • RTP events (RFC4733)
  • Configurable jitter buffer
  • Configurable packetization time
  • DSS1, NI-2, DMS100, 5ESS, and QSIG
  • ETS 300 402 (ITU-T Q.921)
  • ETS 300 403 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETS 300 102 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETSI BRI/NET3
  • ETSI PRI/NET5
  • CLIP, CLIR, and CLIR override
  • COLP, COLR, and COLR override
  • CNIP
  • MSN
  • Call Hold
  • AOC-D/E
  • CFU, CFNR, and CFB
  • Call Diversion
  • Call Rerouting
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • Automatic line detection and configuration
  • Routing Criteria:
    • Interface
    • Calling/Called party number
    • Calling/Called URI
    • Time of day, Day of week, Date
    • ISDN Bearer Channel, ITC, and NPI
    • Many others
  • Number manipulation using regular expressions
  • Mapping and transformation of Call Properties to/from Sip Headers
  • Hunt groups
  • Hairpining
  • Compliant with multiple enhanced security protocols offering a rich feature set including:
    • SIP over TLS
    • SRTP with MIKEY key management protocol (RFC 3830 and 4567) and SDES key management protocol (RFC 4568)
    • X.509 Certificate management
    • HTTPS for the exchange of Configuration File and web pages
    • SNMPv3
    • TR-069 management protocols
    • OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) revocation status verification for TLS links
  • Supported Hash:
    • SHA-1 and SHA-2
  • Supported Key Exchange Mechanism:
    • RSA
    • Diffie-Hellman
  • Supported Cyphers:
    • AES (128 and 256 bits)
    • 3DES (168 bits)
    • Blowfish (448 bits)
  • Group 3/Super G3 Fax real-time FoIP over clear channel (G.711), G.726, or T.38
  • T.38 Fax relay (9.6 k and 14.4 k)
  • G.711 Fax and Modem pass-through (RFC4040)
  • Fax tone detection and pass-through on G.711 and G.726
  • MODEM tone detection and pass-through over G.711 and G.726.
  • Zero touch Provisioning
  • TR-069, TR-104, and TR-111
  • WEB GUI
  • SSH and TELNET
  • SMNP v1, v2c, and v3
  • Scripts/firmware files uploaded via HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and TFTP
  • Customisable CDR
  • Event Notifications via Syslog, SIP, Log File, and SMNP Traps
  • PCM capture
  • Packet capture
  • Diagnostic traces
  • Remote activation of service licenses
  • IPv4 – IPv6
  • Multiple IP addresses per link or VLAN
  • Multiple VLANs per link
  • DHCP client
  • PPPoE
  • IEEE 802.1q + DSCP QoS tagging (media, signaling, and mgmt)
  • IEEE 802.1x Wired Authentication
  • LLDP-med
  • Traffic shaping
  • Firewall with stateful inspection, rate-limitation, and automatic black-listing
  • Static routing
  • NAPT
  • DHCP Server
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
  • Storage temperature: -20°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: up to 85%, non-condensing
  • Height: 44 mm (1.73 in.)
  • Width: 445 mm (17.5 in.)
  • Depth: 205 mm (8 in.)
  • Weight: 3.0 kg (6.6 lbs)
  • Agency Approvals
    • UL
    • CE Marking
    • FCC
    • NOM – Mexico
  • Safety Standards
    • UL60950-1: 2nd Edition, 2007-03-27
    • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1- 07 2nd Edition, 2007
    • IEC60950-1: 2005, 2nd Edition with all national deviations
    • NOM-019-SCFI-1998
  • Emissions
    • FCC Part 15:2010 Class B
    • EN55022 (2006) Class B
    • EN61000-3-2 (2000) Harmonic current emissions
    • EN61000-3-3 (1995) Voltage fluctuations and flicker (with amendment A1)
  • Immunity
    • EN55024 (2010), with amendments A1 and A2 including the following:
      • EN61000-4-2 (2009), ESD
      • EN61000-4-3 (2006+ A1:2008+ A2:2010), Radiated RF
      • EN61000-4-4 (2004+ A1:2010), Burst Transients
      • EN61000-4-5 (2006), Surge
      • EN61000-4-6 (2009), Conducted RF
      • EN61000-4-11 (2004), Voltage Dips and Interruptions
  • Telecom
    • FCC Part 68: Subpart D, January 31, 2001
    • Industry Canada (CS-03, Issue 9, Part VI, Amendment 2, April 1, 2006)
    • TBR4:1995 (with amendments A1: 1997)
    • ETSI TR103050 V.1.2.1 2002
    • TBR21, January 1998
  • 1 x PRI/E1/T1 port for ISDN, R2, or E&M connectivity with RJ-45 connector
    • Software configurable as NT or TE
  • 5 x BRI ports for RJ-45 connector
    • Software configurable as NT or TE
    • Configurable point-to-point and point-to-multipoint
  • 5 x 10/100 BaseT Ethernet for RJ-45 connectors

