is an enterprise PBX for 200 subscribers with a full set of Supplementary Services (SS).
The basic configuration of the enterprise IP PBX SMG-200 is designed to connect up to 100 SIP subscribers and can be extended to connect up to 200 subscribers when purchasing the appropriate software1
. 16 RJ-11 ports can be used to connect analog telephones as well as for connection to land lines. LAN ports are designed for connection to carriers' networks using SIP trunks, as well as to connect VoIP gateways (e.g., TAU-24 supporting for 24 FXS ports) to increase the number of FXS/FXO ports. Call recordings and CDR files are stored on the SD card or USB drive. It is also possible to automatically upload files to an FTP server.
Networking of separated offices
The SMG-200 allows clients to organize an enterprise telephone network between remote offices of the company with minimal costs. Landline phone numbers in all offices remain the same, as customers will continue calling the known numbers. Employees from different offices can call each other on short numbers absolutely free, thus reducing the cost of intercity and international calls.
The variety of services allows clients to create the most efficient individual call processing scenarios. The SMG-200 supports conference calls, call recording, multiple channels and interactive voice menu.
Strict compliance with modern protocols, recommendations and standards ensures 100% functional compatibility of SMG-200 with equipment from different vendors: digital PBX, IP PBX, Softswitch, VoIP gateways, SIP phones, SIP software clients, etc.
Smart IP network protection
The IP PBX SMG-200 has intelligent protection against unauthorized external connections of SIP subscribers (dynamic firewall, static firewall, white/black lists, etc.) and connections via http/https/telnet/ssh.
High quality voice processing
The high quality of voice processing is provided by the up-to-date hardware platform, support for main audio codecs used in VoIP networks (G.711, G.726, G.729), echo cancellation, silence detector, comfort noise generator, receiving and generating DTMF signals, as well as traffic prioritization mechanisms (QoS).