The testing was set out to ensure interoperability between D-Link VoIP Gateways and MERA VoIP Transit Softswitch II (MVTS II) concerning registration, DTMF transmission according to RFC2833/INFO, T.38 real time fax and other functions.
MVTS II is a carrier-grade softswitch with integrated prepaid billing and unmatched routing flexibility, and delivers a wealth of new opportunities for VoIP carriers and service providers including native support of SIP, H.323 and their variants, advanced transcoding capabilities, and sophisticated operation analysis and reporting tools, said the company.
D-Link VoIP Gateways convert voice traffic into data packets for transmission over the Internet and are fully compatible with SIP Internet phone services. While running the optional server software, the gateways can be configured to establish a private VoIP network over the Internet without a third-party SIP Proxy Server.
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