Multitech | MULTIVOIP MVP-810ST | Multi-Tech MultiVOIP data sheet

analog models
number of ports:
1, 2, 4, or 8
port interface:
FXS, FXO & E&M support on each port†
FXS interface:
KTS, telephone set, or fax; ground & loop start
FXO interface:
PBX station, CO line; 2-wire, loop start
E&M interface:
PBX E&M trunk; 2- or 4-wire
E&M signal types:
I through V
dialing:
DTMF or pulse; RFC 2833 (DTMF out-of-band)
connectors:
1 RJ-48 (E&M); 1 RJ-11 (programmable FXS or FXO) per port
what’s it do?
MultiVOIP is ideal for multi-location businesses looking to reduce toll
charges between frequently called sites. MultiVOIP is a voice over IP
gateway that integrates seamlessly into your data network and operates
alongside existing PBXs, or other phone equipment to simply extend
voice capabilities to remote locations. It is designed to help you maximize
investments you’ve already made in your data and voice network
infrastructure.
digital models
number of trunks:
1 or 2 (T1/PRI-24 or 48 Channels, E1/PRI-30 or 60 Channels)
2 or 4 (4 or 8 BRI Channels)
signaling:
T1-CAS/Robbed bit signaling Clear Channel, Fractional;
Toll bypass long distance calling
E1-MFC/R2; PRI-National ISDN 2, 4ESS, 5ESS, DMS100,
Austel ISDN, ETSI, France Telcom, HK Telcom, NTT
and KDD Japan, Korean Operator
line code:
The Multi-Tech MultiVOIP provides
toll-free voice and fax communications over the Internet or Intranet.
By integrating voice and fax into
frame format:
T1-ESF or D4 (SF); E1-16 Frame plus CRC
connectors:
1, 2 or 4 RJ-48
interface:
10/100BaseT
format:
Ethernet/Ethernet II or SNAP
1-, 2-port and digital interface:
RS-232C/D; RJ-45 (RJ-45 to DB9 cable included)
4- & 8-port interface:
RS-232C/D; DB25
speed & format:
115.2K bps asynchronous
MVP130 supports FXS and FXO.
dimensions
H.323 V4, SIP, H.450.2-H.450.4, H.450.6 and
1-port model:
and Group 3 fax relay, modem relay, DTMF
out-of-band (RFC 2833)
G.711, G.723, G.726, G.727, G.729 and
proprietary voice compression, silence
suppression, VAD, CNG
charges. The MultiVOIP family is
available in analog and digital
voice quality
models ranging from one to 60
ports. MultiVOIP products connect
to provide real-time, toll-quality
voice connections to any office on
your VOIP network.
Wireless voice extensions
To extend a PBX to a building across the street, utilize a wireless
bridge to connect the two networks. Now, you have voice and data
connectivity without having to lay cables or pay monthly charges for
dedicated lines.
4- & 8-port models:
17.4" w x 1.75" h x 8.5" d; 7.7 lbs
44.2 cm x 4.5 cm x 21.6 cm; 3.5 kg
digital models:
Replace expensive tie lines
certification
A corporation that utilizes tie lines to connect branch office PBXs to the
corporate PBX can now use the company’s IP-based Wide Area Network
to complete the call.
emc: FCC Part 15 Class A, EN55022 EN55024,
EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3
Web browser, Windows, SNMP agent,
safety: CE, UL 60950, EN60950, cUL, TS001
MultiVOIPManager, Syslog, flash upgradeable
telcom: FCC Part 68, CS-03, TBR21
power
ordering information
voltage & frequency: 115v/240v AC, 47-60 Hz
product
description
region
power consumption: 1-port - 4.5w; 2-port - 19w;
mvp130
1-Port FXS/FXO voip Gateway
Global*
mvp210
2-Port voip Gateway
Global*
mvp410
4-Port voip Gateway
Global*
BRI models - 18w
mvp410st 4-channel BRI voip Gateway
world headquarters
modems, key systems, or a PBX
6.2" w x 1.4" h x 9.0" d; 2 lbs
15.8 cm x 3.6 cm x 22.9 cm; 0.92 kg
44.2 cm x 4.5 cm x 22.2 cm; 3.4 kg
4- & 8-port - 46w; T1/E1 models - 27w;
directly to phones, fax machines,
10.8 cm x 2.5 cm x 14.2 cm; .23 kg
17.4" w x 1.75" h x 8.75" d; 7.5 lbs
management
Telecommuters or customers off the IP network can make free long
distance calls by dialing into a local MultiVOIP and placing toll-free calls
to any location on the VOIP network. You can even have a MultiVOIP at
a remote site dial a local phone number for a free person-to-person
long distance call.
2-port models:
cancellation, forward error correction,
dynamic jitter buffer
Off-net calling
MultiVOIP extends the reach of a company’s PBX into remote office/
SOHO locations without installing another PBX. Now, anyone can
place calls to the remote office by simply dialing an extension number.
4.3" w x 1.0" h x 5.6" d; 8 oz
DiffServ, G.165, G.168, adaptive echo
bad frame interpolation, tunable latency,
IP
Off-premise voice extensions
protocols
bandwidth management
inter-office long distance toll
MultiV
command port
H.450.8, RTP, RTCP, SMTP, Q.931, Q.Sig, T.38
can realize substantial savings on
voice/fax over ip gateway
lan port
†
your existing data network, you
T1-AMI or B8ZS; E1-AMI or HDB3;
BRI-Pseudoternary (4-wire ST )
For multi-location businesses, inter-office calling typically represents
25–40% of a company’s total long distance bill. To bypass these charges,
each office installs and configures a MultiVOIP on their network and
connects it to their existing phone equipment to place calls, send faxes,
or make modem connections to the other offices on the VOIP network.
mvp810
8-Port voip Gateway
EURO/ROW
Global*
tel: (763) 785-3500
(800) 328-9717
www.multitech.com
mvp810st 8-channel BRI voip Gateway
mvp2410
24-Port T1/PRI voip Gateway
US/CAN
emea headquarters – uk
mvp3010
30-Port E1/PRI voip Gateway
EURO/ROW
multi-tech systems (emea)
tel: +(44) 118 959 7774
mvp428
4-Port Expansion Card
mvp24-48 24-Port T1/PRI Expansion Card
US/CAN
sales office – france
mvp30-60 30-Port E1/PRI Expansion Card
EURO/ROW
multi-tech systems (emea)
tel: +(33) 01-64 61 09 81
* Specify country when ordering.