 

  • Back-to-Back User Agent
  • SIP Header manipulation
  • SIP Registrar
  • SIP Authentication
  • SIP Failover
  • Registration throttling/caching
  • Call Forking
  • Dynamic call routing based on:
    • Peer Monitoring State
    • Registration cache
  • Call Admission Control based on:
    • Call Volume
    • Bandwidth usage
    • Concurrent calls
  • Near and far-end NAT traversal
  • Audio and Video media relay
  • Codec filtering
  • SIP and Media Encryption
  • UDP/TCP/TLS interworking
  • DTMF interworking
  • SIP (RFC3261)
  • IMS (3GPP TS 24.229)
  • UDP, TCP, and TLS transport
  • IPv4 and IPv6 (dual-stack)
  • Digest Authentication
  • SIP Failover using DNS SRV
  • Multiple Registration/Virtual gateways
  • PRACK (RFC3262)
  • Event Notification (RFC3265)
  • UPDATE (RFC3311)
  • Asserted Identity (RFC3325)
  • Reason Header (RFC3326)
  • ISUP to SIP mapping (RFC3398)
  • REFER (RFC3515)
  • MWI (RFC3842)
  • Replaces header (RFC3891)
  • Referred-by (RFC3892)
  • Session Timers (RFC4028)
  • ANAT (RFC4091)
  • MIKEY (RFC3830)
  • SDES (RFC4568)
  • Dialog Events Package (RFCRFC4235)
  • Conferencing for User Agents (RFC4579)
  • Vocoders:
    • G.711 (A-law and μ-law)
    • G.723.1
    • G.726
    • G.729a/b
  • T.38 Fax relay
  • Comfort Noise (RFC3389)
  • RTP/RTCP (RFC3550/3551)
  • SRTP/SRTCP (RFC3711)
  • Clear-Channel voice-band-data (RFC4040)
  • RTP events (RFC4733)
  • Configurable jitter buffer
  • Configurable packetization time
  • Loop Start (various customization)
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • DTMF detection and generation
  • Carrier tone detection and generation
  • Silence Detection
  • Voice Activity Detection
  • Caller ID Detection and Generation (FSK and DTMF)
  • Message Waiting Indicator Tone, FSK, and Voltage
  • Automatic Call
  • Emergency Call
  • Hold
  • 2nd Call
  • Call Waiting
  • Call Transfer (Blind/Attended)
  • 3-way Conference (locally mixed)
  • Distinctive Ring
  • DSS1, NI-2, DMS100, 5ESS, and QSIG
  • ETS 300 402 (ITU-T Q.921)
  • ETS 300 403 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETS 300 102 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETSI BRI/NET3
  • ETSI PRI/NET5
  • CLIP, CLIR, and CLIR override
  • COLP, COLR, and COLR override
  • CNIP
  • MSN
  • Call Hold
  • AOC-D/E
  • CFU, CFNR, and CFB
  • Call Diversion
  • Call Rerouting
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • Automatic line detection and configuration
  • Routing Criteria:
    • Interface
    • Calling/Called party number
    • Calling/Called URI
    • Time of day, Day of week, Date
    • ISDN Bearer Channel, ITC, and NPI
    • Many others
  • Number manipulation using regular expressions
  • Mapping and transformation of Call Properties to/from Sip Headers
  • Hunt groups
  • Hairpining
  • Compliant with multiple enhanced security protocols offering a rich feature set including:
    • SIP over TLS
    • SRTP with MIKEY key management protocol (RFC 3830 and 4567) and SDES key management protocol (RFC 4568)
    • X.509 Certificate management
    • HTTPS for the exchange of Configuration File and web pages
    • SNMPv3
    • TR-069 management protocols
    • OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) revocation status verification for TLS links
  • Supported Hash:
    • SHA-1 and SHA-2
  • Supported Key Exchange Mechanism:
    • RSA
    • Diffie-Hellman
  • Supported Cyphers:
    • AES (128 and 256 bits)
    • 3DES (168 bits)
    • Blowfish (448 bits)
  • Group 3/Super G3 Fax real-time FoIP over clear channel (G.711), G.726, or T.38
  • T.38 Fax relay (9.6 k and 14.4 k)
  • G.711 Fax and Modem pass-through (RFC4040)
  • Fax tone detection and pass-through on G.711 and G.726
  • MODEM tone detection and pass-through over G.711 and G.726.
  • Zero touch Provisioning
  • TR-069, TR-104, and TR-111
  • WEB GUI
  • SSH and TELNET
  • SMNP v1, v2c, and v3
  • Scripts/firmware files uploaded via HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and TFTP.
  • Customisable CDR
  • Event Notifications via Syslog, SIP, Log File, and SMNP Traps
  • PCM capture
  • Packet capture
  • Diagnostic traces
  • Remote activation of service licenses
  • IPv4 – IPv6
  • Multiple IP addresses per link or VLAN
  • Multiple VLANs per link
  • DHCP client
  • PPPoE
  • IEEE 802.1q + DSCP QoS tagging (media, signaling, and mgmt)
  • IEEE 802.1x Wired Authentication
  • LLDP-med
  • Traffic shaping
  • Firewall with stateful inspection, rate-limitation, and automatic black-listing
  • Static routing
  • NAPT
  • DHCP Server
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
  • Storage temperature: -20°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: up to 85%, non-condensing
  • Height: 44 mm (1.73 in.)
  • Width: 445 mm (17.5 in.)
  • Depth: 205 mm (8 in.)
  • Weight: 3.0 kg (6.6 lbs)
  • Agency Approvals
    • UL
    • CE Marking
    • FCC
    • NOM – Mexico
  • Safety Standards
    • UL60950-1: 2nd Edition, 2007-03-27
    • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1- 07 2nd Edition, 2007
    • IEC60950-1: 2005, 2nd Edition with all national deviations
    • NOM-019-SCFI-1998
  • Emissions
    • FCC Part 15:2010 Class B
    • EN55022 (2006) Class B
    • EN61000-3-2 (2000) Harmonic current emissions
    • EN61000-3-3 (1995) Voltage fluctuations and flicker (with amendment A1)
  • Immunity
    • EN55024 (2010), with amendments A1 and A2 including the following:
      • EN61000-4-2 (2009), ESD
      • EN61000-4-3 (2006+ A1:2008+ A2:2010), Radiated RF
      • EN61000-4-4 (2004+ A1:2010), Burst Transients
      • EN61000-4-5 (2006), Surge
      • EN61000-4-6 (2009), Conducted RF
      • EN61000-4-11 (2004), Voltage Dips and Interruptions
  • Telecom
    • FCC Part 68: Subpart D, January 31, 2001
    • Industry Canada (CS-03, Issue 9, Part VI, Amendment 2, April 1, 2006)
    • TBR4:1995 (with amendments A1: 1997)
    • ETSI TR103050 V.1.2.1 2002
    • TBR21, January 1998
  • 7 x FXS ports for RJ-11 connectors
  • 1 x FXO port for RJ-11 connectors
  • 5 x BRI ports for RJ-45 connectors
    • Software configurable as NT or TE
    • Configurable point-to-point and point-to-multipoint
  • 5 x 10/100 BaseT Ethernet for RJ-45 connectors

