Essentially, the Quadro FXO gateway is a modular approach to adding additional outside PSTN or traditional telephone service lines to a corporate phone network that utilises an Epygi Quadro IP PBX.
FXO Extension for Quadro IP PBX
Connected via Ethernet to the LAN interface of a Quadro IP PBX, QuadroFXO delivers six addional POTS lines for PSTN calls. Minimal configuration is needed, the Quadro IP PBX will automatically use the new POTS ports and present them within its management system as additional FXO lines. These lines may be co-located with the IP PBX or located remotely as an "extension cord" to another office in another city or even another country.
Mini Point of Presence (POP)
The QuadroFXO can be used as a low cost, mini Point of Presence (POP). In this configuration you remove the IP PBX altogether by assigning VoIP network DID numbers from an ITSP directly to the QuadroFXO lines. Think of it as a smaller scale alternative to the QuadroE1/T1 gateway. It truly is the lowest cost for creating a local presence anywhere on the globe.
|•||6x FXO Analogue Ports|
|•||Built-in NAT Router for direct connection to the internet|
|•||Easy add on to Quadro IP PBX|
|•||Supports detailed customised dialling plans both VoIP and PSTN|
|•||Comprehensive caller statistics, call forwarding, Auto-Attendant|
|•||6x FXO ports to the Central Office (RJ11)|
|•||1x LAN Ethernet 10/100 BASE-T port (RJ-45)|
|•||1x WAN Ethernet 10 BASE-T (RJ45)|
|•||6 simultaneous IP-PSTN calls|
|•||Radius Client (RFCS: 2865, 2866)|
|•||Desktop devices, wall-mountable|
|•||Measurements: 19 x 16 x 4.5 cm|
|•||Weight: 360 g|
|•||Operating: 5°C - 40°C|
|•||Storage: 5°C - 60°C|
|•||Humidity: 5% - 90% non-condensing|