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The MX100G-S SIP-ISDN trunking gateway (MX100G-S) provides signaling and media conversion between VoIP and ISDN networks. A typical application is to support enterprise PBX upgrades to IP when the WAN access is ISDN. The MX100G-S supports 1/2/4 T1/E1 ports and up to 512 SIP trunks, to meet the requirement of large and medium-sized enterprises for VoIP services.Contact Us
The TI ‘C5509 DSPs provide powerful voice-processing capabilities. The DSP daughter card’s 6000-MIPS processing capability enables the MX100G-S to provide voice signal processing (G.711, G.729A, and G.723.1), echo cancellation, and T.38 fax relay under full-load conditions (120 calls).
To ensure security, the MX100G-S supports SSH and HTTPS for remote access, and provides functions including signaling and media-stream encryption, automatic password strength test, brute-force password cracking prevention, cipher-text data storage, access whitelist, and system-log backup.
The MX100G-S provides high-availability features including 1+1 redundancy of Ethernet ports and AC/DC power supplies (optional), and SIP-registration failover.
The New Rock Cloud agent embedded in the MX100G-S allows the MX100G-S located behind an enterprise NAT or firewall to be securely accessed across the Internet. Real-time monitoring, alarm notification, remote packet capture and software upgrades can be performed with the New Rock or third-party Equipment Management System with TR-069.
As an intelligent gateway running on an embedded Linux operating system, the MX100G-S supports an advanced feature set such as number transformation for calling/called party, automatic routing, RADIUS billing interface, 2nd-stage dial- and ring-back tone, auto dialing, DTMF detection, call-progress analysis, and RTP proxy for NAT/firewall traversal.
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Supports SIP and IMS protocols
Up to 500 routing and call-number transformation rules
Dual-redundant Ethernet ports
Dual-AC/DC power supplies (optional)
Up to 512 SIP trunks
Remote access via New Rock Cloud
Management with New Rock or third-party Element Management Systems (TR-069)
Interoperability with popular SIP servers, such as Cisco Unified CallManager (CUCM), Broadsoft, Microsoft Skype for Business (Lync), Huawei IMS, and Asterisk/Elastix
Class I lightning protection
|Max. concurrent calls||4||8||48||96||120|
|Power||DC||DC||Dual AC/DC power supplies(optional)|