[VoiceOps] Request for Opinions: High density ATA's

Ryan Delgrosso ryandelgrosso at gmail.com
Thu Mar 21 12:17:28 EDT 2019

Honestly just for signaling efficiency. I do everything with TLS, and 
maintaining 900+ TLS sessions all the time is wasteful, especially for 
endpoints that will be infrequently used. I would prefer to register a 
single signaling trunk per device.

On 3/21/2019 9:03 AM, Matthew Yaklin wrote:
> When I read your email the first thought that popped into my head was 
> a bunch of Calix E5-111s used for pennies on the dollar. They are 
> simply ADSL/POTs boxes. 48 ports of pots. But each line registers 
> individually. But at least the box is stupid dumb and you handle 
> everything on the switch side. I would not want anything complex on 
> site barring a distinct requirement. Of course just turn off the ADSL.
> Why do you prefer that the lines do not register individually? Do you 
> have a requirement for so much box intelligence in their closets?
> *Matthew Yaklin*
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> *Subject:* [VoiceOps] Request for Opinions: High density ATA's
> I have found myself with a number of hospital opportunities and
> servicing the staff with IP phones is a no-brainer, however there is the
> need for multi-hundred room connectivity for patient room phones and the
> staff mandate is to keep it analog because "ip phones there will grow
> legs".
> I am looking for 24+ port density with amphenol connectors, and ideally
> some kind of rudimentary internal routing so i dont need to register all
> 24 discreet ports and can route by some header (to or uri) within a
> single registration.
> Right now im looking at AudioCodes and the Sangoma Vega series. Obihai
> would be my natural choice here but don't have anything that fits my
> density requirements.
> Any opinions on these or others I should consider. Anyone deploy these
> and can speak to the experience?
> Thanks in advance
> -Ryan
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