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AudioCodes Mediant 800B E-SBC (1ET-2L-P-2U12) (Discontinued)

The AudioCodes Mediant 800B E-SBC (1ET-2L-P-2U12) has been discontinued by the manufacturer. The suggested replacement is the Audiocodes Mediant M800B-1ET-12L-P . For more information or if you have questions, please call 800-398-8647.

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AudioCodes Mediant 800B ESBC (1ET-2L-P-2U12)

The Audiocodes Mediant 800B E-SBC is your company's first line of defense against malicious attacks on your VoIP phone system. Your VoIP phone system is like any other IP enabled network and it is prone to hackers. VoIP hackers can be a costly enemy, an Enterprise Session Border Controller, or E-SBC serves as a VoIP-specific firewall to protect your IP PBX from outside intruders. In addition, it offers manageability and service assurance.

AudioCodes Mediant 800B E-SBC (1ET-2L-P-2U12) Overview 

An E-SBC is an essential need for SMEs for addressing VoIP security, mediation, and SLA requirements. E-SBC's protect the VoIP structure from outside attackers. In addition, they bridge the internal VoIP network with the SIP service provider network, acting as a gateway connecting the 2 protocols. Most importantly, an E-SBC is the demarcation point between an SME and the VoIP Service provider. When trouble arises, it is very easy to use an E-SBC to locate the root cause of the errors and determine if they belong to the VoIP system or the VoIP Service Provider.

Audiocodes Mediant 800B E-SBC offers enhanced media gateway security featuring SRTP, TLS, IPSec, and Denial of Service protection. In addition to providing enhanced security to your VoIP network, the Mediant 800B is a highly interoperable VoIP media gateway. It provides enhanced dialing plans and voice routing capabilities along with SIP to SIP mediation, which allows SME's to use SIP trunking, IP Centrex systems, Unified Communications, flexible PSTN connectivity as well as connecting legacy PBX's to VoIP.

AudioCodes Mediant 800B E-SBC supports enhanced IP Quality of Service (QoS) enforcement and Quality of Experience (QoE) Monitoring. Leveraging AudioCodes SEM, a QoE monitoring and management system, the Mediant 800B E-SBC enables service providers and multi-site enterprises to assess networks, certify VoIP deployments, and measure, monitor, track, and help optimize the QoE of their VoIP services. AudioCodes' Mediant 800B E-SBC also supports enhanced IP Quality of Service (QoS), including Ethernet frame tagging (802.1p), IP packet marking (Diffserv), and traffic shaping.

Small and medium Enterprises are motivated to become more productive, efficient, and responsive to their internal users. The convergence of secured voice services, Stand-Alone Survivability, Data Routing and Security, WAN Access, Mediation Services and Service Level Assurance, ensures a high level of investment protection, cost-optimization and support for the growing communication needs of the Enterprise.

AudioCodes Mediant 800B E-SBC (1ET-2L-P-2U12) Features and Specifications

    • Max of up to 50 sessions Must license by max session

    • Max up to 200 users

    • 2 Pair of 10/100/100 Active/Standby Ports

    • 4 Pair of 10/100 Active/Standby Ports

    • Can add optional OSN Server platform for Embedded, open Network Solution Platform for third-party services.


    • Access Control - White/Black Lists, Denial of Service protection

    • VoIP firewall and deep packet inspection - RTP pinhole management according to SIP offer/answer model. Rogue RTP detection and prevention, SIP message policy

    • Encryption and Authentication - TLS, SRTP, HTTPS, SSH, IPSec, IKE, SNMPv3, Client/Server authentication

    • Privacy - Topology Hiding, User Privacy

    • Traffic Separation - Physical or VLAN Interface Separation (Media/OAM/Control)


    • SIP

    • ITSP and PBX Support

    • Hybrid PSTN mode

    • Transcoding: G.711a/mu, G.723.1, G7.29A/B/E, G.722, AMR-WB

    • NAT- Local and Far-End NAT Traversal for support of remote workers

Voice Quality and SLA

  • Call Admission Control

  • Packet Marketing

  • Intelligent Voice

  • Stand Alone Survivability

  • Impairment Mitigation

  • Voice Enhancement