EURO/ROW
Global*
MultiVOIP, Multi-Tech & the Multi-Tech logo are trademarks
of Multi-Tech Systems, Inc. All other Trademarks or registered
trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
© 2004 Multi-Tech Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
2/04 86002030
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analog models
number of ports:
1, 2, 4, or 8
port interface:
FXS, FXO & E&M support on each port†
FXS interface:
KTS, telephone set, or fax; ground & loop start
FXO interface:
PBX station, CO line; 2-wire, loop start
E&M interface:
PBX E&M trunk; 2- or 4-wire
E&M signal types:
I through V
dialing:
DTMF or pulse; RFC 2833 (DTMF out-of-band)
connectors:
1 RJ-48 (E&M); 1 RJ-11 (programmable FXS or FXO) per port
what’s it do?
MultiVOIP is ideal for multi-location businesses looking to reduce toll
charges between frequently called sites. MultiVOIP is a voice over IP
gateway that integrates seamlessly into your data network and operates
alongside existing PBXs, or other phone equipment to simply extend
voice capabilities to remote locations. It is designed to help you maximize
investments you’ve already made in your data and voice network
infrastructure.
digital models
number of trunks:
1 or 2 (T1/PRI-24 or 48 Channels, E1/PRI-30 or 60 Channels)
2 or 4 (4 or 8 BRI Channels)
signaling:
T1-CAS/Robbed bit signaling Clear Channel, Fractional;
Toll bypass long distance calling
E1-MFC/R2; PRI-National ISDN 2, 4ESS, 5ESS, DMS100,
Austel ISDN, ETSI, France Telcom, HK Telcom, NTT
and KDD Japan, Korean Operator
line code:
The Multi-Tech MultiVOIP provides
toll-free voice and fax communications over the Internet or Intranet.
By integrating voice and fax into
frame format:
T1-ESF or D4 (SF); E1-16 Frame plus CRC
connectors:
1, 2 or 4 RJ-48
interface:
10/100BaseT
format:
Ethernet/Ethernet II or SNAP
1-, 2-port and digital interface:
RS-232C/D; RJ-45 (RJ-45 to DB9 cable included)
4- & 8-port interface:
RS-232C/D; DB25
speed & format:
115.2K bps asynchronous
MVP130 supports FXS and FXO.
dimensions
H.323 V4, SIP, H.450.2-H.450.4, H.450.6 and
1-port model:
and Group 3 fax relay, modem relay, DTMF
out-of-band (RFC 2833)
G.711, G.723, G.726, G.727, G.729 and
proprietary voice compression, silence
suppression, VAD, CNG
charges. The MultiVOIP family is
available in analog and digital
voice quality
models ranging from one to 60
ports. MultiVOIP products connect
to provide real-time, toll-quality
voice connections to any office on
your VOIP network.
Wireless voice extensions
To extend a PBX to a building across the street, utilize a wireless
bridge to connect the two networks. Now, you have voice and data
connectivity without having to lay cables or pay monthly charges for
dedicated lines.
4- & 8-port models:
17.4" w x 1.75" h x 8.5" d; 7.7 lbs
44.2 cm x 4.5 cm x 21.6 cm; 3.5 kg
digital models:
Replace expensive tie lines
certification
A corporation that utilizes tie lines to connect branch office PBXs to the
corporate PBX can now use the company’s IP-based Wide Area Network
to complete the call.
emc: FCC Part 15 Class A, EN55022 EN55024,
EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3
Web browser, Windows, SNMP agent,
safety: CE, UL 60950, EN60950, cUL, TS001
MultiVOIPManager, Syslog, flash upgradeable
telcom: FCC Part 68, CS-03, TBR21
power
ordering information
voltage & frequency: 115v/240v AC, 47-60 Hz
product
description
region
power consumption: 1-port - 4.5w; 2-port - 19w;
mvp130
1-Port FXS/FXO voip Gateway
Global*
mvp210
2-Port voip Gateway
Global*
mvp410
4-Port voip Gateway
Global*
BRI models - 18w
mvp410st 4-channel BRI voip Gateway
world headquarters
modems, key systems, or a PBX
6.2" w x 1.4" h x 9.0" d; 2 lbs
15.8 cm x 3.6 cm x 22.9 cm; 0.92 kg
44.2 cm x 4.5 cm x 22.2 cm; 3.4 kg
4- & 8-port - 46w; T1/E1 models - 27w;
directly to phones, fax machines,
10.8 cm x 2.5 cm x 14.2 cm; .23 kg
17.4" w x 1.75" h x 8.75" d; 7.5 lbs
management
Telecommuters or customers off the IP network can make free long
distance calls by dialing into a local MultiVOIP and placing toll-free calls
to any location on the VOIP network. You can even have a MultiVOIP at
a remote site dial a local phone number for a free person-to-person
long distance call.
2-port models:
cancellation, forward error correction,
dynamic jitter buffer
Off-net calling
MultiVOIP extends the reach of a company’s PBX into remote office/
SOHO locations without installing another PBX. Now, anyone can
place calls to the remote office by simply dialing an extension number.
4.3" w x 1.0" h x 5.6" d; 8 oz
DiffServ, G.165, G.168, adaptive echo
bad frame interpolation, tunable latency,
IP
Off-premise voice extensions
protocols
bandwidth management
inter-office long distance toll
MultiV
command port
H.450.8, RTP, RTCP, SMTP, Q.931, Q.Sig, T.38
can realize substantial savings on
voice/fax over ip gateway
lan port
†
your existing data network, you
T1-AMI or B8ZS; E1-AMI or HDB3;
BRI-Pseudoternary (4-wire ST )
For multi-location businesses, inter-office calling typically represents
25–40% of a company’s total long distance bill. To bypass these charges,
each office installs and configures a MultiVOIP on their network and
connects it to their existing phone equipment to place calls, send faxes,
or make modem connections to the other offices on the VOIP network.
mvp810
8-Port voip Gateway
EURO/ROW
Global*
tel: (763) 785-3500
(800) 328-9717
www.multitech.com
mvp810st 8-channel BRI voip Gateway
mvp2410
24-Port T1/PRI voip Gateway
US/CAN
emea headquarters – uk
mvp3010
30-Port E1/PRI voip Gateway
EURO/ROW
multi-tech systems (emea)
tel: +(44) 118 959 7774
mvp428
4-Port Expansion Card
mvp24-48 24-Port T1/PRI Expansion Card
US/CAN
sales office – france
mvp30-60 30-Port E1/PRI Expansion Card
EURO/ROW
multi-tech systems (emea)
tel: +(33) 01-64 61 09 81
* Specify country when ordering.
