SIPMerger Server - SIP Protocol Converter

SIPMerge™ Server

SIPMerge Server is a SIP protocol converter designed for bridging SIP networks and allowing full SIP header manipulation.

SIP, as an evolving protocol, often causes interoperability issues between different vendors. Using SIPMerge, these differences are overcome by providing a stateful proxy that remains in the call path ensuring compatibility between servers, gateways and IP-PBXs

SIPMerge Server is ideally suited for Microsoft Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging (UM) Server integrations. SIP traffic from the UM Server is sent over TCP/IP unlike the majority of IP-PBXs and VoIP gateways which use UDP.

Key features
• Transport Layer Conversion (TCP/UDP)
• Payload Header Manipulation
• Security
• Load-Balancing
• Fault Tolerance
• Windows based remote configuration, reporting and debug

Payload Header Manipulation
Extra fields can be added to the SIP header if necessary to comply with particular switches or end-points including Microsoft LCS/OCS and Exchange UM

SIPMerge™ provides interoperability between different security and authentication regimes. Includes support for IPSEC

Various call distribution algorithms are supported including round-robin and performance based rules. Multiple network interface cards can be configured to support high volumes of SIP traffic and ease network congestion

Created by: POSTCTI, Last modification: Tue 01 of May, 2007 (15:39 UTC)
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