Mapping Gateway is another important option need to maintain correctly. This post is usually describe General settings under mapping gateway option in VOS3000 softswitch.
Double-click on the “Navigation” and go to “Service management” go to “Gateway management” and go to “mapping gateways”. Spreadsheet item will appear on the right side screen.
Gateway ID: The unique ID of the device, used for the authentication of dynamic gateways. For static gateways (usually relay gateways), the only requirement is that their IDs do not conflict with one another.
No restriction: No restrictions to the terminal
Call-out barring: The terminal is not allowed to call out
Call-in barring: The terminal is not allowed to be called
Barring all calls: The terminal is denied from any service
- When a call is initiated by this number, this type will be compared with the “Rate Type” of the rate. If the “Rate type” of the matching rate has higher precedence than the type specified here, the call will be denied. (The precedence of authorization is: International call – National call – Local call – net call.
- Number of channels: The number of concurrent calls allowed by the gateway
- Priority number: In the static mapping mode, if tunnels with the same IP address exist, gateways will be selected according to their priority numbers.
- Softswitch: Specify the MBX used by this routing gateway.
- Supplement settings.
General / Normal
- Dynamic: Registration is required.
- Static: Gateway mapping is achieved directly through IP addresses.
IP addresses: IP addresses of mapping gateways. Multiple addresses can be specified, separated by commas.
Proceeding timeout: The maximum time waited after the call has reached the gateway. If the connection has not been establish within the time limit, the system server will send a reject signal to the mapping gateway. Set “0”to indicate that there is no proceeding timeout.
Encryption key: The encryption key for the encryption of connections between VOS platforms. In this case, an encryption port must be used for signaling, which, by default, is 3720 for H323 and 5070 for SIP.
- Auto: Let the system decide whether enable media proxy (Recommended)
- On: Always enable media proxy
- Off: Always disable media proxy
Billing according to binding numbers: Billing according to the account that the caller belongs to, instead of the setting of the gateway itself.
Legal lengths of the caller number: The lengths of the caller numbers
allowed to pass through the gateway (e.g. fill in “11, 14” to allow
numbers of 11 digits or 14 digits only).
Note: Left blank to allow numbers of all length to pass through, and fill in“0” to allow no numbers to pass through.
Legal length of the called number: The lengths of the called number allowed to pass through the gateway.
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