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OpenCom 1000
Corporate Networks
Communication in corporate networks
System networking between different locations using the
functionality of a private network. Solutions with the
OpenCom 1000 communication server.
The optimum connection between all your communication locations,
creating a company-wide private network with a uniform numbering
plan, cross-location features, centralised operator management,
centralised Voice Mail, centralised call data management and
automatic call distribution and traffic routing.
Locations networked via LAN, ISDN or DSL using the IP protocol helps
to save connection costs. For instance with the IP protocol it is possible
to transmit up to 200% more calls via an ISDN line (depending on the
voice compression selected, i.e. voice quality). If data connections are
already in place between the locations, they can also be used for voice
transmission.
Situation as
at: 05/2009 ∙
Subject to change
General networking variants
» VPN
(virtual networking) using ISDN
dial-up connections (S0/S2M)
- Simple infrastructure
- No additional hardware costs
- For small and medium-sized branches
with a low call volume
» ISDN tie lines
(S0FV/ S2MFV)
- with Q.SIG standard protocol
- with DPNSS protocol
(using ext. protocol converter)
- Compatibility with third-party systems
- Low additional hardware costs
- For branches / locations with a large
call volume
» IP connections
via LAN, ISDN, DSL
(internet)
- with Q.SIG-IP protocol
- with SIP protocol (SIP tie line)
- Utilisation of line capacities for both
voice and data
- Fax transmission (using G.711) also
possible
Networking variants
OpenCom 1000 with OpenCom 1000
- ISDN tie line (QSIG)
- ISDN dial-up connections (VPN)
- ISDN-IP connections
(QSIG-IP and ext. router)
- Internet/ DSL connections
(QSIG-IP and ext. router)
- Additional features using CInet
Networking variants
OpenCom 1000 with
OpenCom 100/ X320/ Aastra 800
- ISDN tie line (QSIG)
- ISDN dial-up connections (VPN)
- ISDN-IP connections
(QSIG-IP and ext. router)
- Internet/ DSL connections
(QSIG-IP and ext. router)
Technical data, spec. IP
» Prioritisation of voice data
» Supports Quality of Service QoS
through Type of Service TOS
» Flexible resource allocation between
voice and data
» Adjustable bandwidth
» Monitoring of the network quality
» Adjustable compression procedures
G711, G.726, G729
» Fax transmission G2 / G3
(with Codec G.711)
Identifier Order No.
» QSIG/ QSIG-IP licence 4511 186
» VPN licence 4511 187
» CInet licence 4511 188
» Fax over IP licence 4512 870
Features
The features supported depend on the
networked systems. Listed here in
each case are the features supported
by OpenCom 1000:
»Private call numbering plan with a
maximum of 8 digits
(4 digits with CInet)
- open numbering
plan
- closed numbering
plan
»Call setup / clear down (BasicCall)
»Caller identification
- Name (CNIP,
CONP)
- Phone number
(CLIP, CLIR)
»Call identification
- Internal, from the
private network
- External (party
category)
»Call transfer with exchange of name
and phone number (CT)
»Call forwarding options (CFU, CFNR,
CFB)
»Callback (CCBS, CCNR)
»DDI transit connection
»Forwarding of call charge information
(AOC)
»Route optimisation and prioritisation
using ARS (Alternate Route Selection)
and LCR (Least Cost Routing)
Additional features using CInet
»Centralised exchange (OpenDesk)
»Centralised message administration
»Centralised Voice Mail
»Centralised call charging and
evaluation
»Centralised activation of call
forwarding options
»DECT roaming across all locations
(users reachable in all the locations
under the same phone number)
»Paging on system terminals across
all locations, incl. DECT
Aastra Technologies Limited
155 Snow Blvd.
Concord, Ontario
Canada L4K 4N9
www.aastra.com