Support the SIP and IAX2

Discussion in 'UK VOIP' started by chinamarco, Oct 17, 2006.

  1. chinamarco

    chinamarco

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    MF-6020 IP Phone
    MF-6020 is a kind of voice communication terminal which is based on wide band and independent of PC (personal computer).
    Voice Features
    Support IAX2 and SIP RFC3261 synchronously
    Codec:G.711A/u, G.7231 high/low, G.729
    Echo cancellation: Support G.168, and Hands-free can support 96ms
    Support Voice Gain Setting, Jitter Buffer, VAD, CNG, dual GK, call forward, and Peer to Peer
    NAT transverse:support STUN client, Citron, AVS
    SIP support SIP domain, SIP authentication (none, basic, MD5), DNS name of server, Peer to Peer
    SIP support Pubic & Private server. Can connect to ISP and Private SIP server at the same time
    SIP support dual public server
    DTMF:Support SIP info, DTMF Relay, RFC2833
    SIP application: support Call forward/transfer/holding/waiting
    Call control features: Flexible dial map, support Hotline, Empty calling No. reject service, Black list for reject authenticated call, No disturb, Caller ID.
    Support conference call and voice record
    English, Spanish, Czechoslovak alternative
    Network Features
    WAN/LAN: Support Bridge and Router model
    Support basic NAT and NAPT
    Support PPPoE for xDSL
    Support DHCP Client on WAN
    Support DHCP Server on LAN
    Support DNS Relay, SNTP Client, Firewall
    Network tools in telnet server: Including ping, race route, telnet client
    Maintenance and Management
    Support Boot Monitor
    Can upgrade firmware through boot monitor
    Can config through Web, keypad, Telnet
    Can upgrade firmware and configuration file through HTTP, FTP, TFTP
    Support Syslog
    www.http://www.made-in-china.com/china-products/tGEJQexlWpokproduct1/product-catalog.html
     
    chinamarco, Oct 17, 2006
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