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					Mikrotik MUM – Mumbai April 18 2008

   Using Mikrotik to create low cost Wi-Fi
Infrastructure with Billing and Voice Services
      Mukul Agarwal <mukul@enterux.com>
      Mitul Limbani <mitul@enterux.com>
    About Us
   Enterux History
        Enterux started in 2001 as pure Open Source Technology
         company
        Educating Public and Private sector on Open Source and
         Open Standards
        Focusing on low-cost revolutionary open source
         technologies that make the projects money-spinners for our
         clients
        Instrumental in building the Asterisk Open Source telephony
         engine user community in India (http://asterisk.pbx.in//)
        Has developed, deployed and supported commercial grade
         Voice products based on Asterisk, OpenSER, Freeswitch
         (ITSB Billing Engine, IP PBX, IVR Engine, Dialers
         (Progressive. Predicitive, CRM Integrated), etc.

                 Mikrotik MUM – Mumbai April 18 2008
So where is Mikrotik ?
   To deliver voice in the Indian economic - regulatory
    scenario; network , connectivity & bandwidth are the
    need of the day
   In the Indian environment, wireless networks deploy fast
   Mikrotik is the most comprehensive, economical and
    rugged equipment for the purpose.




                 Mikrotik MUM – Mumbai April 18 2008
Why Wireless?
   Primary networks are wire; of late wireless
   Wireless is the fastest and has lowest (TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP) TCO.




                      Mikrotik MUM – Mumbai April 18 2008
Bandwidth Management

   Provisioning for
   - dynamic IP addressing DSL style
   - Static IP DSL style shared bandwidth
   - Leased routes




               Mikrotik MUM – Mumbai April 18 2008
Latency
   Multiple hops on 802.11 cause latency problems and
    loss of bandwidth throughput
   Bandwidth loss can be reduced by assigning IP
    addresses to the base stations without dns
   Optimum bandwidth can be delivered to the customer if
    the hops are restricted to less than 4.




                 Mikrotik MUM – Mumbai April 18 2008
Frequency
   Frequencies available for 802.11
   ~ 2.4 Ghz – 2.4835 Ghz
   ~ 5.725 Ghz – 5.875 Ghz
   Interference experienced from cordless phone, microwave oven, food
    processors, etc.
   Electro Magnetic Interference – High tension Power transmission lines




                      Mikrotik MUM – Mumbai April 18 2008
Telephony
   VoIP
   fixed voip lines are operational with clear voice clarity
   we are working on mobile voip
       We have tested mobility within the range of a single access point
       We are working on signal handover between access points with zero or
        minimal indecipherable packet loss




                         Mikrotik MUM – Mumbai April 18 2008
Bandwidth for Voice

   Per channel 16 kilo bits per second
   Restricting Bandwidth for only voice usage




              Mikrotik MUM – Mumbai April 18 2008
Billing System
    entVoice Billing Engine
 Core Features                           Additional Features

    Realtime
    Postpaid/Prepaid billing                  Services / Subscriptions
    Concurrent calls for users                Generate Invoices for customers
    Unlimited devices for users               Generate Vouchers or special offers
    Provider rules                            CCAvenue Pay Gateyway Integration
    Least Cost Routing
                                               Can add Manual Payments
    Fail-Over
    User tariffs                              Calling Card Module
    Day setup
    Directions/Direction Groups            For Government Regulation
    CDR Rerating
                                               Call Recording for LIS (Lawful Interception
    Credit control                             System)
    Custom rates




                        Mikrotik MUM – Mumbai April 18 2008
Power Supply
   Grid is standard
   Solar / Wind or composite solution being tested as there are territories
    where power supply is poor and several areas which still lack power
    supply.




                       Mikrotik MUM – Mumbai April 18 2008
For Any Queries

                      Contact Us:-
         Enterux Solutions (Corporate Office)
        110 Reena Complex, Opp. Nathani Steel,
          Vidyavihar (W), Mumbai, 400 086.
              http://www.enterux.com/


          Contact Name:- Mr. Mukul Agarwal
            Email ID:- mukul@enterux.com
          Phone : +91-99080 MUKUL (68585)


           Contact Name:- Mr. Mitul Limbani
            Email ID:- mitul@enterux.com
              Phone : +91-98203 32422

            Mikrotik MUM – Mumbai April 18 2008

				
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