MultiVOIP 8-Port Voice/Fax Over IP Gateway FXS FXO E&M
Manufacturer Part Number:MVP810
The MultiVOIP voice over IP gateways provide 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 family is available in analog and digital models ranging from one to 60 ports. 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
Up to 60 voice/fax ports for communication over an existing IP network or the Internet
Ethernet connectivity and full IP compatibility with existing routers and WAN infrastructure
Voice compression to 5.3K per call with support for multiple algorithms, including ITU G.723 and G.729
Single stage dialing eliminates user training
Voice prioritization using the industry-standard Differentiated Services (DiffServ) protocol
Supports H.323 or SIP for sending voice over the Internet (SIP not supported on MVP110 & MVP120)
FXS, FXO, and E&M connectors on each channel for direct analog connection to phones, key telephones, PBX extensions or PBX trunks (2-, 4-, and 8-port models only)
Digital MultiVOIP connects directly to PBX or PSTN line via T1/E1 or PRI
Dial, busy, fast busy and ringback tones
Configuration and management using bundled SNMP management software for central site logging and monitoring, live reporting, usage tracking, call history, and voice quality statistics
Supports H.450 supplementary services to provide for call transfer, call forwarding, call hold, call waiting and name identification (feature to be released Q3 as a free upgrade and does not apply to the MVP110 and MVP120)
MVP810 allow voice/fax communication to be transmitted at no additional expense over your existing IP network, which has ordinarily been data only. To access this free voice and fax communication, you simply connect the MultiVOIP to your telephone equipment and your existing Internet connection. This analog MultiVOIP inter-operate readily with T1 or E1 MultiVOIP units.