Adtran NetVanta 6330 24 FXS
The NetVanta 6330 24 FXS Modular IP Business Gateway is designed for use in integrated IP voice and data service offering to small-to-medium sized businesses, worldwide.With this versatile chassis, carriers can offer a variety of services including cost-effective integrated voice and data over an Ethernet-fed Wide Area Network (WAN) or over low overhead bonded e.SHDSL loops and T1 circuits. The single-slot chassis includes a robust IP router, SIP gateway, and dual 10/100Base-T Ethernet interfaces for routing, DMZ, or Ethernet-fed WAN applications.
Adtran NetVanta 6330 24 FXS Product Overview
The NetVanta® 6330 Series Modular IP Business Gateway is designed for use in integrated IP voice and data service offering to small-to medium sized businesses, worldwide. This powerful solution combines the robust routing and voice features of ADTRAN's industry-leading Total Access® 900e Series of IP Business Gateways into a modular, multi-function chassis with a variety of network and voice interface modules to enable cost-effective IP-based services over a converged services infrastructure. With this versatile chassis, carriers can offer a variety of services including cost-effective integrated voice and data over an Ethernet-fed Wide Area Network (WAN) or over low overhead bonded e.SHDSL EFF loops and T1/E1 EFM circuits. The single-slot chassis includes a robust IP router, SIP gateway, and dual 10/100Base-T Ethernet interfaces for routing, DMZ, or Ethernet-fed WAN applications.
SIP Gateway and Voice Functionality The NetVanta 6330 Series utilizes Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and/or Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) for VoIP applications, providing interoperability with industry-leading softswitches, feature servers, and gateways. The integrated SIP gateway allows the NetVanta 6330 to deliver voice service to IP phones and traditional telephony equipment simultaneously. A customer's analog phones, fax machines, alarm systems, and modems can be supported using the onboard FXS interfaces.
Remote Survivability The NetVanta 6330 includes a SIP Back-to-Back User Agent (B2BUA) as a SIP-transparent proxy to facilitate remote survivability in the event of a service interruption on the WAN. If connection to the feature server is lost, calls may continue between IP and analog phones onsite, or outbound from an FXO POTS line to the PSTN.
Standards-based Routing ProtocolsComplementing the versatile hardware, the AOS allows for the support of standards-based switching, Virtual LAN (VLAN) tagging, static and default routes, demand routing, NAT, and DHCP client/server/relay. This enables fast, accurate network convergence using routing protocols such as BGP, OSPF, and RIP. Quality of Service and Voice Quality Monitoring (VQM) QoS is also supported for delay-sensitive traffic. To prioritize mission-critical traffic and control network congestion, the NetVanta 6330 uses Low Latency Queuing, Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ), Class-based WFQ, DiffServ marking, and Frame Relay Fragmentation. VQM supports Service Level Agreement (SLA) commitments with real-time monitoring of your customer's voice quality. A variety of ease-of-use features and graphical information are available for troubleshooting, rapid firmware updates or configuration upgrades.