EURO/ROW
Global*
MultiVOIP, Multi-Tech & the Multi-Tech logo are trademarks
of Multi-Tech Systems, Inc. All other Trademarks or registered
trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
© 2004 Multi-Tech Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
2/04 86002030
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PSTN fail-over
why MultiVOIP?
toll-free voice/fax communications
pstn voice quality
connects directly to phones, fax or pbx
turnkey solution
Save thousands of dollars each month
MultiVOIP can save your company substantial amounts in long distance
charges. Even if your company uses one of the most inexpensive calling
plans, a MultiVOIP network can quickly return your investment and begin
paying you back.
locations
MultiVOIP cost
long distance
cost/minute
minutes/
line/day
MultiVOIP
payback
Central Site/
$1799
$0.04
90
125 days
$0.06
60
139 days
$0.08
60
104 days
California
mvp410 (4 lines)
Remote Site/
$999
Chicago
mvp210 (2 lines)
Partner Site/
$999
United Kingdom
mvp210 (2 lines)
MultiVOIP supports the Differentiated Services (DiffServ) Quality of Service
(QoS) protocol which sets priorities for voice and fax traffic and allows
transparent delivery. DiffServ helps move time-sensitive voice traffic across
even low-bandwidth WAN connections, like 56K and ISDN, with the priority
and quality required by voice. Other features such as adaptive echo cancellation, forward error correction, bad frame interpolation, tunable latency and
dynamic jitter buffers, further enhance voice quality.
MultiVOIP is easily managed using a Windows-based software application,
web browser, or SNMP. Multi-Tech also includes its own SNMP management
software called MultiVOIPManager which provides central site configuration,
management and call monitoring for all MultiVOIP gateways on the network.
It utilizes a Windows interface that makes it easy to view events like usage
tracking, live use reporting, call history, and voice quality statistics. In addition, MultiVOIPManager eases administration by automatically e-mailing call
logs based on volume or time.
Supplementary services
MultiVOIP supports H.450 supplementary services to provide for call transfer,
call forwarding, call hold, call waiting, and name identification. It also supports
Q.SIG, an inter-PBX signaling protocol, for networking PBX supplementary
services in a multi- or uni-vendor environment. In addition, MultiVOIP
supports SIP extensions providing call forward, call transfer, call hold and
call waiting capabilities.
The MultiVOIP family now includes models with SPP (single-port protocol),
a non-standard protocol that has been developed by Multi-Tech. This new
feature is ideal for those situations when a firewall is used in conjunction
with MultiVOIP or when the use of dynamic IP address assignment is
necessary. Using SPP allows your voice traffic to pass through your firewall
by opening a single UDP port.
Phone/Fax or PBX extensions
Complete support for multiple telephony interfaces
psqm scores:
The lower the better.
For maximum investment protection, the MultiVOIP two, four and eight-port
models accommodate changing communication needs by providing a
programmable FXS/FXO and an E&M interface for each port. This allows
MultiVOIP to connect directly to a phone, fax machine, key phone system or
PBX. It automatically detects whether the incoming call is a voice or fax call.
The single port MultiVOIP supports FXS and FXO interfaces, while the digital
MultiVOIP connects directly to a PBX or PSTN line via BRI, T1, E1 or PRI.
Avaya and Multi-Tech have partnered together to provide an affordable
small office media gateway solution that delivers the features of Avaya’s
Communication Manager software to small branch offices of large corporations. MultiVOIP also renders local office survivability, in the case of a LAN
or WAN failure, by providing local, reliable PSTN trunking.
Kudos!
An independent product review conducted by
Internet Telephony magazine (March 1999).
Interoperability
MultiVOIP utilizes the H.323 and SIP protocols to provide complete interoperability with other Internet telephony solutions. The inbound IP call
protocol is automatically detected and the voice channel is dynamically
configured to match. The outbound IP call protocol is configured with the
phone number allowing you the flexibility to call H.323 or SIP devices
from the same port. In addition, MultiVOIP also supports T.38 real-time
fax relay for interoperability among other VOIP equipment.
Bandwidth is used only when someone is speaking. The silence suppression/
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You be
the judge.
has not dropped. In addition, MultiVOIP supports voice compression standards
like G.729 (8:1) and G.723 (10:1). These standards help minimize the bandwidth
MultiVOIP provides single stage dialing by utilizing a Uniform Dialing Plan that
is consistent with the E.164 (PSTN) standard numbering plan. This includes
automatic appending and stripping of digits to dialed numbers to ensure that
users will not require additional training to make VOIP calls. In fact, placing
calls with MultiVOIP is like using your existing phone system.
the Internet. Multi-Tech solutions
set the standard for efficient and
information-hungry age. Our prod-
performance and flexibility. With
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60 percent of a call. When using silence suppression, MultiVOIP also offers
maximum compression, your VOIP solution will still provide toll-quality voice.
We create better ways of sharing
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width for data traffic. This is significant, since callers are usually silent for
and requires only 5.3K bps (plus an added 7-8K bps for IP overhead). Even at
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Voice Activity Detection (VAD) feature is an option that frees unused call band-
required for voice. G.723, for instance, is the maximum compression rate
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Bandwidth management
Award-winning voice quality
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Single-port protocol
Avaya™ small office media gateway solution
With MultiVOIP, you avoid the hassle and expense of replacing your existing
routers, WAN connections or phone systems required by other VOIP
solutions. MultiVOIP simply plugs into your Ethernet network. Neither
your phone service or network is placed at risk. Minimum requirements:
With MultiVOIP, you’ll experience
consistent toll-quality voice connections. Using the Perceptual Speech
Quality Measurement (PSQM),
Internet Telephony magazine found
that MultiVOIP delivered exceptional
voice quality. In fact, MultiVOIP
outranked the competition.
Advanced speech technologies
PBX trunk
Easy integration
• Ethernet network
• WAN connection
• IP addresses
Management
PSTN fail-over allows MultiVOIP to automatically route calls over the PSTN
network when the IP network is congested or completely down. This feature
heightens reliability and augments QoS when conditions threaten to undermine voice quality. Utilizing user definable controls, MultiVOIP continually
checks if the LAN/WAN is threatened by packet loss or latency, or to see if
the network is completely down. If it detects a problem, MultiVOIP switches to
“survivability mode” transparently routing all calls over PSTN lines connected
to the MultiVOIP gateway. MultiVOIP continues to monitor the connection and
automatically switches back to the LAN/WAN once the conditions improve.
