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Quick SIP/RTP WAN Failover
SIP Server Survivability
SIP Registration Rate Pacing
Local Call Routing
BroadSoft Remote Survivability (Extension Dialing)
VoIP WAN Link Prioritization
VoIP Firewall with Dynamic Pinhole Creation
SBC Feature to Support Phones That are Already Behind an Existing Firewall
DHCP with Support for Multiple Pools
Assign DHCP Based on Vendor OUI in MAC Address
Hosted VoIP Solution
The Aspen 365 VoIP is designed with the hosted VoIP service provider in mind. We worked closely with our hosted VoIP partners to develop the key features to enhance VoIP reliability and improve the end user experience.
Normally, SIP phones connect to the SIP server over the Internet using a single Internet link. If that link fails, VoIP phone service will be lost. To many companies, the loss of phone service is unacceptable. To address this issue, the Aspen 360 VoIP will automatically reroute the SIP and RTP traffic from the failed Internet link to the remaining links. Once the failed link comes back up, the voice traffic will be migrated back.
In a healthy VoIP network, SIP phones need to be able to contact the SIP server or session border controller. A failure somewhere in the Internet can cause connectivity issues in a wide area. By having multiple Internet connections, the SIP server may still be reachable from one of the Internet links. The Aspen will detect when access to the SIP server is inaccessible from any Internet link and move the SIP traffic to the link where the SIP server is still accessible.
Voice and Data Convergence
The Aspen 365 VoIP is designed to manage the convergence of voice and data on your network. Voice traffic is extremely sensitive to delays. Mixing voice and data arbitrarily will often result in choppy voice quality. The Aspen can manage the voice and data convergence in several ways:
The Aspen 365 VoIP is Broadsoft certified. It will work with all major SIP server and session border controller manufacturers. The Aspen can be configured to behave as a full SIP transparent proxy. It can also be configured to act as the gateway for the SIP devices. It can even be configured to pass SIP traffic unmodified to a SBC. Unlike most devices, the Aspen can work with SIP phones behind an existing firewall. There is no need to rewire your network to make it VoIP ready.