[Freeswitch-users] VoIP IP DSLAMs
tculjaga at gmail.com
Sat Jun 18 20:09:01 MSD 2011
As for ADSL/VDSL CPE with FXS ports ... as someone said ... $40 - $300
depending of what is your setup. Whether you need VLAN tagging on the LAN
side, multiple PVCs, VLAN rewriting, IGMP, multiple bridges .. etc
All sort of additional features brings you 1 step towards that $300 mark :=)
my advice to you is to make it simple ... don't complicate things, don't ask
too much from vendor... Initially you need to present him/them with your
network topology and the services you need to run on that CPE. They will
come back to you with the information whether they can or cannot do it ...
once they accept it ... make them work on the setup... just provide them the
On Sat, Jun 18, 2011 at 6:00 PM, Tihomir Culjaga <tculjaga at gmail.com> wrote:
> well, my guess is that he wants a SIP based MSAN with additional FXS ports
> on ADSL/VDSL CPEs.
> something like this:
> ---voice---- FS -----SIP---- MSAN ---DSL line---SPL -----low
> band---------POTS line (FXS)
> | |
> ---data-----------------------+ +-------high
> band--------ADSL/VDSL2 Modem W FXS ports (SIP)
> anyhow, here everything registers to a FS (MSAN POTS line, FXS ports on the
> ADSL modem). FS is in charge to do voice routing, while the data traffic
> goes via VLANs to a data network in order to achieve service separation and
> an decent level of QoS.
> Port density is not an issue here as small density is mainly used for
> shopping centers, not residential.
> anyhow, i've been working with Huawei MSANs, ZTE MSANs, Zyxel, Siemens. All
> of them support H.248 by default... even the micro ones (16 ports from
> Zyxel). For the SIP protocol you need to ask a different firmware but its
> feasible... they do have it.
> in terms of density:
> Huawei UA5000 - 660 ports (combo xDSL + POTS), it spoortst ISDN BRI/PRI ,
> G.SHDSL ... all sort of things but we are using it for ADSL/VDSL + POTS
> Huawei MA500 - 48 ports (same as above)
> ZTE ZXDSL 9806H - 64 ports (best buy) ... supports AC or DC power supply in
> the same time.
> Zyxel - 48 ports ( don't try this at home :P )
> Siemens - 48 ( T.30 fax not working well)
> On Sat, Jun 18, 2011 at 5:27 PM, shouldbe q931 <shouldbeq931 at gmail.com>wrote:
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