 

  • Back-to-Back User Agent
  • SIP Header manipulation
  • SIP Registrar
  • SIP Authentication
  • SIP Failover
  • Registration throttling/caching
  • Call Forking
  • Dynamic call routing based on:
    • Peer Monitoring State
    • Registration cache
  • Call Admission Control based on:
    • Call Volume
    • Bandwidth usage
    • Concurrent calls
  • Near and far-end NAT traversal
  • Audio and Video media relay
  • Codec filtering
  • SIP and Media Encryption
  • UDP/TCP/TLS interworking
  • DTMF interworking
  • SIP (RFC3261)
  • IMS (3GPP TS 24.229)
  • UDP, TCP, and TLS transport
  • IPv4 and IPv6 (dual-stack)
  • Digest Authentication
  • SIP Failover using DNS SRV
  • Multiple Registration/Virtual gateways
  • PRACK (RFC3262)
  • Event Notification (RFC3265)
  • UPDATE (RFC3311)
  • Asserted Identity (RFC3325)
  • Reason Header (RFC3326)
  • ISUP to SIP mapping (RFC3398)
  • REFER (RFC3515)
  • MWI (RFC3842)
  • Replaces header (RFC3891)
  • Referred-by (RFC3892)
  • Session Timers (RFC4028)
  • ANAT (RFC4091)
  • MIKEY (RFC3830)
  • SDES (RFC4568)
  • Dialog Events Package (RFCRFC4235)
  • Conferencing for User Agents (RFC4579)
  • Vocoders:
    • G.711 (A-law and μ-law)
    • G.723.1
    • G.726
    • G.729a/b
  • T.38 Fax relay
  • Comfort Noise (RFC3389)
  • RTP/RTCP (RFC3550/3551)
  • SRTP/SRTCP (RFC3711)
  • Clear-Channel voice-band-data (RFC4040)
  • RTP events (RFC4733)
  • Configurable jitter buffer
  • Configurable packetization time
  • Loop Start (various customization)
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • DTMF detection and generation
  • Carrier tone detection and generation
  • Silence Detection
  • Voice Activity Detection
  • Caller ID Detection, Generation (FSK and DTMF)
  • Message Waiting Indicator Tone, FSK, and Voltage
  • Automatic Call
  • Emergency Call
  • Hold
  • 2nd Call
  • Call Waiting
  • Call Transfer (Blind/Attended)
  • 3-way Conference (locally mixed)
  • Distinctive Ring
  • DSS1, NI-2, DMS100, 5ESS, and QSIG
  • ETS 300 402 (ITU-T Q.921)
  • ETS 300 403 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETS 300 102 (ITU-T Q.931)
  • ETSI BRI/NET3
  • ETSI PRI/NET5
  • CLIP, CLIR, and CLIR override
  • COLP, COLR, and COLR override
  • CNIP
  • MSN
  • Call Hold
  • AOC-D/E
  • CFU, CFNR, and CFB
  • Call Diversion
  • Call Rerouting
  • Configurable Tones (dial, ringing, busy, etc.)
  • G.168 echo cancellation
  • Automatic line detection and configuration
  • Routing Criteria:
    • Interface
    • Calling/Called party number
    • Calling/Called URI
    • Time of day, Day of week, and Date
    • ISDN Bearer Channel, ITC, and NPI
    • Many others
  • Number manipulation using regular expressions
  • Mapping and transformation of Call Properties to/from Sip Headers
  • Hunt groups
  • Hairpining
  • Compliant with multiple enhanced security protocols offering a rich feature set including:
    • SIP over TLS
    • SRTP with MIKEY key management protocol (RFC 3830 and 4567) and SDES key management protocol (RFC 4568)
    • X.509 Certificate management
    • HTTPS for the exchange of Configuration File and web pages
