With a simple and economical way to help legacy telephone, fax machine and PBXs interconnect with IP network, Synway SMG1000 analog gateway enables call center and multi-branch enterprises to process powerful, versatile and efficient VoIP solutions with unparalleled cost advantages.
SMG1000 Analog Gateway allows for a well-planned, phased migration to an IP network, making the gateways an easy solution for enterprises looking to enhance their legacy PBX equipment with new VoIP access and applications. Connected between a PBX or a LAN, the SMG1000 Gateway converts analog PSTN messages into a format suitable for transmission over standard IP networks.
High performance VoIP connectivity for SMBs
Voice optimization to ensure better user experiences
Enhanced call routing ability
Easy to install, configure, and maintain
- Completely non-blocking architecture and Scalable System.
- Easy integration with existing telephony interfaces.
- Open-standard SIP support and register to multiple SIP proxy servers.
- Make and receive IP calls from analog extensions.
- Call budgeting based on allocated amount, minutes and call count.
- Manageable based call routing TDP-IP/IP-TDM.
- Restrict unwanted calls with list of denied numbers.
- Real-time call record send to CDR server.
- Caller ID presentation and restriction.
- Hotline extension setting.
- Web-based remote administration.
- Consol access via Telnet, SSH.
Designed for voicemail and unified messaging applications, SMG 1000 has a 10/100 Base-T Ethernet connection for connecting legacy PBX to a LAN. The analog loop start functionality supports integration via in-band signaling (DTMF or FSK) or serial protocols. The SMG1000 Gateways provide a simple, cost-effective transition to voice and data convergence for enterprises with PBXs. Connected externally, they offer an IP solution that works with current legacy equipment. They support SIP-based applications as well as T.38 for fax transmissions over IP (FoIP).
The SMG1000 Gateways can be used to connect IP telephones to a legacy PBX, integrate network-hosted applications with the PBX, extend the PBX to branch offices, and integrate various voice and call processing capabilities in an enterprise LAN or WAN environment.
With exclusive PBX network interfaces, the SMG1000 gateway appliances provide exceptional IP to PBX integration capabilities to protect an investment in legacy telecom equipment.
The SMG1000 Gateways route calls from the switched network to a VoIP destination on the IP network.Conversely, it routes calls from the IP network through a switch port to a destination telephone number on the switched network. The SMG1000 Gateways support the following call routing options:
TDM to IP or IP to TDM
IP load balancing
IP fault tolerance
Max. 32 SIP channels
Network Interface 10/100 Base-T Ethernet LAN port
Connector 2 shielded female RJ-45 jack for LAN
SIP per RFC 3261
RTP/RTCP for delivery of voice
T.38 FoIP transcode fax from T.30 fax protocol(supporting V.17) modulation schemes, to T.38 for transmission over a packet network
G.711 μ-Law and A-Law, G.723.1, G.729AB
Silence suppression with comfort noise
G.168 automatic echo cancellation