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    Softswitch is the main element of the platform, which merges th
    functionality of the following VOIP architecture’s elements

    H323 switch

    H323 gatekeepe

    SIP Proxy

    SIP registra

    Each of the described elements can operate simultaneously with th
    others. Moreover, the clients, regardless of the protocol, or the wa
    they transfer connections, can connect between one another. Thi
    option allows connecting the networks, which because of th
    differences in implemented protocols or dialects inside th
    particular protocol, cannot directly transfer connection between on
    another. Implementing Solution4VOIP as a central traffic controlle
    also introduces a number of additional management, supervision an
    network security facilitations

    The main characteristics of the softswitch include

    · Simultaneous and transparent support of SIP and H323 protocol
    (sip?h323 and h323?sip translato

    · Possibility of implementing various types of proxy (e.g. RTP-prox
    or signaling proxy), possibility of choosing proxy for each prefi
    defined in dialing plan

    · Advanced routing and rating syste

    · Full internetworking with most commercially available switches
    softswitches, session border controllers and VOIP gateways

    · VOIP equipment suppor

    · NAT support both for SIP and h323 equipmen

    · Calling to sip devices behind NAT (without the necessity o
    configuring NAT

    · Calling among users registered to softswitch, support for dynamic I

    · Authentication of VOIP equipmen

    o by IP addres

    o by AN

    o by h323i

    o by the pair of login/password (according to the SIP standard

    · Flexible routin

    · Individual, integrated billing syste

    · Managing pre-paid and post-paid account

    · Setting up users in the VSConfig progra

    · Managing users, blocking, setting limit

    · Generating the groups of users and managing lot

    · Creating and managing tariffs, the possibility of attributing
    tariff to an individual use

    · Data stored in the MSSQL or MySQL databas

    · Graphic management interface (presentation of the statistical data
    billing information, managing clients’ accounts, generating PIN
    managing the tariffs, dialing plan and others

    · Graphic interface presenting the current traffic in the real time
    number of the logged in clients, with the division into differen
    types of services, presentation of logs and other

    · Web interface for clients – presentation of the connections history
    possibility of exporting to the file, presentation of the curren
    account status, possibility of making payments online and other

    · Easy to set up architectur

    · Automatic software re-start facilities in case of system failur

    · Scalability for new telecommunication services by enablin
    additional module

    Advantages of managing the system

    · Simplify the management processes and network configuration change
    of VoIP equipmen

    · Unify equipment supporting different protocols (or dialects of on

    · Manage concentration and routing processes of VoIP traffi

    · Centralize authorization and billing tasks of VoIP calls in on

    · Hide the network structure from third parties, if necessar

    · Utilize possibility of implementing value-added services such as
    calling card and DID calling card system, IPPBX, SMS/ANI/PIN/DI
    callback system


    Central point of your VOIP networ

    Main benefits

    Management of authorization rules of VoIP-gateways

    Setting up call routing rules

    Provisioning of compatibility for H323 and SIP- equipment of variou

    Security and load planning of VoIP-traffic by using optiona

    Access to the statistical data (ASR, PDD and others)

    Transparent interface of the billing system

    Network securit

    When using RTP-proxying SoftSwitch provides a single entry point fo
    VoIP traffic.Both for clients and carriers there is only one I
    address available.

    Integration of equipment with support of different protocols

    One of the most important features of RSF1000 is its ability to
    support widely accepted signaling IP-protocols - SIP and H323. The
    system provides transparent converging of one protocol into another,
    thus allowing performing calls from one type of equipment to


    Through launching subsequent modules, it is very convenient for a
    provider to extend the range of services offered. Available modules:

    IVR for calling cards

    Web/SMS/ANI callback (with IVR)

    Reseller’s module

    Online shop



    Supported protocols

    1 H.323 v.2 (H.245 v7, H225 v4) with/without FAST START

    2 SIP (RFC 3261)

    3 proxying of RTP/RTCP streams

    4 Signalling proxy

    5 Support of T38 (SIP, H323)

    6 Transparent conversion of SIP to H323 and vice versa

    Support of the Devices Behind the NAT

    1 SIP-devices

    2 H323-devices


    1 by IP address – SIP and H323

    2 by H323ID – h323 terminals/gateways

    3 by ANI (calling party number) – SIP and H323

    4 by login and password- SIP equipment

    5 by login and password – HearLink pc to phone/web to phone dialer
    (included in the package)

    6 gatekeeper registration based on aliases

    Intelligent routing

    1 based on prefixes (the possibility of defining prefixes
    differentiating individual users)

    2 based on accessibility of the VOIP gateway

    3 based on priorities when choosing a gateway

    4 depending on available voice codecs

    5 depending on prefixes specified in the tariff of an individual

    Phone Numbers Translation

    1 Deletion of the set number of digits from the called party number

    2 Addition of the set number of digits to the called party number

    3 Deletion of the set number of digits from the caller number

    4 Addition of the set number of digits to the caller number

    5 Virtual prefixes (for differentiation of the dialing plans)

    Information for the Billing System

    1 Real-time, built in billing system

    2 Storage in SQL database (MSSQL or MYSQL)

    3 pre-paid and post-paid accounts

    4 Payments history

    5 CDR – examining the logs of the calls carried out from the VSCConfig
    level, possibility of filtering data according to the set parameters,
    possibility of exporting data to the file (html, excel, txt, or csv
    type), presenting the CDR on the WWW pages available for clients

    System Management and Control Features

    1 Graphic User Interface for managing the overall functionality of the

    2 Visual presentation of current connections along with the
    information on their status

    3 The number of statistical data presenting the information on the
    traffic intensity with its various parameters e.g. ASR, PDD.
    Possibility of limiting the number of data presented by using
    available filters e.g. only incoming traffic from the particular
    client, traffic directed to the particular gateway, or prefix etc.

    4 Visual presentation of logged in clients and their current status,
    with the division into types of services e.g. gatekeeper users, SIP
    users, pc2phone, callback.

    Operating Systems

    1 Windows 2000, 2003, XP

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    Contact us if you are interested.

    Thank you,
    VOIP Solution Provider
    Solution for Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP)

    Email: salesATsolution4voipDOTcom
    MSN: SalesATsolution4voipDOTcom, SupportATsolution4voipDOTcom
    Phone: +1 888 8679193
    solution4voip, May 9, 2007
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