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The Mediatrix® 4104 is a high-quality
and cost efficient VoIP gateway
connecting small offices to an IP
network, while preserving investment
in analog telephones and faxes.
It allows Service Providers to deploy
rapidly and economically their
solutions in SOHOs and it is the ideal
solution for small branch office
connection to larger private networks.
Key Benefits
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Voice Functionalities
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Carrier-grade voice quality
Fax over IP support, including T.38
PSTN bypass (emergency calls)
Up to 4 simultaneous calls
Battery Reversal for pay phones
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IPv6 Addressing Support
Available for units running the Dgw v2.0 firmware.
Most network-related features of the Mediatrix unit receiving and
sending packets on the Internet protocol can be used on both IPv4
and IPv6. See IPv4 vs. IPv6 Addressing Support for more details.
Mediatrix 4104 Overview
The Mediatrix 4104 connects up to 4 analog phones and/or faxes to a
broadband modem.
Ease of configuration and
management
The Mediatrix 4104 enables cost-effective VoIP deployments in small
offices for both IP Centrex and private network applications.
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Automatic firmware and configuration
file download
SNMP and web management
TFTP or HTTP auto-provisioning
TR-069 for massive deployments
(optional feature available at
purchase time)
The Mediatrix 4104 has the additional benefit of supporting high
compression codecs simultaneously on each analog voice ports, thus
saving valuable bandwidth.
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Security
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Support for SNMPv3
Encrypted configuration files support
HTTP Digest authentication
Secured SIP signaling and media
transmission
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Network functionalities
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QoS features support
DHCP client
STUN Client
2 Ethernet ports
The Mediatrix 4104 offers security features such as TLS, SRTP,
certificates management, and HTTPS designed to bring enhanced security
for the network management, SIP signalling and media transmission
aspects.
As all other Mediatrix devices, the 4104 provides a web interface, giving
users a convenient access to the unit for initial set-up. The devices can
also auto-provision by fetching their encrypted configuration from a TFTP
or HTTP server, making installation secure and transparent to the endusers. To further facilitate deployments, factory-loaded configurations are
possible.
In addition, an intelligent PSTN bypass allows Mediatrix 4104 users to
make emergency calls and maintain their phone service in the event of a
power outage or network failure.
The Mediatrix 4104 also provides a second Ethernet port to connect a
personal computer for Internet applications access. The Mediatrix 4104
also supports VLAN Tagging Substitution providing different VLAN
Tagging for DATA & VOICE traffic compliant with Quality of Service
requirements in public networks.
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Functional Description
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Enhanced Security
HTTPS, for the exchange of Configuration File and
web pages.
SRTP with MIKEY or SDES.
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Supported Cypher
o AES – 128 bits
MIKEY key management protocol (RFC 3830 and
4567).
SDES key management protocol (RFC 4568).
X.509 Certificate management.
TLS transport method.
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Supported Key Exchange Mechanism:
o RSA
o Diffie-Hellman
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Supported Cyphers (minimum):
o AES (128 and 256 bits)
o 3DES (168 bits)
User Access Levels for units Management
Observer, User and Admin user access rights, with
the inclusion of flexible policies on the user
password configuration.
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FXS Ports
The Mediatrix 4104 is equipped with Central Office
quality SLICs (Subscriber Line Interface Circuit)
supporting all the BORSCHT (Battery feed, Overvoltage
protection, Ringing, Signaling, Coding, Hybrid, Testing)
functions and thus meeting most worldwide telephony
standards. Station line length can reach up to 450 m of
internal cabling in the 2-wire “loop start” signaling
arrangement.
The FXS ports support On-Hook audio transmission,
thus providing many advanced CLASS features such as
message waiting indication, Caller-ID FSK transmission
and such.
The sinusoidal ringing signal frequency can be modified
by software. Typical values range from 20 to 50 Hertz,
20 Hertz being the default frequency. Each extension
provides its own ring generator and is capable of
supplying up to 4 RENs (Ringer Equivalence Number).
Default settings for the FXS ports are such that
BellCore/North American standards are met. On
request, port settings may be modified to comply with
other known international standards. Softwareconfigurable port setting for international requirements is
available.
