FXO VoIP Gateway

Traditional telecom operator phone lines or analogue PBXs are connected to IP telephony networks using FXO VoIP Gateway, which offer 4, 8, and 16 FXO ports. Furthermore, automated fallback to PSTN teco lines is provided in the event that the VoIP network fails, ensuring that your business remains operational. An FXO (Foreign Exchange Office) VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) gateway is a device that connects a traditional telephone system (also known as a PBX or Private Branch Exchange) to a VoIP System, allowing users to make and receive phone calls over the Internet. The FXO gateway has FXO ports, which are used to connect the PBX system to the gateway, and VoIP ports, which are used to connect the gateway to the VoIP system. The FXO Gateway acts as an interface between the PBX system and the VoIP system, allowing users to make and receive calls using their traditional analog phones while taking advantage of the cost savings and other benefits of a VoIP system. Some of the features that an FXO VoIP Gateway might offer include:
  • Support for multiple VoIP protocols (such as SIP, H.323, and MGCP)
  • Automatic routing of incoming and outgoing calls
  • Caller ID display and call forwarding
  • Voice mail and message waiting indicator (MWI)
FXO VoIP gateways are widely used in a variety of applications, including call centers, hotels, hospitals, and office buildings. They are known for their reliability and cost-effectiveness and are an effective way to integrate a traditional PBX System with a VoIP system.

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Dinstar DAG2000-16O 16 * FXO Analog VoIP Gateway