The MX60 Access Getaway offers a maximum capacity of 48 FXS and/or FXO lines, making it suitable for medium-enterprise service-provider deployments. The MX60 gateway is typically used to connect analog telephone terminals, PBXs or key systems and fax terminals to the IP network through FXS ports, and to interconnect IP networks to the PSTN through FXO ports. As shown in the chart below, these interfaces are available in 12 different combinations.
In a compact 1U chassis, the embedded-Linux MX60 offers rich PBX-like features, such as call transfer, call pick-up, built-in 3-way conferencing, caller ID, CRBT, T.38 fax relay, flexible call routing with 500-rule capacity, number translation, and PSTN failover on power failure or network interruption. The MX60A Access Gateway is powered by a high-speed CPU and dedicated DSPs, which support high-traffic applications.
Easy-to-Operate and Maintain
The MX60A Access Gateway provides a Web-based management GUI, allowing the user to configure parameters, upgrade firmware, import and export configuration data, and monitor status. The MX60 also supports remote-management standards, such as HTTP Option 66, auto-provisioning, Telnet, TFTP, SNMPv2, TR069, TR104, and TR106.
MX60 has performed interoperability tests with many softswitch and IP PBXs from vendors such as Microsoft (OCS/Lync), Cisco (CallManager), Nortel (CS1000), and softswitch from Huawei, ZTE, Ericson, and others.
Upgrades and Support
When choosing next generation communication equipment for IP networks, cost reduction and investment protection are requirements. The MX60A Access Gateway offers low cost through unbeatable value and maintainability. Through remote software upgrades, the MX60A Access Gateway will always deliver support for the latest features and standards. Support in the Western Hemisphere is provided by NetGen Communications; New Rock Technologies provides support in Asia.