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Fax Interface
The Mediatrix 4104 can handle G3 fax transmissions at
speeds up to 14.4 kbps. Automatic fax mode detection
is also available on all extensions, as well as Real-Time
Fax-Over IP with T.38 protocol stack. Data handling and
synchronization formerly T.4 and T.30 protocols, are
processed by the embedded DSP and CPU.
Quality of T.38 fax transmissions is dependent upon the
system configuration, type of call control system used,
type of Mediatrix units deployed, as well as the model of
fax machines used. Should some of these conditions be
unsatisfactory, performance of T.38 fax transmissions
may vary and be reduced below expectations.
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Analog Modem Interface
The Mediatrix 4104 can be used with analog modems.
When configured correctly, modems with high rate
capabilities (for instance, V.90) will automatically fall
back within the transmission range supported.
Quality of modem transmissions is dependent upon the
system configuration, quality of the analog lines, as well
as the number of analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog
conversions. Modem performance may therefore be
reduced below the optimum values stated above.
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Bypass Connection
The Mediatrix 4104 has an RJ-11 connector used to
connect to a standard PSTN line. During normal
operation, this line is switched out of the circuit through
commuting relay. When power is removed from the
Mediatrix 4104, or if the IP network is down, the relay
setting is restored to a connected state and the PSTN
line can be used as an emergency Bypass line.
Consequently, a phone/fax used on the first extension
will be directly connected to this PSTN Bypass line. The
Bypass line can also be triggered with a software control
signal. When the error conditions have been cleared or
the power is restored, Extension one stays in Bypass
Back view of the Mediatrix 4104
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connection until the device connected to it is On-Hook.
This safety feature ensures that an emergency call does
not get disconnected from the PSTN.
The unit is powered by an external off-line power supply
connected to the AC main with a standard IEC-320
power cord.
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SIP Specific Features
IPv4 vs. IPv6 Addressing Support
IPv6 is available for units running the Dgw v2.0
firmware.
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OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol)
revocation status verification for TLS links
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ANAT grouping in the SDP.
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Media stream may now be on a different network
than SIP signalling.
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Call router automatic routes may now have multiple
SIP gateways for sources and destinations.
The Mediatrix 4104 supports the SIP signalling protocol
as an endpoint entity. It can communicate directly with
other endpoints (direct IP call) or register to a SIP call
agent should the user request to.
MGCP/NCS Specific Features
The Mediatrix 4104 uses a Call Agent to provide specific
services.
The following table lists all the network related features
of the Mediatrix unit with their availability in IPv4 and
IPv6:
Additional Features
Feature
IPv4
IPv6
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Backup/Restore transfer
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Command Line Interface (CLI)
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Configuration file transfer
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Embedded DHCP server
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Firmware transfer
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IP Routing
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IP Sync
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Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
QoS settings
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Local Firewall (LFW)
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Network Address Translation (NAT)
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Network Configuration (IP addresses,
DNS and SNTP servers)
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Network Firewall (NFW)
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Online Certificate Status Protocol
(OCSP)
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Remote Authentication Dial In User
Service (Radius )
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SIP signaling and media transport
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Simple Network Management Protocol
(SNMP)
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TR-69
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WEB configuration
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The Mediatrix 4104 provides all the familiar tones
commonly heard on a standard telephone network. For
example, a dial tone is heard as soon as the handset is
lifted. Call progress tones such as ringback and busy
are also supported.
The Mediatrix 4104 can be configured to accept almost
any type of telephone number. For instance, it would be
quite simple to configure a network of Mediatrix units to
act as a module of a PBX, having its users dial three
numbers to reach an extension. It is also very easy to
configure the Mediatrix 4104 to behave like the PSTN,
for example users can dial “1” and ten numbers when
placing a long distance call in North America.
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Housing & Power
The Mediatrix 4104 is designed to be a desktop
installation and can be wall-mounted as well.
Remote Configuration / Easy Management
The Mediatrix 4104 can be integrated seamlessly within
an existing administrative environment. SNMP support
allows device-related adjustment parameters to be
modified and polled remotely. Implementation of a web
interface (in SIP v5.0 only) provides user-friendly access
to common parameters. Firmware upgrade (CPU and
DSP code) and configuration files are downloaded via a
TFTP or HTTP server. Auto-provisioning of Mediatrix
units is performed with added security through
configuration file encryption and HTTP digest
authentication.
