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Sangoma Vega 400 Base Unit (8 Channels) (Discontinued)

The Sangoma Vega 400 Base Unit has been discontinued by the manufacturer and is no longer available. The suggested replacements is the Sangoma Vega 400G. For more information or if you have questions, please call 800.398.8647.

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Product Details
1 Year
MSRP Price:
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Tech Specs
Digital Signaling Type:
T1, E1
# of Digital Ports:
# of Ethernet Ports:
Ethernet Port Speeds:
Protocols Supported:
SIP, H.323
Echo Cancellation:
Provisioning Options:
Mounting Option:
Voice Signaling Methods:
AT&T 5ESS, DMS100, E1 CAS, ETSI/EURO ISDN, ISO QSIG, NI1, QSIG Feature Transparency, T1 CAS, VN4, NI2

Sangoma Vega 400 Base Digital Gateway

The Sangoma Vega 400 digital gateway connects IP networks with digital telephony equipment via T1 or E1 connections. The base model is licensed for 8 voice channels. Increase the number of channels by adding licenses and DSP cards.

Sangoma Vega 400 Overview

All Vega 400 gateways are supplied with four E1/T1 interfaces which are always fully available regardless of the license which has been purchased. The unit is purchased pre–licensed to suit the initial requirements of the customer for the quantity of concurrent VoIP calls desired through to 120 VoIP channels. Future expansion is easily achieved in the field & can be provisioned by means of further licenses and expansion modules.Each E1/T1 interface can be independently configured as network side or terminal side. The Vega 400 gateway can therefore be connected to a PBX & the PSTN simultaneously. This configuration provides:

  • * No disruption to the configuration of existing equipment
  • * Flexibility & choice for call routing
  • The Vega 400 gateway incorporates an additional four RJ45 sockets and fails over to these during outages. This resource can be utilized to achieve hardwired connection from the PBX to the PSTN for instances when the Vega is installed between the two. Or alternatively to failover to a back-up Vega 400 & thereby providing dual redundancy.

    Vega 400 Modular Solution

    When purchasing the Vega 400, you can purchase it with a fractional T1 (16 Channels), a single T1 (30 channels), a Vega dual T1 (60 channels), a Vega 3 T1 (90 channels), or a Vega quad T1 Gateway (120 channels).

    If you are not sure how many channels you will need or if you want to start small and grow as you need it, you can purchase a basic Vega 400 chassis and add on channels as you need them. The base Vega 400 chassis comes with 4 T1/E1 ports, enablement of up to 30 channels, but licensing for 8 channels. To use all 30 channels, you will need to buy 22 of the Vega 400 Channel License (LC0102).

    To expand above 30 channels, you will need to add Channel Licenses for as many channels as you would like, but also a 1x1 DSP Card for the 31-60th channels. To expand to 61 up to 90 channels, you would need 2 of the 1x1 DSP Card and a Channel License for each channel. To max out your Vega 400 at between 91 and 120 channels, purchase a 1x3 DSP Card plus a Channel License for each channel.

    Sangoma Vega 400 Features:



    • SIP
    • H.323 version 4
    • Audio codecs:
      • G.711 (a-law/µ-law) (64 kbps)
      • G.729a (8 kbps)
      • G.723.1 (5.3/6.4 kbps)
      • Clearmode
      • GSM (Optional)
    • FAX Support – up to G3 FAX, using T.38
    • Modem Support – up to V.90, using G.711
    • Up to 120 VoIP channels

    Telephony Interfaces

    Primary Rate ISDN (User configurable NT/TE):

    4 x E1

    • Euro–ISDN
    • ISO QSIG
    • VN4
    • QSIG Feature Transparency (H.323)
    • CAS R2MFC

    4 x T1

    • NI1/NI2
    • AT&T 5ESS
    • DMS100
    • CAS (RBS)
      • E&M wink start
      • Loop start
      • Ground start
    • ISO QSIG
    • QSIG Feature Transparency (H.323)
    • 4 x Bypass relays terminating onto 4 x RJ45 for resiliency

    LAN Interfaces

    • 2 RJ–45s, 10 BaseT/100 BaseTX, full/half duplex



    • Caller ID presentation
    • Caller ID screening allows connections to be accepted only from selected call sources
    • SIP Registration & Digest Authentication
    • H.323 gatekeeper registration

    Operations, Maintenance & Billing

    • HTTP(S) web server
    • RADIUS Accounting & Login
    • Remote firmware upgrade:
      • Auto code upgrade
      • Auto configuration upgrade
    • SNMP V1, V2 & V3
    • TFTP/FTP support
    • VT100 – RS232/Telnet/SSH

    Routing & Numbering

    • Dial Planner – sophisticated call routing capabilities, standalone or gatekeeper/proxy integration
    • Direct Dialing In (DDI)
    • SIP registration to multiple proxies
    • NAT traversal

    Security & Encryption

    • Media – SRTP (optional)
    • SIP – TLS (optional)
    • Management – HTTPS, SSH Telnet
    • Configurable user login passwords
    • Enhanced Network Proxy (ENP) (optional)

    Call Quality

    • Adaptive jitter removal
    • Comfort noise generation
    • Silence suppression
    • 802.1p/Q VLAN tagging
    • Differentiated Services (DiffServ)
    • Type of Service (ToS)
    • QoS statistics reporting
    • Echo cancellation (G.168 up to 128ms)



    EMC (ClassB)
    • EN55022
    • EN55024
    • FCC Part 15
    • AS/NZS3548
    • VCCI
    • EN60950
    • IEC60950
    • UL60950
    • AS/NZS60950
    Telecoms (ISDN)
    • E1: TBR4
    • T1: FCC Part 68
    • T1: CS-03


    • 0° .. 40°C
    • 0% .. 90% humidity (non-condensing)



    • Power
    • ISDN: NT/TE & Link up
    • LAN: Speed, Activity

    Physical Dimensions

    • 437mm (17.2") x 43mm (1.7") x 275mm (10.8") width/height/depth
    • Weight: 6.5kgs
    • Rackmount: brackets supplied 483mm (19") 1U


    • 100..240 VAC, 47..63 Hz, 1..0.5 A
    • -48V DC also available, 1.2A (Max)

    Program Storage

    • Code & configuration data are stored in FLASH & executed from RAM