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									2N StarGate

PRI GSM Gateway
                        2N StarGate

 32 GSM channels
 Up to 256 SIM cards
 Least cost routing
 Incoming and outgoing calls routing
 Optional VoIP support
 Optional 3G support
    2N StarGate
 Over 500,000 minutes/month
 Not PC based – high stability
 Compact design and size (3U)
 Hot swappable GSM boards
 Front access to boards
 Only 2 antennas (1 for 16 channels)
 SMS sending/receiving
How does the GSM
  Gateway work
          How does the GSM
            Gateway work
   GSM Gateway is a device for direct routing of GSM calls
    through its GSM modules into GSM network. Otherwise,
    routing of these calls through PSTN network to the GSM
    network would be much more costly.

   While using GSM gateway, there is no interconnect fee
    besides bills from SIM cards, which are used in GSM Gateway.

   The calls may originate in company’s PBX, in alternative
    carriers networks etc. E1 or VoIP connection to 2N StarGate
    is supported.
                         settings at ISDN
* EuroISDN interface
(Q.931 EDDS1)

** If you set 2N
StarGate as                                    E1
NT(MASTER), set                                *
switch as TE (SLAVE)

                   Port:              NT**          Port:              TE**
                   Synchronization:   MASTER        Synchronization:   SLAVE
                   TEI:               0             TEI:               0
                           The GSM side
Outgoing calls
 8 independent outgoing GSM
 CLIP/CLIR features                GSM
 possibility for limitation of   network 1
 Rotating of SIMs by                           GSM
time/random/limit                             network 2

Incoming calls
 4 independent incoming
GSM groups
 possibility to
 present with DISA
message/dialling tone                                GSM
 passing to switch/VoIP                           network 3
                        Outgoing calls
                                                             1. Assign GSM Modules to GSM groups

                                                             2. Configure every GSM Group separately

                                                             3. Create network lists
                                                                   (one for each GSM network)

                                                             4. Define LCR

• LCR (Least Cost Routing) algorithmassigned GSMwill configuredtogetherone Configuration include CLIP/CLIR
   Every set of GSM contains (creating GSM which is be routed separately. incoming group. Incoming and
           Network list Module list be assigns to one outgoing group and with the same time Usually a Network
• Every single GSM Modulesmay of prefixes, Group)Groups to Network lists together withrules. dependency. In
  list corresponds are all minutes limit etc.groups.
  options, groups with twoprefixes for one Modules will be
  outgoingtimes says, through which GSM GSM Network. calls routed (according to its prefix).
  other words it of usage, different sets of
                   Data records about
CDR (Call Data Records)

•   2N StarGate automatically saves information about every call into its memory
    (even unsuccessful calls if needed). With latest CPU board you have space for
    up to 245 thousand lines. In CDR you will find data about every call, which has
    been connected through 2N StarGate


•   2N StarGate automatically generates detailed statistics data on all incoming
    and outgoing calls.. In Statistics you will find data about number of minutes
    routed through every GSM module, GSM Group
                                 CDR (Call Data
                               Example of one line in CDR file
** 31.07.02/11:07:53 O-OK CAU-016 aux/g02 GRP-1 0:23 001:40 00000.00 0608218005 45456060 1/8942019636000065750

•    1. column: **                                     5. column: number of used B-channel/number of
•    2. column: date/time of start of the call              used GSM module
•    3. column: type of call                           6. column: used GSM group
•    -I-FD : Unconnected attempt of incoming call      7. column: time of establishing call
     (It will be implemented at higher version of      8. column: duration of call mmm:ss (max. 255:59)
     the firmware)                                          or error cause for unconnected calls
•    -I-OK : Successfully connected incoming call      8. column: costs of the call (will be implemented
     (It will be implemented at higher version of           in higher version of firmware)
     the firmware)
                                                       9. column: called number
•    -O-FD : Unconnected attempt of outgoing
     call                                              10. column: caller number
•    -O-OK : Successfully connected outgoing           11. column: number of slot/IMSI* of used SIM card
•    4. column: CAUSE sent to ISDN
                                    *with GSM modules GM22(47) IMSI is presented, with TC35 GSM modules serial number
                                    of SIM card is presented
              Easy remote control
    2N STARGATE can be configured and supervised (remotely or locally) using
    the following connections:

   locally via an RS232 interface

   ISDN (or analogue) modem connected to an RS232 interface. An automatic
    detection of the modem connection and thus automatic modem configuration
    are a matter of course

   10baseT interface - TELNET

   Inbound B-channel in PRI ISDN connection
                Other 2N PRI GSM
 2N

 2N BlueStar
              2N BlueTower

 Up to 8 GSM channels
  – scalable capacity
 Up to 2 PRI ISDN ports
 Internal or external antenna
 Comfortable remote control
  and maintenance
                   2N BlueStar
• Up to 16 GSM channels
• Connection to your PBX
  via PRI ISDN (2x)
• VoIP interface
• Internal antenna splitter
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