MultiTech MultiVOIP 1-Port Analog Adapter (FXS only)

Mfg.Part: MVP130-FXS | CDW Part: 726993 | UNSPSC: 43201552
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  • MultiVOIP 1-Port Analog Adapter (FXS only)
Ethernet connectivity and full IP compatibility with existing routers and WAN infrastructure

The MultiVOIP voice over IP gateways provides toll-free voice and fax communications over the Internet or Intranet. By integrating voice and fax into an existing data network, businesses can realize substantial savings on inter-office long distance toll charges.

The MultiVOIP comes in analog model with one port. MultiVOIP products connect directly to phones, fax machines, key systems, PSTN lines or a PBX to provide real-time, toll-quality voice connections to any office on a VOIP network. MultiVOIP is designed to help maximize investments already made in the existing data and voice network infrastructure.

For Avaya™ Communication Manager environments, MultiVOIP provides distributed networking capabilities to small branch offices of Fortune 1000 corporations. MultiVOIP extends the call features of a centralized Avaya media server and provides local office survivability to branch offices of up to 15 users using analog or IP phones.

Up to 60 ports per chassis for communication over an existing IP network or the Internet
Ethernet connectivity and full IP compatibility with existing routers and WAN infrastructure
PSTN fail-over automatically routes calls over the PSTN network if the IP network is congested or down
Supports H.323 or SIP for sending voice over the Internet
Supports H.450 supplementary services to provide for call transfer, call forwarding, call hold, call waiting and name identification
Voice compression to 5.3K per call with support for multiple algorithms, including ITU G.723 and G.729
T.38 real-time fax relay for interoperability among other VOIP equipment
Voice prioritization using the industry-standard Differentiated Services (DiffServ) protocol
Configuration and management using a web browser or Windows
Two-year warranty
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