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Fully Configurable “PSTN-Like” Experience
Industry Standard Protocols
The Mediatrix 4104 has been designed to support all
major industry standards used today, as well as those
that will eventually be implemented at a later date.
Because of this specific design characteristic, the
Mediatrix® 4104 can be integrated with existing
telephone, fax and LAN/WAN equipment such as
bridges, routers and switches.
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Supported Standards
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The following standards are supported:
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Vocoders
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G.711 (a-law, -law)
G.723.1a
G.726 (40, 32, 24, 16 kbit/s)
G.729ab
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IP Telephony Protocols
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SIP
 RFC 3261
MGCP
 RFC 3435
PacketCableTM network-based call signaling (NCS)
protocol, PKT-SP-EC-MGCP-I01-990312
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RTP/RTCP
 RFC 1889
 RFC 1890
 RFC 2833
 RFC 3389
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Real-Time Transport Protocols
Network Management Protocols
SNMPv3
HTTP 1.0
 RFC 1945
Basic and digest HTTP authentication
 RFC 2617
DHCP
 RFC 2131
 RFC 2132
TFTP
 RFC 1350
 RFC 2347
 RFC 2348
 RFC 2349
Syslog
TR-069 for massive deployments (optional feature
available at purchase time)
Remote Services activation to purchase service
licenses for deployed units, permitting to enable
TR-069 feature in the field
TR-104 to permit large provisioning systems to
communicate with CPE on private networks
Subscribes services for IMS: Transfer methods and
real time media provisioning
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Voice Signalling
On Hold Session Description Protocol (SDP)
Compliant with MMTEL requirements for 3GPP
specification 24.615 for Call Waiting requests
Select Channel Range for Inbound and Outbound
calls
QoS
ToS
DiffServ
802.1p
802.1Q
STUN
 RFC 3489
General Specifications
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Display
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Power LED
Ethernet activity LEDs
Activity/In-Use LED indication on FXS ports
Ready LED
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Connectors
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4 x RJ-11 connectors, analog phone/fax (FXS)
interface
1 x RJ-11 connector, PSTN bypass
2 x RJ-45 connector, 10/100 BaseT Ethernet
access (autosense: up to 100 Mbps)
Power
External off-line power supply connected to the AC
main with a standard IEC-320 power cord
Seamless switch over period if the client UPS
detects a power loss and activates within 8 ms.
Casing / Mechanical
Casing: Desktop (Plastic ABS UL94 V0).
Installation: The Mediatrix 4104 is designed for the
desktop or can be wall-mountable.
Product Architecture Details
Supports up to four concurrent communications
DSP-based DTMF detection, generation and
synthesis
DSP-based echo cancellation (G.168)
DSP-based fax/data relay
Embedded operating system with 32-bit real-time
multitasking Kernel
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Embedded IPv4 TCP/IP stack with configurable
QoS implemented by:
a) ToS byte at Network layer 3
b) 802.1p at Data Link layer 2
Network parameters assigned via DHCP
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Real Time Fax Router Technical
Specifications
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Automatic selection between voice and fax
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Protocols
Group 3 Fax
Clear channel (G.711),
G.726 or T.38 Real Time
Fax Over IP protocol
Stack
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Fax Data
Compression
MH
Fax
Transmission
Protocols
Up to 14.4 kbps
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Analog Line Interface (FXS)
Four RJ-11 connectors
DC feeding of the access line protected for over
voltage
Direct connection to a fax machine or telephone
(Internal installation and internal cabling)
Loop current detection and hook flash detection
capable
Generation of Selective Ring
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Miscellaneous Audio Specifications
Software input and output level adjustable within
the range -30 dB to +20 dB.
Software-adjustable dynamic and static jitter buffer
protection.
Programmable by country: Call progress tone
generation including dial tone, busy tone, ringback
and error tones.
DSP-based echo control device.
Silence detection/suppression level software
adjustable.
