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SX3000, an SBC (Session Border Controller), is a member of VoIP product family developed by New Rock Technologies, Inc. It interconnects voice communication over different IP networks and provides security schemes to protect the network from attacks and the privacy of communications. As an important component of VoIP deployment, an SBC usually resides between an access network and a backbone network to provide service to residential and/or enterprise customers. SX3000 is specifically designed to reside on the edge of enterprise/VPN network and perform such functions as access control, firewall and NAT traversal, protocol interworking, data encryption and management of QoS.Contact Us
Supports separate TLS/SRTP encryption/decryption for SIP signaling and media stream.Supports TLS/SRTP encryption. Both TLS and SRTP must be enabled, because SRTP must work with TLS.
RTP packet forward, firewall traversal, local/remote user NAT traversal13 programmable keys, One key to arrive menu, One key to read the phone information,Intelligent search for phonebook, Dial assistant
Connections to multiple (up to 5) SIP servers
Access control through IP table, conceal of NAT address, encryption & decryption on signaling and/or voice media streams, blocking calls from untrusted devices, discarding unknown messages, security log file
Web access anti-cracking, password complexity check, Telnet/SSH enabling control, Web access whitelist, and Telnet access whitelist
Support up tp 30 whitelists which can be set as host IP address but not network segment.
Support registration and authentication of SIP terminals
Support fragmentation of signaling packets, with an MTU of 1500 bytes.
Local/remote user NAT traversal
Encryption and decryption of signaling and voice media streams, including TLS/SRTP
Survilance of voice media stream
Registration and authentication of SIP terminal
Support SIP, RTP/RTCP, HTML/HTTP protocols
Support MSRP protocol
Access control through IP table
Internetworking with up to 4 separate networks
Surveillance and network failover
Status and statistics report with TR069