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PSTN fail-over
why MultiVOIP?
toll-free voice/fax communications
pstn voice quality
connects directly to phones, fax or pbx
turnkey solution
Save thousands of dollars each month
MultiVOIP can save your company substantial amounts in long distance
charges. Even if your company uses one of the most inexpensive calling
plans, a MultiVOIP network can quickly return your investment and begin
paying you back.
locations
MultiVOIP cost
long distance
cost/minute
minutes/
line/day
MultiVOIP
payback
Central Site/
$1799
$0.04
90
125 days
$0.06
60
139 days
$0.08
60
104 days
California
mvp410 (4 lines)
Remote Site/
$999
Chicago
mvp210 (2 lines)
Partner Site/
$999
United Kingdom
mvp210 (2 lines)
MultiVOIP supports the Differentiated Services (DiffServ) Quality of Service
(QoS) protocol which sets priorities for voice and fax traffic and allows
transparent delivery. DiffServ helps move time-sensitive voice traffic across
even low-bandwidth WAN connections, like 56K and ISDN, with the priority
and quality required by voice. Other features such as adaptive echo cancellation, forward error correction, bad frame interpolation, tunable latency and
dynamic jitter buffers, further enhance voice quality.
MultiVOIP is easily managed using a Windows-based software application,
web browser, or SNMP. Multi-Tech also includes its own SNMP management
software called MultiVOIPManager which provides central site configuration,
management and call monitoring for all MultiVOIP gateways on the network.
It utilizes a Windows interface that makes it easy to view events like usage
tracking, live use reporting, call history, and voice quality statistics. In addition, MultiVOIPManager eases administration by automatically e-mailing call
logs based on volume or time.
Supplementary services
MultiVOIP supports H.450 supplementary services to provide for call transfer,
call forwarding, call hold, call waiting, and name identification. It also supports
Q.SIG, an inter-PBX signaling protocol, for networking PBX supplementary
services in a multi- or uni-vendor environment. In addition, MultiVOIP
supports SIP extensions providing call forward, call transfer, call hold and
call waiting capabilities.
The MultiVOIP family now includes models with SPP (single-port protocol),
a non-standard protocol that has been developed by Multi-Tech. This new
feature is ideal for those situations when a firewall is used in conjunction
with MultiVOIP or when the use of dynamic IP address assignment is
necessary. Using SPP allows your voice traffic to pass through your firewall
by opening a single UDP port.
Phone/Fax or PBX extensions
Complete support for multiple telephony interfaces
psqm scores:
The lower the better.
For maximum investment protection, the MultiVOIP two, four and eight-port
models accommodate changing communication needs by providing a
programmable FXS/FXO and an E&M interface for each port. This allows
MultiVOIP to connect directly to a phone, fax machine, key phone system or
PBX. It automatically detects whether the incoming call is a voice or fax call.
The single port MultiVOIP supports FXS and FXO interfaces, while the digital
MultiVOIP connects directly to a PBX or PSTN line via BRI, T1, E1 or PRI.
Avaya and Multi-Tech have partnered together to provide an affordable
small office media gateway solution that delivers the features of Avaya’s
Communication Manager software to small branch offices of large corporations. MultiVOIP also renders local office survivability, in the case of a LAN
or WAN failure, by providing local, reliable PSTN trunking.
Kudos!
An independent product review conducted by
Internet Telephony magazine (March 1999).
Interoperability
MultiVOIP utilizes the H.323 and SIP protocols to provide complete interoperability with other Internet telephony solutions. The inbound IP call
protocol is automatically detected and the voice channel is dynamically
configured to match. The outbound IP call protocol is configured with the
phone number allowing you the flexibility to call H.323 or SIP devices
from the same port. In addition, MultiVOIP also supports T.38 real-time
fax relay for interoperability among other VOIP equipment.
Bandwidth is used only when someone is speaking. The silence suppression/
2003 Member of the Year
You be
the judge.
has not dropped. In addition, MultiVOIP supports voice compression standards
like G.729 (8:1) and G.723 (10:1). These standards help minimize the bandwidth
MultiVOIP provides single stage dialing by utilizing a Uniform Dialing Plan that
is consistent with the E.164 (PSTN) standard numbering plan. This includes
automatic appending and stripping of digits to dialed numbers to ensure that
users will not require additional training to make VOIP calls. In fact, placing
calls with MultiVOIP is like using your existing phone system.
the Internet. Multi-Tech solutions
set the standard for efficient and
information-hungry age. Our prod-
performance and flexibility. With
Government Computer News
Editor’s Choice
Comfort Noise Generation (CNG) at the receiving end so the user knows the line
No user training required
information — remotely and over
ucts are known for their reliability,
Internet World Best of Show
Computer Reseller News
Test Center Recommended
60 percent of a call. When using silence suppression, MultiVOIP also offers
maximum compression, your VOIP solution will still provide toll-quality voice.
We create better ways of sharing
Teleconnect Editor’s Choice
width for data traffic. This is significant, since callers are usually silent for
and requires only 5.3K bps (plus an added 7-8K bps for IP overhead). Even at
Multi-Tech is about making it easier.
effective communication in an
Teleconnect Product of the Year
Voice Activity Detection (VAD) feature is an option that frees unused call band-
required for voice. G.723, for instance, is the maximum compression rate
Success is about communication.
Internet Telephony Best of Show
Bandwidth management
Award-winning voice quality
who’s Multi-Tech?
Single-port protocol
Avaya™ small office media gateway solution
With MultiVOIP, you avoid the hassle and expense of replacing your existing
routers, WAN connections or phone systems required by other VOIP
solutions. MultiVOIP simply plugs into your Ethernet network. Neither
your phone service or network is placed at risk. Minimum requirements:
With MultiVOIP, you’ll experience
consistent toll-quality voice connections. Using the Perceptual Speech
Quality Measurement (PSQM),
Internet Telephony magazine found
that MultiVOIP delivered exceptional
voice quality. In fact, MultiVOIP
outranked the competition.
Advanced speech technologies
PBX trunk
Easy integration
• Ethernet network
• WAN connection
• IP addresses
Management
PSTN fail-over allows MultiVOIP to automatically route calls over the PSTN
network when the IP network is congested or completely down. This feature
heightens reliability and augments QoS when conditions threaten to undermine voice quality. Utilizing user definable controls, MultiVOIP continually
checks if the LAN/WAN is threatened by packet loss or latency, or to see if
the network is completely down. If it detects a problem, MultiVOIP switches to
“survivability mode” transparently routing all calls over PSTN lines connected
to the MultiVOIP gateway. MultiVOIP continues to monitor the connection and
automatically switches back to the LAN/WAN once the conditions improve.
2003 Best of Show
Call our toll-free demo
1-877-tryvoip and hear
Internet access, remote access and
telephony products, Multi-Tech is
for yourself how clear
the connection
can be!
creating a world where technically,
everything’s possible.
