Refer to the documents listed below for specific details on Dialogic 1000 and 2000 Media Gateway Series.
This application note describes a method to configure the Dialogic 1000 Media Gateway Series or Dialogic 2000 Media Gateway Series and the Asterisk IP-PBX Server software to inter-operate without connecting phone lines into your server running Asterisk. Configuration files that need to be modified are available for download.
|Using a Dialogic Media Gateway Series as a PSTN Gateway with an Asterisk IP-PBX Server||The Dialogic 1000 Media Gateway Series basic theory and operation is explained in this application note. This includes analog versus digital deployments and serial protocol overview. It provides the theory of operations across the serial link, shows how a typical serial link operates with master/slave gateways, provides the configuration of serial protocol parameters, and discusses the protocol configuration pages for the various call party identification (CPID) modes.Dialogic 1000 Media Gateway Series Serial CPID Configuration and Timing|
|A number of private branch exchange/key system unit (PBX/KSU) systems support the sending of call party identification (CPID) information to a destination analog station via in-band dual-tone multifunction (DTMF) digits. PBX/KSU systems refer to these types of analog stations as voice mail interface (VMI) ports. This application note discusses the way in which the Dialogic 1000 Media Gateway Series work with DTMF/CPID digits.||Receiving Analog In-Band CPID with the Dialogic 1000 Media Gateway Series|
This white paper compares the two principal options for implementing fax in a VoIP network today: Fax-Relay (T.38) and Fax Pass-Through (G.711) and concludes that Fax Relay is superior.
|Adding Reliable Fax Capability to VoIP Networks||This technology brief discusses the benefits of deploying Asterisk as a "pure" IP-PBX with a Dialogic Media Gateway for PSTN connectivity.||Dialogic Media Gateways Enable Asterisk as “Pure” IP-PBX Solution for the SMB Market|
|This technology brief discusses the benefits of integrating Asterisk-based IP media servers with an existing PBX infrastructure using a Dialogic Media Gateway.||PBX Integration for Asterisk-Based IP Media Servers Using Dialogic Media Gateways|
This technology brief explains how to use a combination of DMG and FXS Gateways to connect legacy analog devices into a Unified Communications infrastructure and give these devices access to the PSTN.
|Supporting Analog Devices with the Dialogic Media Gateway Series|
This technology brief discusses the technical issues to consider when moving to a FoIP solution, and in particular discusses Dialogic Brooktrout SR140 Fax Software, which is FoIP software based on field-proven Dialogic Brooktrout fax technology, and Dialogic Media Gateways (DMG Gateways), which are important in bridging legacy PSTN/PBX and new IP networks.
|Deploying Fax over IP Solutions using Dialogic Brooktrout SR140 Fax Software and Dialogic Media Gateways|
|This technology brief discusses end user terminal devices in unified communications solutions.||Deploying SIP Phones into Unified Communications Solutions with the Dialogic Media Gateway Series||Although many enterprises are eager to deploy converged voice and data applications and services over IP, they see their legacy PBX systems and upfront costs as roadblocks to the enhanced capabilities that IP would bring. This paper demonstrates that legacy PBX equipment does not have to be replaced for enterprises to begin a phased migration to IP convergence. Dialogic media gateway appliances make the implementation of IP technology in PBX systems possible right now, and with low upfront investment costs.Choosing a Media Gateway Appliance|
|Successful Voice over IP (VoIP) deployments can deliver solutions that provide voice quality that is comparable to traditional circuit-switched telephone networks, but at a lower cost. Builds on the background information provided in Overcoming Barriers to High-Quality Voice over IP Deployments.||Diagnosing Voice Quality Impairments and Designing Solutions for Voice over IP Systems|
|This white paper provides an overview of some of the XML communication technologies that address new customer expectations for a more media-centric, information-rich caller experience, and briefly discusses Dialogic products that leverage XML technology.||Overview of XML Communication Technologies|
|This paper supplies high-level and detail comparisons and a set of scenarios to help you decide whether an appliance gateway, gateway subsystem, or HMP interface boards are the appropriate option for an environment and for a particular set of development resources and deployment needs.||Choosing a Dialogic Product Option for Creating a PSTN-HMP Interface|