Ingate Software Modules and Licenses

SIP Trunking
SIP Trunking allows 1 – 100 trunk groups and configures the SIP trunk between IP-PBXs and SIP trunking services in three easy steps. Licenses for the number of concurrent calls needed over a particular trunk group are easily added. The Back-to-Back User Agent (B2BUA) brings extensive SIP normalization for interoperability and a dial plan including support for regular expressions, header manipulation, prefix addition / removal and much more.
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Remote SIP Connectivity
Remote SIP Connectivity lets remote workers leverage the benefits of Unified Communications by performing Far-End NAT Traversal (FENT) to allow home workers and road warriors to use their SIP clients behind well-behaved remote NATs and firewalls. One simply adds the number of Remote User SIP Session licenses needed.
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Quality of Service
Quality of Service (QoS) prioritizes voice and video traffic and allocates bandwidth to assure the highest voice quality, undisturbed by data traffic. This is a standard feature and also enables computation and reporting of Mean Opinion Scores (MOS) and other voice quality metrics on a per call basis.
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VoIP Survival
Ingate VoIP Survival is another standard feature, allowing an enterprise using a hosted PBX solution to fail over to the Ingate, to enable internal calls and redirect outside calls to a local PSTN gateway.
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SIP Registrar
SIP Registrar user licenses make the Ingate SIParator or Firewall the primary registrar server and permits SIP clients to register. Read more ->


Q-TURN Q-TURN session licenses enable WebRTC to be used with quality on security-restrictive enterprise networks. A built-in TURN server between the LAN and WAN allows and prioritizes real-time traffic, separating it from data traffic often congesting the Internet access. It can also be used standalone as a conventional TURN server for service providers’ users, and works with WebRTC and other real-time protocols using ICE/STUN/TURN (product not yet launched - awaiting standards finalization.)


NAT-T (Network Address Translation - Traversal)
Ingate makes secure unified- and SIP communication possible while working seamlessly with your existing network firewall to allow the traversal of SIP traffic through the enterprise edge. The issue of SIP traffic not traversing the enterprise firewall or NAT is critical to any SIP implementation, including VoIP. In order for SIP to work effectively, the SIP NAT traversal issue must be resolved, and that's where the Session Border Element such as the SIP Firewalls and SIParators offered by Ingate, are very important for enabling SIP services to an enterprise network.
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