VoIP PSTN Gateway

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== Configuration in Yate ==
== Configuration in Yate ==

Revision as of 12:25, 15 May 2013

Yate has the functionality of a VoIP - PSTN gateway.

It's main task is to provide signaling interworking and to transform the information it receives on one side in information compatible with the other side.

This article explains the functionality of Yate as SIP-ISDN or SIP-SS7 gateway.

Yate as a VoIP - PSTN Gateway

Yate can connect an existing PBX to alternative VoIP providers providing cost savings for enterprises.

It can also be used by providers to connect their TDM network to IP networks providing cost savings for long distance calls.

For this application, the usage of Sangoma cards is necessary.

Installing Sangoma cards under Linux

You can find a tutorial in this page: Installing Sangoma cards under Linux.

Configuration in Yate

First step install Yate.

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