Overview of Dlink Asterisk-based IPPBX System - DVX-3000:
The DVX-3000 is a stand-alone telephony solution featuring D-Link’s EASY VOIZ Distribution & supporting various combinations of telephony ports. EAZY VOIZ provides up to 16 E1 R2 / T1 CAS PRI channels, up to 16 PSTN/analog phones ports, up to 8 BRI ISDN channels, and up to 30 concurrent SIP calls.
Internet IP telephony, also called Voice over IP (VoIP), is defined as the transport of telephone calls over the Internet as standard Internet data packets. Internet telephone calls can originate from traditional phone handsets via phone line-to-Internet (Analog Trunk) gateways, by PCs using software, or embedded devices (IP Phones). Most of the interest in Internet telephony is motivated by cost savings and ease of developing and integrating new services. Internet telephony integrates a variety of services provided by the current Internet and the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) infrastructure.
The DVX-3000 offers all of the essential telephony features required for medium businesses. Features such as call forwarding, call hold, follow me, and voice mail. Incoming calls are directed by the integrated auto-attendant and hunt groups to assist callers to their destinations. It can utilize standard phone lines via an external phone line gateway or cost-effective Internet telephony services.
- Asterisk based IPPBX
- up to 100 user support
- (30 concurrent calls) build-in 6 FXO ports + 2 FXS ports
- 1 expansion slot for Analog / 1/2 PRI interface