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looking 4 RTP to E1/T1 Gateway

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  • #27678 Reply
    ofer
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    I am looking for a gateway that shall map every E1 (or T1) time-slot onto an RTP stream and vice-versa. i.e. E1 -> Gateway -> Ethernet / Ethernet -> Gateway -> E1. I do not want call signaling as this shall be constant open streams. The Gateway should be able to handle 60 concurrent streams (each of 64kbs of course).

    #27679 Reply
    GKM
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    Hi,

    Qty ?
    Budgets ?
    Time Frame ?
    Where you live ?

    GKM

    #27680 Reply
    GKM
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    Hi,

    1. 60 Streams
    Bi Directional ?
    2. 64 kbps
    G.711 compatible ?
    3. Physical Interface
    60 Ch. = 2 X 30(2 E1 Channels)
    48 Ch. = 2 X 24(2 T1 Channels)

    Do you want to have 3 T1 channels and use 12 of the 3rd T1 Channel ?

    On the IP side cn we arrive at a specification ?

    Regards,

    GKM

    gkm@axiomtech.org

    #27681 Reply
    ofer
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    1. 60 streams (future – 80)
    Yes. Bidirectional.
    2. Yes – G.711. Should it matter? since the E1 is going to carry it and so is the RTP, the conversion need not consider the codec.?
    3. Physical interface: a 100baseT, two E1 ports (3 in the future).

    #27682 Reply
    GKM
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    Hi,

    Can you answer other posting ?
    How to go about ?

    GKM
    gkm@axiomtech.org

    #27683 Reply
    GKM
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    Hi,

    1. “Yes – G.711. Should it matter? ”
    If you are looking for a standard /established product based on the market leadership / presence – I am not keen.

    I am keen in developing the boards which go in a 19″ rack or a box.

    If you need few, sat 5 / 10 boards my costs will get covered.

    If I need just a couple of boards, I will put adequate processing power to handle more channels on the available bandwidth to have more life and market potential for my designs.

    Say G.711 to G.729 etc.

    2. I was trying to know more about the need.

    3. Are you a carrier ?

    Regards,

    gkm

    gkm@axiomtech.org

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