The Vega 50 media gateway supports both Analog and BRI implementations. In the analog configuration it supports both FXS and FXO ports. In BRI mode channels can be independently configured for connection to the PSTN or to a PBX.
- Sangoma Resilience Enablement Suite (SRES)
- Enhanced Network Proxy - Keeps SIP Endpoints Operational in the event that connectivity to the main switch is lost
- Bypass - Creates physical links between devices connected to the gateway in the event that power to the gateway is lost
- Failover/Fallback - Advanced dialplan capabilities that can select a route based on real-time network conditions
- GUI Interface for quick and easy configuration
- Sangoma Network Appliance Provisioning (SNAP) tool simplifies deployment of many similarly configured gateways
- Voice traffic prioritization
- Interoperability with a growing list of SIP Trunking providers
The award-winning Vega series offers a broad range of IP-to-TDM stand-alone gateway devices designed to bridge disparate technologies easily and cost-effectively. Vega gateways provide the perfect answer for IP-based voice services and for connecting to service provider broadband networks or the PSTN.
Vega series gateways support ISDN BRI and PRI, FXS, FXO, and E1/T1 line codes and protocols for installations ranging from small businesses to large enterprises. Easily deployed as Service Provider CPE, the Vega series appliances feature auto-detection and simple configuration. The Vega series also includes models for multi-tenant applications using legacy telephone wiring and systems.
The Vega 100 VoIP Gateway is the most resilient single-span digital gateway in its price class.
The Vega 400 VoIP Gateway is a flexible, field upgradable multi-span digital gateway that can be deployed in single, dual or quad span configurations. It is the most resilient flexible digital gateway in its price class.
Vega 5000 analog gateways are available with 24 or 50 FXS ports (for connection to standard analog telephones) & 2 FXO ports (for connection to PSTN telephone lines or a PBX).
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