Redfone - 750-5000

Failover and HA Enabled High-Availability through rapid failover capabilities ensures your critical telephony services are always on and available
Flexible Configuration Configurable on a per-port basis, foneBRIDGE2 allows you to mix multiple telephony standards on a single deployment
Solid State Embedded Appliance No moving components. Low heat and power consumption ensures high MTBF (mean time before failure)
Field Upgradeable Our highly flexible and powerful FPGA architecture allows users to quickly upgrade units in the field when product enhancements and new features are released.

Simplifies Installation
  • True Plug & Play hardware
  • Simplifies cabling; place it wherever is most convenient
  • Leverages commodity servers; no need for a certified box
  • Eliminates requirement for proprietary T1/E1 cards
  • Ethernet only requirement. No need to worry about having the correct PCI, PCI-X, PCIe slot!

Fully Asterisk Compatible
  • Employs native Asterisk™ TDMoE format and utilities
  • Follows standard Asterisk™ configuration rules and syntax
  • Compatible with PRI, channel banks and legacy PBX systems

  • T1/E1 PRI Trunk termination
  • Legacy PBX-to-Asterisk integration
  • High-Availability/Failover Asterisk clusters
  • Channel Bank connectivity
  • Mixed telephony environments ( E1 PRIs + T1 Channel Banks)
  • Perfect for BLADE servers where PCI slots are not available.
  • Asterisk, Elastix and trixbox Supported

  • PRI Switch Compatibility– EuroISDN, AT&T 4ESS, DMS100, Lucent 5E, NI1/NI2; Network or CPE
  • Line Interface– Single, Dual or Quad T1/E1 (RJ45), per port configurable
  • Line Encoding– AMI/B8ZS for T1, AMI/HDB3 for E1
  • Super Frame (SF) and Extended Super Frame (ESF)
  • Robbed Bit Signaling (RBS/CAS)
  • MFC/R2 Support when combined with 3rd party software

  • 30 day no questions asked money back guarantee. 3 years parts and labor

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Created by: swast, Last modification: Wed 15 of Feb, 2012 (03:37 UTC) by admin
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