    • SNMPv3
    • TR-069 management protocols
    • OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) revocation status verification for TLS links
  • Supported Hash:
    • SHA-1 and SHA-2
  • Supported Key Exchange Mechanism:
    • RSA
    • Diffie-Hellman
  • Supported Cyphers:
    • AES (128 and 256 bits)
    • 3DES (168 bits)
    • Blowfish (448 bits)
  • Group 3/Super G3 Fax real-time FoIP over clear channel (G.711), G.726, or T.38
  • T.38 Fax relay (9.6 k and 14.4 k)
  • G.711 Fax and Modem pass-through (RFC4040)
  • Fax tone detection and pass-through on G.711 and G.726
  • MODEM tone detection and pass-through over G.711 and G.726.
  • Zero touch Provisioning
  • TR-069, TR-104, and TR-111
  • WEB GUI
  • SSH and TELNET
  • SMNP v1, v2c, v3
  • Scripts/firmware files uploaded via HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and TFTP
  • Customisable CDR
  • Event Notifications via Syslog, SIP, Log File, and SMNP Traps
  • PCM capture
  • Packet capture
  • Diagnostic traces
  • Remote activation of service licenses
  • IPv4 – IPv6
  • Multiple IP addresses per link or VLAN
  • Multiple VLANs per link
  • DHCP client
  • PPPoE
  • IEEE 802.1q + DSCP QoS tagging (media, signaling, and mgmt)
  • IEEE 802.1x Wired Authentication
  • LLDP-med
  • Traffic shaping
  • Firewall with stateful inspection, rate-limitation, and automatic black-listing
  • Static routing
  • NAPT
  • DHCP Server
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 40°C
  • Storage temperature: -20°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: up to 85%, non-condensing
  • Height: 44 mm (1.73 in.)
  • Width: 445 mm (17.5 in.)
  • Depth: 205 mm (8 in.)
  • Weight: 3.0 kg (6.6 lbs)
  • Agency Approvals
    • UL
    • CE Marking
    • FCC
    • NOM – Mexico
  • Safety Standards
    • UL60950-1: 2nd Edition, 2007-03-27
    • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1- 07 2nd Edition, 2007
    • IEC60950-1: 2005, 2nd Edition with all national deviations
    • NOM-019-SCFI-1998
  • Emissions
    • FCC Part 15:2010 Class B
    • EN55022 (2006) Class B
    • EN61000-3-2 (2000) Harmonic current emissions
    • EN61000-3-3 (1995) Voltage fluctuations and flicker (with amendment A1)
  • Immunity
    • EN55024 (2010), with amendments A1 and A2 including the following:
      • EN61000-4-2 (2009), ESD
      • EN61000-4-3 (2006+ A1:2008+ A2:2010), Radiated RF
      • EN61000-4-4 (2004+ A1:2010), Burst Transients
      • EN61000-4-5 (2006), Surge
      • EN61000-4-6 (2009), Conducted RF
      • EN61000-4-11 (2004), Voltage Dips and Interruptions
  • Telecom
    • FCC Part 68: Subpart D, January 31, 2001
    • Industry Canada (CS-03, Issue 9, Part VI, Amendment 2, April 1, 2006)
    • TBR4:1995 (with amendments A1: 1997)
    • ETSI TR103050 V.1.2.1 2002
    • TBR21, January 1998
  • 6 x FXO ports for RJ-11 connectors
  • 2 x FXS ports for RJ-11 connectors
  • 5 x BRI ports for RJ-45 connectors
    • Software configurable as NT or TE
    • Configurable point-to-point, point-to-multipoint
  • 5 x 10/100 BaseT Ethernet for RJ-45 connectors


