The Vega 400 VoIPconnects digital equipment to IP networks.
All Vega 400 gateways are supplied with four/ interfaces which are always fully available regardless of the license which has been purchased.
The unit is purchased pre–licensed to suit the initial requirements of the customer for the quantity of concurrent VoIP calls desired through to 120 VoIP channels. Future expansion is easily achieved in the field & can be provisioned by means of further licenses and expansion modules.
Each/ interface can be independently configured as network side or terminal side. The Vega 400 can therefore be connected to a & the simultaneously. This configuration provides:
- No disruption to the configuration of existing equipment
- Flexibility & choice for call routing
Service Provider Applications:
- Customer premises for SIP trunking
- Low-density gateway
- Survivability for IP phones
- Enterprise VoIP networking
- PSTN trunking for IP-PBXs
- Enterprise IP gateway
Enhanced Network Proxy (ENP) (Optional)
This option enables continuity of service during/SIP outage and may be configured to operate in a number of ways including:
- Standalone proxy
- IP device survivability
- IP device call routing
- Emergency call routing
- SIP to SIP call routing
Open, Non–Proprietary Interfaces
The Vega 400supports the following signalling schemes:
- ETSI ISDN
- NI1, NI2, AT&T 5ESS, DMS100
- ISO QSIG Basic Call & QSIG feature transparency
- Channel Associated Signalling (CAS)
All VegaStream gateways can support SIP, H.323 & T.38 FAX.
The Vega 400has proven interoperability with a wide range of existing telecommunications & VoIP equipment.
|ISDN BRI Ports||No|
|Protocols Supported||SIP, H.323|
|Codecs Supported||G.711, G.723.1, G.729A|
|Downloads||Vega 400 Series Datasheet|