PSTN fail-over
why MultiVOIP?
toll-free voice/fax communications
pstn voice quality
connects directly to phones, fax or pbx
turnkey solution
Save thousands of dollars each month
MultiVOIP can save your company substantial amounts in long distance
charges. Even if your company uses one of the most inexpensive calling
plans, a MultiVOIP network can quickly return your investment and begin
paying you back.
locations
MultiVOIP cost
long distance
cost/minute
minutes/
line/day
MultiVOIP
payback
Central Site/
$1799
$0.04
90
125 days
$0.06
60
139 days
$0.08
60
104 days
California
mvp410 (4 lines)
Remote Site/
$999
Chicago
mvp210 (2 lines)
Partner Site/
$999
United Kingdom
mvp210 (2 lines)
MultiVOIP supports the Differentiated Services (DiffServ) Quality of Service
(QoS) protocol which sets priorities for voice and fax traffic and allows
transparent delivery. DiffServ helps move time-sensitive voice traffic across
even low-bandwidth WAN connections, like 56K and ISDN, with the priority
and quality required by voice. Other features such as adaptive echo cancellation, forward error correction, bad frame interpolation, tunable latency and
dynamic jitter buffers, further enhance voice quality.
MultiVOIP is easily managed using a Windows-based software application,
web browser, or SNMP. Multi-Tech also includes its own SNMP management
software called MultiVOIPManager which provides central site configuration,
management and call monitoring for all MultiVOIP gateways on the network.
It utilizes a Windows interface that makes it easy to view events like usage
tracking, live use reporting, call history, and voice quality statistics. In addition, MultiVOIPManager eases administration by automatically e-mailing call
logs based on volume or time.
Supplementary services
MultiVOIP supports H.450 supplementary services to provide for call transfer,
call forwarding, call hold, call waiting, and name identification. It also supports
Q.SIG, an inter-PBX signaling protocol, for networking PBX supplementary
services in a multi- or uni-vendor environment. In addition, MultiVOIP
supports SIP extensions providing call forward, call transfer, call hold and
call waiting capabilities.
The MultiVOIP family now includes models with SPP (single-port protocol),
a non-standard protocol that has been developed by Multi-Tech. This new
feature is ideal for those situations when a firewall is used in conjunction
with MultiVOIP or when the use of dynamic IP address assignment is
necessary. Using SPP allows your voice traffic to pass through your firewall
by opening a single UDP port.
Phone/Fax or PBX extensions
Complete support for multiple telephony interfaces
psqm scores:
The lower the better.
For maximum investment protection, the MultiVOIP two, four and eight-port
models accommodate changing communication needs by providing a
programmable FXS/FXO and an E&M interface for each port. This allows
MultiVOIP to connect directly to a phone, fax machine, key phone system or
PBX. It automatically detects whether the incoming call is a voice or fax call.
The single port MultiVOIP supports FXS and FXO interfaces, while the digital
MultiVOIP connects directly to a PBX or PSTN line via BRI, T1, E1 or PRI.
Avaya and Multi-Tech have partnered together to provide an affordable
small office media gateway solution that delivers the features of Avaya’s
Communication Manager software to small branch offices of large corporations. MultiVOIP also renders local office survivability, in the case of a LAN
or WAN failure, by providing local, reliable PSTN trunking.
Kudos!
An independent product review conducted by
Internet Telephony magazine (March 1999).
Interoperability
MultiVOIP utilizes the H.323 and SIP protocols to provide complete interoperability with other Internet telephony solutions. The inbound IP call
protocol is automatically detected and the voice channel is dynamically
configured to match. The outbound IP call protocol is configured with the
phone number allowing you the flexibility to call H.323 or SIP devices
from the same port. In addition, MultiVOIP also supports T.38 real-time
fax relay for interoperability among other VOIP equipment.
Bandwidth is used only when someone is speaking. The silence suppression/
2003 Member of the Year
You be
the judge.
has not dropped. In addition, MultiVOIP supports voice compression standards
like G.729 (8:1) and G.723 (10:1). These standards help minimize the bandwidth
MultiVOIP provides single stage dialing by utilizing a Uniform Dialing Plan that
is consistent with the E.164 (PSTN) standard numbering plan. This includes
automatic appending and stripping of digits to dialed numbers to ensure that
users will not require additional training to make VOIP calls. In fact, placing
calls with MultiVOIP is like using your existing phone system.
the Internet. Multi-Tech solutions
set the standard for efficient and
information-hungry age. Our prod-
performance and flexibility. With
Government Computer News
Editor’s Choice
Comfort Noise Generation (CNG) at the receiving end so the user knows the line
No user training required
information — remotely and over
ucts are known for their reliability,
Internet World Best of Show
Computer Reseller News
Test Center Recommended
60 percent of a call. When using silence suppression, MultiVOIP also offers
maximum compression, your VOIP solution will still provide toll-quality voice.
We create better ways of sharing
Teleconnect Editor’s Choice
width for data traffic. This is significant, since callers are usually silent for
and requires only 5.3K bps (plus an added 7-8K bps for IP overhead). Even at
Multi-Tech is about making it easier.
effective communication in an
Teleconnect Product of the Year
Voice Activity Detection (VAD) feature is an option that frees unused call band-
required for voice. G.723, for instance, is the maximum compression rate
Success is about communication.
Internet Telephony Best of Show
Bandwidth management
Award-winning voice quality
who’s Multi-Tech?
Single-port protocol
Avaya™ small office media gateway solution
With MultiVOIP, you avoid the hassle and expense of replacing your existing
routers, WAN connections or phone systems required by other VOIP
solutions. MultiVOIP simply plugs into your Ethernet network. Neither
your phone service or network is placed at risk. Minimum requirements:
With MultiVOIP, you’ll experience
consistent toll-quality voice connections. Using the Perceptual Speech
Quality Measurement (PSQM),
Internet Telephony magazine found
that MultiVOIP delivered exceptional
voice quality. In fact, MultiVOIP
outranked the competition.
Advanced speech technologies
PBX trunk
Easy integration
• Ethernet network
• WAN connection
• IP addresses
Management
PSTN fail-over allows MultiVOIP to automatically route calls over the PSTN
network when the IP network is congested or completely down. This feature
heightens reliability and augments QoS when conditions threaten to undermine voice quality. Utilizing user definable controls, MultiVOIP continually
checks if the LAN/WAN is threatened by packet loss or latency, or to see if
the network is completely down. If it detects a problem, MultiVOIP switches to
“survivability mode” transparently routing all calls over PSTN lines connected
to the MultiVOIP gateway. MultiVOIP continues to monitor the connection and
automatically switches back to the LAN/WAN once the conditions improve.
2003 Best of Show
Call our toll-free demo
1-877-tryvoip and hear
Internet access, remote access and
telephony products, Multi-Tech is
for yourself how clear
the connection
can be!
creating a world where technically,
everything’s possible.
