V12 Gateway Firmware Technical Data EN

From innovaphone-wiki

Jump to: navigation, search

All information, technical specifications and delivery times mentioned in this document may be subject to change. Errors and omissions excepted. Copyright © 2000-2019 innovaphone® AG

Contents

Technical Data

innovaphone Gateway Firmware Version 12

General features valid for innovaphone gateways operated with firmware V12

VoIP protocols

H.323 Version 5, including proprietary extensions

H.323 over UDP, TCP, TLS

SIP Version 2, conform RFC 3261

SIP over UDP, TCP, TLS

RTP, SRTP (SDES, DTLS), RTCP, ICE

T.38 Fax (supported rates 9.6k and 14.4k) incl. fallback to G.711

ISDN protocols

valid for gateways including S0/S2M interfaces

Euro ISDN D-channel protocol (E-DSS1)

QSIG D-channel protocols: ECMA1, ECMA2

US D-channel protocols: USA-National-ISDN-1, USA-5ESS, USA-DMS100

Connection modes: Point-to-Point (PtP), Point-to-Multipoint (PtMP)

S0: up to 2 speech channels per interface

S20 E1/T1: up to 30/23 ISDN-speech channels per interface

Operation mode TE/NT adjustable per interface

Linux Application Platform

applicable for gateway models xx10 and xx11 (except of 1130) or as virtual solution

for additional Unified Communications applications such as faxserver, reporting and Microsoft(R) Exchange calendar connectivity

Requirements for operation in a virtual machine:

  • VMWare Player/VMWare Workstation
  • 1vCPU (at least 800 MHz - depending on the operation/load of other tasks)
  • 512 MB RAM
  • 8GB Disk (operation in IPxx10 requires a qualified CF-card, resp. in IPxx11/11xx a SSD)

Network

PPPoE, manual or automatic connection after boot

PPTP Tunneling up to 32 tunnels simultaneously, encoding via MPPE

NAT, H.323-NAT, STUN, TURN over UDP/TCP

RSTP, EAP-TLS/EAP-MD5 acc. to IEEE 802.1X

VLAN-ID acc. to IEEE 802.1Q

DHCP support

LLDP support for VLAN configuration

NTP support

Reverse Proxy, various SBC-functionalities (IPxx11/11xx recommended)

Administration

Password protected administration via web-browser, Kerberos server

Log and trace files, Display of interface and connection status, Ping – connection test for Internet Protocol, Sending SNMP V1 Traps

Save and reload config files, Boot code and firmware update via HTML upload, Automatic update via update server

Personal tools