Analogue VoIP gateways are small stand-alone appliances which allow you to convert voice media between FXO and FXS connections and VoIP connections. They are the most cost-effective solution for businesses with a legacy phone system infrastructure which want to connect to a VoIP network, such as a SIP trunk. They are also great for businesses which have an IP-based phone system and need to connect legacy equipment to their IP network, such as analogue phones, traditional fax machines and the PSTN for emergency fallback.
All you need to do is place the VoIP gateway at the edge of your network, plug in your existing internet connection to the gateway for VoIP connectivity and the analogue cables from your phone system or legacy equipment and the gateway will automatically handle everything to allow voice media to simply work, including fax.
Available in five separate analogue configurations: 4 and 8 Port FXO trunk ports, 4 and 8 FXS telephone set ports, and 4 FXO trunk with 4 FXS telephone set ports.
Available in 24 port FXS telephone set ports. This model is typically used in hotels, schools, apartment buildings and other multi-dwelling environments to eliminate the need of changing analogue phones and infrastructure to IP.
Available in 50 port FXS telephone set ports. This model is typically used in hotels, schools, apartment buildings and other multi-dwelling environments to eliminate the need of changing analogue phones and infrastructure to IP.
Connects analogue private wires, audio sources and the PSTN to SIP networks for up to 16 calls. Supports four analogue interfaces: Audio, GenGen, FXO, FXS.
Businesses who want to connect to a SIP trunking service and have a PBX with PSTN interfaces. Simply connect the PSTN interfaces (PRI or analogue lines) from the phone system to the gateway ports for seamless connectivity.
Businesses who want to provide emergency fallback to their VoIP network. Connect the PSTN telco lines to the FXO ports for automatic fallback routing when your VoIP network goes down.
Businesses who have analogue phones and/or fax machines and want to seamlessly connect to their VoIP phone system network. For schools, hotels, apartment buildings, and military having large infrastructure of analogue phones needing to connect to IP-PBX eliminating the need to replace any hardware or cabling.
Businesses with an IP-based network who need to connect to the local PSTN provider. Simply connect a LAN port from the phone system to the analogue gateway and the other end to the provider.