PSTN fail-over
why MultiVOIP?
toll-free voice/fax communications
pstn voice quality
connects directly to phones, fax or pbx
turnkey solution
Save thousands of dollars each month
MultiVOIP can save your company substantial amounts in long distance
charges. Even if your company uses one of the most inexpensive calling
plans, a MultiVOIP network can quickly return your investment and begin
paying you back.
locations
MultiVOIP cost
long distance
cost/minute
minutes/
line/day
MultiVOIP
payback
Central Site/
$1799
$0.04
90
125 days
$0.06
60
139 days
$0.08
60
104 days
California
mvp410 (4 lines)
Remote Site/
$999
Chicago
mvp210 (2 lines)
Partner Site/
$999
United Kingdom
mvp210 (2 lines)
MultiVOIP supports the Differentiated Services (DiffServ) Quality of Service
(QoS) protocol which sets priorities for voice and fax traffic and allows
transparent delivery. DiffServ helps move time-sensitive voice traffic across
even low-bandwidth WAN connections, like 56K and ISDN, with the priority
and quality required by voice. Other features such as adaptive echo cancellation, forward error correction, bad frame interpolation, tunable latency and
dynamic jitter buffers, further enhance voice quality.
MultiVOIP is easily managed using a Windows-based software application,
web browser, or SNMP. Multi-Tech also includes its own SNMP management
software called MultiVOIPManager which provides central site configuration,
management and call monitoring for all MultiVOIP gateways on the network.
It utilizes a Windows interface that makes it easy to view events like usage
tracking, live use reporting, call history, and voice quality statistics. In addition, MultiVOIPManager eases administration by automatically e-mailing call
logs based on volume or time.
Supplementary services
MultiVOIP supports H.450 supplementary services to provide for call transfer,
call forwarding, call hold, call waiting, and name identification. It also supports
Q.SIG, an inter-PBX signaling protocol, for networking PBX supplementary
services in a multi- or uni-vendor environment. In addition, MultiVOIP
supports SIP extensions providing call forward, call transfer, call hold and
call waiting capabilities.
The MultiVOIP family now includes models with SPP (single-port protocol),
a non-standard protocol that has been developed by Multi-Tech. This new
feature is ideal for those situations when a firewall is used in conjunction
with MultiVOIP or when the use of dynamic IP address assignment is
necessary. Using SPP allows your voice traffic to pass through your firewall
by opening a single UDP port.
Phone/Fax or PBX extensions
Complete support for multiple telephony interfaces
psqm scores:
The lower the better.
For maximum investment protection, the MultiVOIP two, four and eight-port
models accommodate changing communication needs by providing a
programmable FXS/FXO and an E&M interface for each port. This allows
MultiVOIP to connect directly to a phone, fax machine, key phone system or
PBX. It automatically detects whether the incoming call is a voice or fax call.
The single port MultiVOIP supports FXS and FXO interfaces, while the digital
MultiVOIP connects directly to a PBX or PSTN line via BRI, T1, E1 or PRI.
Avaya and Multi-Tech have partnered together to provide an affordable
small office media gateway solution that delivers the features of Avaya’s
Communication Manager software to small branch offices of large corporations. MultiVOIP also renders local office survivability, in the case of a LAN
or WAN failure, by providing local, reliable PSTN trunking.
Kudos!
An independent product review conducted by
Internet Telephony magazine (March 1999).
Interoperability
MultiVOIP utilizes the H.323 and SIP protocols to provide complete interoperability with other Internet telephony solutions. The inbound IP call
protocol is automatically detected and the voice channel is dynamically
configured to match. The outbound IP call protocol is configured with the
phone number allowing you the flexibility to call H.323 or SIP devices
from the same port. In addition, MultiVOIP also supports T.38 real-time
fax relay for interoperability among other VOIP equipment.
Bandwidth is used only when someone is speaking. The silence suppression/
2003 Member of the Year
You be
the judge.
has not dropped. In addition, MultiVOIP supports voice compression standards
like G.729 (8:1) and G.723 (10:1). These standards help minimize the bandwidth
MultiVOIP provides single stage dialing by utilizing a Uniform Dialing Plan that
is consistent with the E.164 (PSTN) standard numbering plan. This includes
automatic appending and stripping of digits to dialed numbers to ensure that
users will not require additional training to make VOIP calls. In fact, placing
calls with MultiVOIP is like using your existing phone system.
the Internet. Multi-Tech solutions
set the standard for efficient and
information-hungry age. Our prod-
performance and flexibility. With
Government Computer News
Editor’s Choice
Comfort Noise Generation (CNG) at the receiving end so the user knows the line
No user training required
information — remotely and over
ucts are known for their reliability,
Internet World Best of Show
Computer Reseller News
Test Center Recommended
60 percent of a call. When using silence suppression, MultiVOIP also offers
maximum compression, your VOIP solution will still provide toll-quality voice.
We create better ways of sharing
Teleconnect Editor’s Choice
width for data traffic. This is significant, since callers are usually silent for
and requires only 5.3K bps (plus an added 7-8K bps for IP overhead). Even at
Multi-Tech is about making it easier.
effective communication in an
Teleconnect Product of the Year
Voice Activity Detection (VAD) feature is an option that frees unused call band-
required for voice. G.723, for instance, is the maximum compression rate
Success is about communication.
Internet Telephony Best of Show
Bandwidth management
Award-winning voice quality
who’s Multi-Tech?
Single-port protocol
Avaya™ small office media gateway solution
With MultiVOIP, you avoid the hassle and expense of replacing your existing
routers, WAN connections or phone systems required by other VOIP
solutions. MultiVOIP simply plugs into your Ethernet network. Neither
your phone service or network is placed at risk. Minimum requirements:
With MultiVOIP, you’ll experience
consistent toll-quality voice connections. Using the Perceptual Speech
Quality Measurement (PSQM),
Internet Telephony magazine found
that MultiVOIP delivered exceptional
voice quality. In fact, MultiVOIP
outranked the competition.
Advanced speech technologies
PBX trunk
Easy integration
• Ethernet network
• WAN connection
• IP addresses
Management
PSTN fail-over allows MultiVOIP to automatically route calls over the PSTN
network when the IP network is congested or completely down. This feature
heightens reliability and augments QoS when conditions threaten to undermine voice quality. Utilizing user definable controls, MultiVOIP continually
checks if the LAN/WAN is threatened by packet loss or latency, or to see if
the network is completely down. If it detects a problem, MultiVOIP switches to
“survivability mode” transparently routing all calls over PSTN lines connected
to the MultiVOIP gateway. MultiVOIP continues to monitor the connection and
automatically switches back to the LAN/WAN once the conditions improve.
