The RG 2700 is a survivable media gateway designed to facilitate the connection of branch offices to the central corporate network and the use of network-wide resources by the branch offices. It uses SIP to interface to the Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony system. At this time, it does not support United States trunk interfaces.
The media gateway RG 2700 automatically uses a standby dial-up connection if the IP network fails; it also maintains important station data so that the SIP telephones in the branch offices remain in operation. In a survivability scenario, accounting data is stored locally and made available to Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony applications.
This gateway includes a built-in router, and offers a large number of functions for straightforward integration in an existing LAN infrastructure. It is administered via WBM (Web-based Management), which provides integrated management functions for installation and maintenance. Microsoft Internet Explorer is used for system access.
System Specific Information
The RG 2700 supports the following:
Access to ISP using xDSL lines
The following RG 2700 models are available:
RG 2722Parent topic: PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) Connection
This model has two S0 BRIs (Basic Rate Interfaces) to the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network); it supports up to 20 subscribers.
This model has four S0 BRIs to the PSTN and two analog interfaces for using analog telephones, fax machines, or modems. It supports up to 30 subscribers.
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