Second 10/100/1000 Ethernet port enables improved voice quality and increased throughput by allowing separation of IP voice and data traffic
September 2, 2009 – Misgav, Israel and IT Expo West, Los Angeles, California – Xorcom, a privately-held manufacturer of business telephony interfaces and appliances based on Asterisk open source software, today announced that it has designed a second high speed 1G/sec Ethernet port into its IP-PBX offering. As a result, each IP-PBX can be connected to a different LAN switch, allowing the separation of data and VoIP traffic. Consequently, voice quality is improved and throughput is increased, while the probability of ‘split brain’ is decreased.
Built-in Servers Support IP Phone Provisioning
Both a DHCP server and a TFTP server are built into the Xorcom IP-PBX units, making it possible to use the additional Ethernet interface for SIP phones provisioning via a network which is separate from the company LAN. For TwinStar dual-server redundancy implementations, the independent DRBD synchronization and communication channels are split, with a cross cable between the primary and backup servers, to provide enhanced robustness for this full PBX redundancy solution.
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