2003 Best of Show
Call our toll-free demo
1-877-tryvoip and hear
Internet access, remote access and
telephony products, Multi-Tech is
for yourself how clear
the connection
can be!
creating a world where technically,
everything’s possible.
analog models
number of ports:
1, 2, 4, or 8
port interface:
FXS, FXO & E&M support on each port†
FXS interface:
KTS, telephone set, or fax; ground & loop start
FXO interface:
PBX station, CO line; 2-wire, loop start
E&M interface:
PBX E&M trunk; 2- or 4-wire
E&M signal types:
I through V
dialing:
DTMF or pulse; RFC 2833 (DTMF out-of-band)
connectors:
1 RJ-48 (E&M); 1 RJ-11 (programmable FXS or FXO) per port
what’s it do?
MultiVOIP is ideal for multi-location businesses looking to reduce toll
charges between frequently called sites. MultiVOIP is a voice over IP
gateway that integrates seamlessly into your data network and operates
alongside existing PBXs, or other phone equipment to simply extend
voice capabilities to remote locations. It is designed to help you maximize
investments you’ve already made in your data and voice network
infrastructure.
digital models
number of trunks:
1 or 2 (T1/PRI-24 or 48 Channels, E1/PRI-30 or 60 Channels)
2 or 4 (4 or 8 BRI Channels)
signaling:
T1-CAS/Robbed bit signaling Clear Channel, Fractional;
Toll bypass long distance calling
E1-MFC/R2; PRI-National ISDN 2, 4ESS, 5ESS, DMS100,
Austel ISDN, ETSI, France Telcom, HK Telcom, NTT
and KDD Japan, Korean Operator
line code:
The Multi-Tech MultiVOIP provides
toll-free voice and fax communications over the Internet or Intranet.
By integrating voice and fax into
frame format:
T1-ESF or D4 (SF); E1-16 Frame plus CRC
connectors:
1, 2 or 4 RJ-48
interface:
10/100BaseT
format:
Ethernet/Ethernet II or SNAP
1-, 2-port and digital interface:
RS-232C/D; RJ-45 (RJ-45 to DB9 cable included)
4- & 8-port interface:
RS-232C/D; DB25
speed & format:
115.2K bps asynchronous
MVP130 supports FXS and FXO.
dimensions
H.323 V4, SIP, H.450.2-H.450.4, H.450.6 and
1-port model:
and Group 3 fax relay, modem relay, DTMF
out-of-band (RFC 2833)
G.711, G.723, G.726, G.727, G.729 and
proprietary voice compression, silence
suppression, VAD, CNG
charges. The MultiVOIP family is
available in analog and digital
voice quality
models ranging from one to 60
ports. MultiVOIP products connect
to provide real-time, toll-quality
voice connections to any office on
your VOIP network.
Wireless voice extensions
To extend a PBX to a building across the street, utilize a wireless
bridge to connect the two networks. Now, you have voice and data
connectivity without having to lay cables or pay monthly charges for
dedicated lines.
4- & 8-port models:
17.4" w x 1.75" h x 8.5" d; 7.7 lbs
44.2 cm x 4.5 cm x 21.6 cm; 3.5 kg
digital models:
Replace expensive tie lines
certification
A corporation that utilizes tie lines to connect branch office PBXs to the
corporate PBX can now use the company’s IP-based Wide Area Network
to complete the call.
emc: FCC Part 15 Class A, EN55022 EN55024,
EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3
Web browser, Windows, SNMP agent,
safety: CE, UL 60950, EN60950, cUL, TS001
MultiVOIPManager, Syslog, flash upgradeable
telcom: FCC Part 68, CS-03, TBR21
power
ordering information
voltage & frequency: 115v/240v AC, 47-60 Hz
product
description
region
power consumption: 1-port - 4.5w; 2-port - 19w;
mvp130
1-Port FXS/FXO voip Gateway
Global*
mvp210
2-Port voip Gateway
Global*
mvp410
4-Port voip Gateway
Global*
BRI models - 18w
mvp410st 4-channel BRI voip Gateway
world headquarters
modems, key systems, or a PBX
6.2" w x 1.4" h x 9.0" d; 2 lbs
15.8 cm x 3.6 cm x 22.9 cm; 0.92 kg
44.2 cm x 4.5 cm x 22.2 cm; 3.4 kg
4- & 8-port - 46w; T1/E1 models - 27w;
directly to phones, fax machines,
10.8 cm x 2.5 cm x 14.2 cm; .23 kg
17.4" w x 1.75" h x 8.75" d; 7.5 lbs
management
Telecommuters or customers off the IP network can make free long
distance calls by dialing into a local MultiVOIP and placing toll-free calls
to any location on the VOIP network. You can even have a MultiVOIP at
a remote site dial a local phone number for a free person-to-person
long distance call.
2-port models:
cancellation, forward error correction,
dynamic jitter buffer
Off-net calling
MultiVOIP extends the reach of a company’s PBX into remote office/
SOHO locations without installing another PBX. Now, anyone can
place calls to the remote office by simply dialing an extension number.
4.3" w x 1.0" h x 5.6" d; 8 oz
DiffServ, G.165, G.168, adaptive echo
bad frame interpolation, tunable latency,
IP
Off-premise voice extensions
protocols
bandwidth management
inter-office long distance toll
MultiV
command port
H.450.8, RTP, RTCP, SMTP, Q.931, Q.Sig, T.38
can realize substantial savings on
voice/fax over ip gateway
lan port
†
your existing data network, you
T1-AMI or B8ZS; E1-AMI or HDB3;
BRI-Pseudoternary (4-wire ST )
For multi-location businesses, inter-office calling typically represents
25–40% of a company’s total long distance bill. To bypass these charges,
each office installs and configures a MultiVOIP on their network and
connects it to their existing phone equipment to place calls, send faxes,
or make modem connections to the other offices on the VOIP network.
mvp810
8-Port voip Gateway
EURO/ROW
Global*
tel: (763) 785-3500
(800) 328-9717
www.multitech.com
mvp810st 8-channel BRI voip Gateway
mvp2410
24-Port T1/PRI voip Gateway
US/CAN
emea headquarters – uk
mvp3010
30-Port E1/PRI voip Gateway
EURO/ROW
multi-tech systems (emea)
tel: +(44) 118 959 7774
mvp428
4-Port Expansion Card
mvp24-48 24-Port T1/PRI Expansion Card
US/CAN
sales office – france
mvp30-60 30-Port E1/PRI Expansion Card
EURO/ROW
multi-tech systems (emea)
tel: +(33) 01-64 61 09 81
* Specify country when ordering.
