Instead of using a traditional telephone network, VoIP allows voice communication to be carried via the internet. Analog voice signals are converted into digital data packets that can be transferred over the internet through digital VoIP gateways.
This enables significantly lower international calling costs as well as other capabilities such as voicemail-to-email.
What are the different types of digital VoIP gateways?
Digital VoIP Gateway are used to connect VoIP systems to the public switched telephone network (PSTN) (Public Switched Telephone Network).There are various sorts of digital VoIP gateways, each with its own set of benefits and drawbacks. The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) gateway is the first form of digital VoIP gateway. SIP gateways are used to link VoIP systems to the public switched telephone network. They're also employed in the connection of VoIP systems to the Internet. The most prevalent type of Digital VoIP Gateway is a SIP gateway.
Dinstar Digital VoIP Gateway Series
Legacy PSTN networks (legacy PBX or E1/T1 service providers) can be readily converted to VoIP networks using the Dinstar MTG200 Cost-effective VoIP Trunk Gateway with 1/2/4 ports E1/T1.
With a modest investment, you may enjoy the true benefits of VoIP while keeping your PSTN connection. Asterisk/ Elastix/ Trixbox/ Free switch, as well as small and medium-sized telephony systems, have a specific design for the open source market. Integrating with your legacy PBX or PSTN network is also a breeze with ISDN PRI / SS7 / R2 MFC compatibility.
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