8 PORT VOIP GATEWAY

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SKU MVP810BG
Bogen’s  Voice  Over  IP  gateways  (Models  MVP130BG,  MVP210BG,  MVP410BG,  and  
MVP810BG) allow paging  communications  to  be  sent  over  the  Internet  or  Intranet.  FXS  pass  through  expands  the  paging capabilities of Bogen’s PCM zone paging system by providing a continuous connection between buildings using a Local-Area or Wide-Area Network (LAN/WAN).

Bogen’s  VoIP  gateways  are  available  in  models  ranging  from  1 to  8  ports.  Each  gateway  connects  directly  to Bogen paging systems and equipment to provide overhead paging to all locations within a facility or across a campus without running new lines.  The
1-port model supports FXS and FXO. Multi-port models support FXS, FXO, and provide contact closure Receive & Transmit in E&M mode. The VoIP gateways are easily managed locally using a Windows®-based software application or remotely with a web browser or SNMP.

Bogen’s VoIP gateways can also be used for toll-free voice or fax communications when connected to phones, fax machines, key systems, PSTN lines, or a PBX to provide real-time, toll-quality voice connections to any office on your VoIP network.

• 1-, 2-, 4-, or 8- analog ports for communication over an existing IP network or the Internet
•  Ethernet  connectivity  and  full  IP  compatibility  with existing routers and WAN infrastructure
•   Overhead  voice  paging  to  multiple  locations  within  a facility, nearby or branch office buildings, or to remote locations
•  Single- or multi-zone paging at any or all locations when used  with  Bogen’s  Multi-Zone  telephone  paging interface (UTI312)
•  Efficiently  communicate  company-wide  emergency alerts or general announcements
•  FXS/FXO  connector  on  each  port  for  direct  connection to Bogen’s telephone paging interfaces
•  Configuration    and    management    using    a    Web browser or Microsoft Windows®
•  Utilizes  the  H.323  or  SIP  protocols  to  provide complete interoperability with other Internet telephony solutions
•  Multi-port  models  provide  contact  closure  Receive  & Transmit in E&M mode
•  Connects directly to telephone or PBX
•  Single   Port   Protocol   (SPP)   allows   the   use   of dynamic IP addresses
•  Voice   compression   to   5.3K   bps   per   call   with support  for  multiple  algorithms,  including  ITU  G.723 and G.729
•  Minimum  requirements:  Ethernet  network,  WAN connection, IP addresses
•  Supports H.450 supplementary services to provide for call  transfer,  call  forwarding,  call  hold,  call  waiting  and name identification
•  T.38 real-time fax relay for interoperability among other VoIP equipment
•  PSTN  fail-over  automatically  routes  calls  over  the PSTN network if the IP network is down

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