Astribank

Astribank - The First USB Channel Bank For Asterisk Open Source PBX

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Overview

Astribank is a revolutionary concept in channel banks for Asterisk systems. Astribank uses USB 2.0 ports to connect to the Asterisk server, eliminating the requirement for PCI (E1/T1) card and even for PCI slots. Astribank comes in various models which are all built of four types of modules: 8 port FXS, 8 port FXO, 1/2/3/4 port PRI and 2/4/8 port BRI ISDN.
Multiple Astribank units may be used on a single server using either different USB 2.0 ports, or using USB 2.0 hub or USB 2.0 PCI card, to easily create a system with hundreds of analog extensions. Considering its support in MSI (Message Waiting Indicator) in analog phones, it makes an especially practical solutions for large commercial implementations such as hotels.

Features

  • Designed specifically for Asterisk systems
  • All Astribank models connect via USB 2.0 - NO T1/E1 card required, NO PCI slot required
  • Supports 8 port FXS/FXO modules, 1/2/3/4 PRI (E1 R2 or T1 CAS) and 2/4/8 BRI ISDN modules
  • Up to 32 analog ports (FXS/FXO) per single unit
  • Rack-mountable in 19" racks (1U)
  • Supports 110V and 220V power
  • LEDs show status of each channel
  • Easy setup - no need to open panels or shut down server
  • All necessary cables and documentation included
  • Support by Xorcom professional engineers
  • The Astribank driver is part of the official release of Zaptel/DAHDI
  • Multiple units may be connected via a single USB 2.0 port (using USB 2.0 hub)
  • Support caller ID
  • Support MSI (Message Waiting Indication) for analog phones
  • 5 REN ringing generator
  • Up to 6,000 feet line length (1 REN) – 3 REN for 4,000 feet line
  • 2 output ports (relays) enable external units activation from the dial plan (alarm systems, gates etc.) - optional
  • 4 input ports enable automatic dialing triggered by external events (receiving a call when alarm goes off etc.) - optional

Also see

Astribank - The First USB Channel Bank For Asterisk Open Source PBX

astribank-angled.png

Overview

Astribank is a revolutionary concept in channel banks for Asterisk systems. Astribank uses USB 2.0 ports to connect to the Asterisk server, eliminating the requirement for PCI (E1/T1) card and even for PCI slots. Astribank comes in various models which are all built of four types of modules: 8 port FXS, 8 port FXO, 1/2/3/4 port PRI and 2/4/8 port BRI ISDN.
Multiple Astribank units may be used on a single server using either different USB 2.0 ports, or using USB 2.0 hub or USB 2.0 PCI card, to easily create a system with hundreds of analog extensions. Considering its support in MSI (Message Waiting Indicator) in analog phones, it makes an especially practical solutions for large commercial implementations such as hotels.

Features

  • Designed specifically for Asterisk systems
  • All Astribank models connect via USB 2.0 - NO T1/E1 card required, NO PCI slot required
  • Supports 8 port FXS/FXO modules, 1/2/3/4 PRI (E1 R2 or T1 CAS) and 2/4/8 BRI ISDN modules
  • Up to 32 analog ports (FXS/FXO) per single unit
  • Rack-mountable in 19" racks (1U)
  • Supports 110V and 220V power
  • LEDs show status of each channel
  • Easy setup - no need to open panels or shut down server
  • All necessary cables and documentation included
  • Support by Xorcom professional engineers
  • The Astribank driver is part of the official release of Zaptel/DAHDI
  • Multiple units may be connected via a single USB 2.0 port (using USB 2.0 hub)
  • Support caller ID
  • Support MSI (Message Waiting Indication) for analog phones
  • 5 REN ringing generator
  • Up to 6,000 feet line length (1 REN) – 3 REN for 4,000 feet line
  • 2 output ports (relays) enable external units activation from the dial plan (alarm systems, gates etc.) - optional
  • 4 input ports enable automatic dialing triggered by external events (receiving a call when alarm goes off etc.) - optional

Also see

Created by: eran, Last modification: Tue 21 of Dec, 2010 (12:43 UTC) by rbridger
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