Avantages

Grâce une combinaison d’interfaces E1/T1 PRI, BRI, FXO et FXS, les appareils Mediatrix 3000 sont la solution idéale pour faire le déploiement de services de téléphonie sur les lieux. Les appareils offrent une manière simple, transparente et économique de conserver une connexion au PSTN. Les appareils Mediatrix 3000 permettent aussi aux fournisseurs de services d’entreprises et aux intégrateurs de systèmes de déployer des systèmes sécurisés et de générer des flux de rentrées.

Les appareils Mediatrix 3000 visent :

  • Les entreprises avec des succursales et des bureaux à distance, incluant des SOHO.
  • Les entreprises qui veulent profiter des bénéfices de la voix sur IP tout en conservant les investissements faits pour leurs PBX.
  • Les entreprises qui souhaitent faire l’implémentation du protocole RTP sécurisé (SRTP) et du protocole SIP sécurisé.
  • Les entreprises qui souhaitent faire l’implémentation de la voix sur IP, grâce à une migration graduelle, transparente et économique.
  • Unités à plusieurs locataires/logements et sites qui souhaitent faire l’implémentation de la voix sur IP tout en conservant leur câblage et leurs combinés existants.

Les appareils Mediatrix 3000 sont également des SBC, pouvant combler une variété d’aspects incluant le point de démarcation, la sécurité, la normalisation SIP, la survivance et plus encore. Grâce à un « agent utilisateur consécutif » (Back-to-Back-User-Agent), les appareils Mediatrix 3000 agissent comme un intermédiaire pour les communications entre deux  points de terminaison SIP. Cela permet de faire une inspection approfondie des paquets, d’identifier des propriétés spécifiques reliées à une requête SIP et d’exécuter des actions prédéfinies pour gérer tout déploiement de scénario particulier. Les appareils Mediatrix 3000 prennent également en charge les relais médiatiques pour l’ancrage média, la traversée NAT et le transcodage.

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