Cylogistics Trueline Session Border Controller

Cylogistics Trueline Session Border Controller Designed to work with Asterisk




Uses for the Trueline Session Border Controller for Asterisk


• Service provider to service provider network borders — “peering border.�

• Service provider access network to backbone network borders — “access network border.� These access networks may connect enterprise, residential, and mobile subscribers using any technology including leased line, frame relay, DSL, cable, Wi-Fi, 3G, satellite, etc.

• Service provider data center to managed network or the Internet border — “data center border.�

• Enterprise network to service provider network border — “enterprise border.�

From a technical perspective, session border controllers tightly integrate signaling and media control in a single system. This means that they support one or more signaling protocols such as SIP, H.323 or MGCP/NCS associated with session management, and they are capable of controlling the RTP and RTCP flows associated with the voice, video, or multimedia session content.

Please visit http://www.cylogistics.com/ for more information

Cylogistics Trueline Session Border Controller Designed to work with Asterisk




Uses for the Trueline Session Border Controller for Asterisk


• Service provider to service provider network borders — “peering border.�

• Service provider access network to backbone network borders — “access network border.� These access networks may connect enterprise, residential, and mobile subscribers using any technology including leased line, frame relay, DSL, cable, Wi-Fi, 3G, satellite, etc.

• Service provider data center to managed network or the Internet border — “data center border.�

• Enterprise network to service provider network border — “enterprise border.�

From a technical perspective, session border controllers tightly integrate signaling and media control in a single system. This means that they support one or more signaling protocols such as SIP, H.323 or MGCP/NCS associated with session management, and they are capable of controlling the RTP and RTCP flows associated with the voice, video, or multimedia session content.

Please visit http://www.cylogistics.com/ for more information

Created by: VOIPMONKEY, Last modification: Tue 07 of Mar, 2006 (19:08 UTC) by tdonahue
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