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29th October 2002 at 15:30 #22327shannonGuest
Does anyone familiar with Mediatrix Gateways ?
What about Audiocodes MP 100 series ?30th October 2002 at 06:47 #22328GordonGuest
I’ve had lots of experience with the MP100’s and my advice would be that unless you are looking specifically for an MGCP device leave it alone.
The AudioCodes products don’t come with any call manager or gatekeeper products and we’ve had nightmares trying to get them to interoperate with anything else.
As I say, unless you specifically want MGCP, there are better – similarly price H.323 and SIP gateways on the market.
We’ve also used the Mediatrix stuff with some limited results.
Try Welltech (cheap), or Quintum (reliable and interoperable with everything).15th November 2002 at 17:20 #22329MattGuest
I am familiar with Mediatrix Gateways. I was actually trained on them by Mediatrix technicians, at the main Mediatrix office in Sherbrooke QC.6th February 2003 at 16:43 #22330mirceaGuest
This is the only source who speaks about Audiocode integration with something else . I am trying to make an Audiocode IPM260 work with a Dialogic board D/41E, on one way, and to intagrate it into a H.323 stack also. I would really appreciate if anyone of you could help me with some information, or anemail address to put us in contact .
Thanks, Mircea11th January 2004 at 02:24 #22331HamedGuest
Do you actually have a MGCP callmanager for the mp100s?11th January 2004 at 20:59 #22332Jim to ShannonGuest
The Mediatrix gateways will do the trick, but the problem is the come with this SNMP flash programmer that is horrible and complicated to use, Ive stoppeed using them as Ive found other H323 products on the market that are much better and simple to set up.22nd January 2004 at 21:48 #22333www.voiphelp.netGuest
We’ve used the mediatrix gateways in many different types of applications. The H.323 firmware doesn’t use the SNMP browser to program, it a web based gui. The SIP and MGCP Firmware use the SNMP browser to program. Like learning any new hardware there is a learning curve to the programming. Once you have the mib structure somewhat memorized it is a fairly simple process. I think Mediatrix has a strong line, most importantly it interops with Cisco and Quintum quite nicely.
firstname.lastname@example.org January 2004 at 07:56 #22334JimGuest
Voiphelp … try using Qtelnet’s gateways then switch to Mediatrix and you will see what a nightmare it is. Theirs are so easy to set up. I buy all their product now.26th January 2004 at 13:54 #22335lambdanetGuest
what do you want to know about the AudioCodes MPs. I use this Gateways with H.323 and SIP, also the E1 version, Mediant2000 without any problems.
Maybe i have also a contact regarding IPM260 programming questions.26th January 2004 at 15:00 #22336voiphelp.netGuest
Thanks for the info, always interested in learning new products. I’ll check it out.
email@example.com January 2004 at 18:08 #22337woodyGuest
I have the mediatrix’s, 1204’s, in my closet because we were never able to get good service out of them. We asked the vendor and the manufacturer for tech support over and over, and although the vendor tech would try to help; no one could overcome the three difficulties. (1) they do not have CDR’s (2) they do not have voice recognition and (3) they freeze up under stress and you can not do 60% of the volume you can with a Quintum