EURO/ROW
Global*
MultiVOIP, Multi-Tech & the Multi-Tech logo are trademarks
of Multi-Tech Systems, Inc. All other Trademarks or registered
trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
© 2004 Multi-Tech Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
2/04 86002030
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analog models
number of ports:
1, 2, 4, or 8
port interface:
FXS, FXO & E&M support on each port†
FXS interface:
KTS, telephone set, or fax; ground & loop start
FXO interface:
PBX station, CO line; 2-wire, loop start
E&M interface:
PBX E&M trunk; 2- or 4-wire
E&M signal types:
I through V
dialing:
DTMF or pulse; RFC 2833 (DTMF out-of-band)
connectors:
1 RJ-48 (E&M); 1 RJ-11 (programmable FXS or FXO) per port
what’s it do?
MultiVOIP is ideal for multi-location businesses looking to reduce toll
charges between frequently called sites. MultiVOIP is a voice over IP
gateway that integrates seamlessly into your data network and operates
alongside existing PBXs, or other phone equipment to simply extend
voice capabilities to remote locations. It is designed to help you maximize
investments you’ve already made in your data and voice network
infrastructure.
digital models
number of trunks:
1 or 2 (T1/PRI-24 or 48 Channels, E1/PRI-30 or 60 Channels)
2 or 4 (4 or 8 BRI Channels)
signaling:
T1-CAS/Robbed bit signaling Clear Channel, Fractional;
Toll bypass long distance calling
E1-MFC/R2; PRI-National ISDN 2, 4ESS, 5ESS, DMS100,
Austel ISDN, ETSI, France Telcom, HK Telcom, NTT
and KDD Japan, Korean Operator
line code:
The Multi-Tech MultiVOIP provides
toll-free voice and fax communications over the Internet or Intranet.
By integrating voice and fax into
frame format:
T1-ESF or D4 (SF); E1-16 Frame plus CRC
connectors:
1, 2 or 4 RJ-48
interface:
10/100BaseT
format:
Ethernet/Ethernet II or SNAP
1-, 2-port and digital interface:
RS-232C/D; RJ-45 (RJ-45 to DB9 cable included)
4- & 8-port interface:
RS-232C/D; DB25
speed & format:
115.2K bps asynchronous
MVP130 supports FXS and FXO.
dimensions
H.323 V4, SIP, H.450.2-H.450.4, H.450.6 and
1-port model:
and Group 3 fax relay, modem relay, DTMF
out-of-band (RFC 2833)
G.711, G.723, G.726, G.727, G.729 and
proprietary voice compression, silence
suppression, VAD, CNG
charges. The MultiVOIP family is
available in analog and digital
voice quality
models ranging from one to 60
ports. MultiVOIP products connect
to provide real-time, toll-quality
voice connections to any office on
your VOIP network.
Wireless voice extensions
To extend a PBX to a building across the street, utilize a wireless
bridge to connect the two networks. Now, you have voice and data
connectivity without having to lay cables or pay monthly charges for
dedicated lines.
4- & 8-port models:
17.4" w x 1.75" h x 8.5" d; 7.7 lbs
44.2 cm x 4.5 cm x 21.6 cm; 3.5 kg
digital models:
Replace expensive tie lines
certification
A corporation that utilizes tie lines to connect branch office PBXs to the
corporate PBX can now use the company’s IP-based Wide Area Network
to complete the call.
emc: FCC Part 15 Class A, EN55022 EN55024,
EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3
Web browser, Windows, SNMP agent,
safety: CE, UL 60950, EN60950, cUL, TS001
MultiVOIPManager, Syslog, flash upgradeable
telcom: FCC Part 68, CS-03, TBR21
power
ordering information
voltage & frequency: 115v/240v AC, 47-60 Hz
product
description
region
power consumption: 1-port - 4.5w; 2-port - 19w;
mvp130
1-Port FXS/FXO voip Gateway
Global*
mvp210
2-Port voip Gateway
Global*
mvp410
4-Port voip Gateway
Global*
BRI models - 18w
mvp410st 4-channel BRI voip Gateway
world headquarters
modems, key systems, or a PBX
6.2" w x 1.4" h x 9.0" d; 2 lbs
15.8 cm x 3.6 cm x 22.9 cm; 0.92 kg
44.2 cm x 4.5 cm x 22.2 cm; 3.4 kg
4- & 8-port - 46w; T1/E1 models - 27w;
directly to phones, fax machines,
10.8 cm x 2.5 cm x 14.2 cm; .23 kg
17.4" w x 1.75" h x 8.75" d; 7.5 lbs
management
Telecommuters or customers off the IP network can make free long
distance calls by dialing into a local MultiVOIP and placing toll-free calls
to any location on the VOIP network. You can even have a MultiVOIP at
a remote site dial a local phone number for a free person-to-person
long distance call.
2-port models:
cancellation, forward error correction,
dynamic jitter buffer
Off-net calling
MultiVOIP extends the reach of a company’s PBX into remote office/
SOHO locations without installing another PBX. Now, anyone can
place calls to the remote office by simply dialing an extension number.
4.3" w x 1.0" h x 5.6" d; 8 oz
DiffServ, G.165, G.168, adaptive echo
bad frame interpolation, tunable latency,
IP
Off-premise voice extensions
protocols
bandwidth management
inter-office long distance toll
MultiV
command port
H.450.8, RTP, RTCP, SMTP, Q.931, Q.Sig, T.38
can realize substantial savings on
voice/fax over ip gateway
lan port
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your existing data network, you
T1-AMI or B8ZS; E1-AMI or HDB3;
BRI-Pseudoternary (4-wire ST )
For multi-location businesses, inter-office calling typically represents
25–40% of a company’s total long distance bill. To bypass these charges,
each office installs and configures a MultiVOIP on their network and
connects it to their existing phone equipment to place calls, send faxes,
or make modem connections to the other offices on the VOIP network.
mvp810
8-Port voip Gateway
EURO/ROW
Global*
tel: (763) 785-3500
(800) 328-9717
www.multitech.com
mvp810st 8-channel BRI voip Gateway
mvp2410
24-Port T1/PRI voip Gateway
US/CAN
emea headquarters – uk
mvp3010
30-Port E1/PRI voip Gateway
EURO/ROW
multi-tech systems (emea)
tel: +(44) 118 959 7774
mvp428
4-Port Expansion Card
mvp24-48 24-Port T1/PRI Expansion Card
US/CAN
sales office – france
mvp30-60 30-Port E1/PRI Expansion Card
EURO/ROW
multi-tech systems (emea)
tel: +(33) 01-64 61 09 81
* Specify country when ordering.
EURO/ROW
Global*
MultiVOIP, Multi-Tech & the Multi-Tech logo are trademarks
of Multi-Tech Systems, Inc. All other Trademarks or registered
trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
© 2004 Multi-Tech Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
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