DTMF Tone Detection
16 Digit
DTMF
Decoding
0 to 9, *, #, A, B, C, D
Permitted
Amplitude
Tilt
High frequency can be +4 dB
to -8 dB relative to low
frequency
Dynamic
Range
-25 dBm to 0 dBm per tone
Frequency
Accept
± 1.5% of nominal
frequencies
Minimum
Tone
Duration
40 ms, can be increased with
software configuration
Interdigit
Timing
Detects like digits with a 40
ms interdigit delay
Trunk Type
Loop Start: capable of Wink
and Immediate signalization
Ring Source
45 VRMS max @ 20 up to 50
Hz (selectable) sine signal
Per Frequency
Nominal
-8 dBm to -5 dBm
Nominal
Impedance
BellCore compliant 600/900
ohms default setting.
Impedance Software
Configurable.
Frequency
Deviation
Within 1.5% of nominal
values
Ring Drive
Capacity
Up to 4 ringer equivalents (4
RENs) per extension
Loop Current
Range
15 to 32 mA factory set.
Default 20 mA regulated
Ring Trip
Detection
Time
2 ring cycles max
On-Hook
Voltage
-48 VDC
Freq.
Response
200 Hz to 3400 Hz ± 2 dB
(Tx/Rx)
Return Loss
500-3200 Hz: 30 dB
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DTMF Tone Generation
Call Routing
Local switching
Interface hunt groups
Routing Criteria
o Interface
o Calling/called party number
o Time of day, day of week, date
Number manipulation functions
o Replace numbers
o Add/remove digits
o Multiple remote gateways
o PLAR
Call properties manipulations
SIP header manipulations
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SIP Fallback on remote destinations - Redirect SIP
calls to remote SIP Endpoints using the Call Router
with SIP Redirect 302 Moved Temp messages.
Support of filed Remote Party ID.
o Call Router enhancement to support
Privacy Header Remote-Party-ID.
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MTBF
Model
MTBF
Temperature
4104
423 070
25oC
4104
239 364
45oC
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Power Consumption
22 cm (8.7 in.) approx.
Depth
17 cm (6.9 in.) approx.
Weight
545 g (1.2 lb)
Standards Compliance
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Agency Approvals
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UL
CE Marking
FCC
Anatel
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Safety Standards
Voltage/Fr
eq.
Current
(mA)
Power (W)
120Vac /60
Hz
130
8.5
16
240Vac/50
Hz
115
10
28
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UL60950-1 1st Edition (2006)
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1-03 1st Edition (2006)
IEC 60950 1st Edition (2001), with all national
deviations
Anatel Resolution 442
12 Vdc (All
ports off
hook)
580
7
7
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Emissions
12 Vdc (All
ports
ringing into
4REN)
1000
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12
VA
Width
12
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FCC Part 15 (1998) Class B
EN55022 (2006) with amendments A1 (2007)
Class B
EN61000-3-2 (1995) Harmonic Current Emissions
EN61000-3-3 (1995) Voltage Fluctuations and
Flicker
Anatel Resolution 512:2008
Immunity
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Thermal Dissipation (W)
Voltage/Freq.
Current (mA)
Dissipation (W)
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120Vac /60 Hz
130
8
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240Vac/50 Hz
115
9.5
12 Vdc (All ports
off hook)
580
6.5
12 Vdc (All ports
ringing into
4REN)
1000
5
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EN55024 (1998) with amendments A1 (2001) and
A2 (2003) including the following:
EN61000-4-2 (1995), ESD
EN61000-4-3 (1996), Radiated RF
EN61000-4-4 (1995), Burst Transients
EN61000-4-5 (1995), Surge
EN61000-4-6 (1996), Conducted RF
EN61000-4-11 (1995), Voltage Dips and
Interruptions
Operating Environment
Operating
Temperature
0°C to 40°C
Humidity
Up to 85 %, noncondensing
Storage
-20°C to +70°C
Dimensions and Weight
Height
4.9 cm (1.9 in.) approx.
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Telecom
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FCC Part 68:Subpart D
Industry Canada CS-03 Issue 9, Part 1
Mediatrix SDK (Software Development
Kit)
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Enables developers and content authors to create
rich, integrated VoIP applications for their specific
requirements
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Available for download free of charge at
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Warranty
All products carry Media5’s standard three-year
hardware and software warranty.
An extended warranty is available.
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