What is Sangoma gateway?

What is Sangoma gateway?

Digital VoIP gateways are small stand-alone appliances which allow you to convert voice media between PRI (Primary Rate Interface) connections or BRI lines (UK) and VoIP connections. Available in 1 to 8 ports of T1/E1/PRI for connecting TDM phone systems to VoIP networks and IP enabled networks to the PSTN. Learn More.

Which are supported applications of the Sangoma gateways?


  • Sangoma Business Phone Systems. Business Voice & Business Voice+ Switchvox.
  • Team Collaboration.
  • Business Voice for Microsoft Teams.
  • Contact Center.
  • Connected Workspace.
  • Packaged Apps. CRM Integration. Curbside Service. Employee Alerts. Urgent Notification.
  • SIPStation.
  • Faxing.

What is a VoIP gateway?

A VoIP gateway is a hardware device that converts telephony traffic into packets of data for transmission over the internet, bridging the analog, cellular, and IP network.

What is a PBX gateway?

Gateways are typically used to connect legacy phone systems (PBXs or ACDs) with VoIP resources, or to connect modern VoIP phone systems with legacy phone lines. Calls from the PBX to the outside world are converted into VoIP calls and sent over the Internet to a VoIP service provider or other VoIP peers.

What is Vega gateway?

Vega VoIP digital gateways are small appliances that seamlessly connect your legacy telephony infrastructure, made up of PRI (T1/E1) or BRI lines, to IP networks. They are also great for businesses that are already VoIP-enabled at the core (with an IP PBX) that need PSTN connectivity and require a SIP-to-TDM converter.

What is VoIP GSM Gateway?

A VoIP GSM Gateway enables direct routing between IP, digital, analog and GSM networks. With these devices (fixed cellular terminals) companies can significantly reduce the money they spend on telephony, gp-especially the money they spend on calls from IP to GSM.

What does FXO and FXS mean?

Foreign eXchange Subscriber
Foreign eXchange Subscriber (FXS) and Foreign eXchange Office (FXO) are the names of the two most common interfaces (ports or plugs) found in analog telephony environments. Analog telephony, also known as Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS), is the service the local phone company typically delivers to your home.

What is the difference between FXO and FXS?

FXS (Foreign Exchange Subscriber) is the port that actually delivers the analog line to the subscriber. FXO (Foreign Exchange Office) is the port that receives the analog line. It is the plug on the phone or fax machine or the plug(s) on your analog phone system.