[Freeswitch-users] VoIP gateway with PRI
steveayre at gmail.com
Thu Feb 7 23:39:32 MSK 2013
As another option, you can also get PRI cards that you install in the FS
server itself that might prove cheaper (if you have the space). You could
quite easily handle both PRI-PRI and PRI-SIP calls in the FS dialplan.
Google Shopper says the 60 channel A102 is about a quarter of the price of
the options you're currently looking at.
(check the card is supported before buying)
On 7 February 2013 19:36, Mimiko <vbvbrj at gmail.com> wrote:
> I want to propose for purchasing a VoIP gateway to connect some PRI
> lines with FS. Basic operation has to be routing like this:
> One line PRI will be connected to phone provider. Some calls to certain
> numbers thru this connection must be routed to FS via IP. Other
> destination numbers must be routed to second PRI connection for legacy
> PBX for analog phones. So the VoIP gateway must have two PRI (T1/E1)
> connections and two LAN connection for failover.
> After a while this VoIP gateway will be as a tehnology converter from IP
> to PRI. So LAN connectors will be used for connection to FS in a
> failover manner. And two PRI connectors will be used to connect to
> legacy PBX which have two PRI inputs to handle 60 concurrent connection.
> I've spotted three models:
> 1) Patton SN4951/4E60V2GS/EUI 4T1/E1/PRI 60 VoIP Channels G.SHDSL for
> 2) Audiocodes Mediant 1000 M1K-D2 2T1/E1 for $3,800
> 3) Sangoma Vega 400 2 T1/E1 Digital Gateway for $4,437
> Which of this is a better working solution with failover and extended
> call routing plans?
> Mimiko desu.
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