SY-G6000B 1S1O/2S provides an ideal solution for home or small
office users to connect to an Internet telephony service
provider''s network or to an enterprise''s IP communications
The product offers one or two RJ-11 telephone jacks for connecting
with analog phones or fax machines, another RJ-11 jack for
connecting with public telephone network, and two Ethernet ports
which can be configured as switch or router mode for connections
under different network access environment. With SY-G6000B, users
can make and receive calls either through traditional telephone
network or through Internet networks as they want.
SY-G6000B is designed with dedicated hardware, offering real time
processing using SIP technology converting analog voice and data
signal to digital. This assures high quality processing and
transmission of fax and voice communications.
SY-G6000B is very easy to understand, configure, and deploy. The
web interface is designed to provide a clean and user-friendly
configuration window so that users won''t get lost in complicated
menus and maintenance.
- 1 analog line port
- 1 or 2 analog phone port
- 1 Ethernet LAN port
- 1 Ethernet WAN port
- Fully SIP CompliantSY-G6000B is fully compliant with Session
Initiation Protocol (RFC3261). It can work with any SIP compliant
devices like IP phone, software phone, IPPBX, analog gateway,
digital gateway etc.
- Full Call FunctionsSY-G6000B offers full set of normal call
functions like Call ID, Call Hold, Call Waiting, Call Forward and
- Call ThroughSY-G6000B can bridge calls between VoIP and PSTN from
either direction. Calls from PSTN can reach any phone number in the
VoIP network, or phones in the VoIP network can make outgoing calls
through the PSTN line connected to SY-G6000B. Both One-Staging
Dialing and Two-Staging Dialing are supported.
- Call BackSY-G6000B provides Call Back function. The user can call
to the PSTN line port and hang up after 3 rings. Then the SY-G6000B
will call back to the user and play the two-stage dialing tone, and
then the user can make international calls via the Internet with
cheap rates provided by the ITSP.
- Power Failure Pass ThroughIn the event of a power failure, calls can be made or
received via a direct connection to the PSTN line, which assures
the availability of communications at any situation.
- Built-in Switch or RouterThe two Ethernet ports can be configured
as switch or router mode. Usually switch mode is preferred if used
in an office LAN environment, while router mode is more useful when
used in a home network environment because of the IP sharing
SIP v2 RFC3261, RTP
TFTP Client / DHCP Client / PPPoE Client
DNS ClientNAT / DHCP Server
In-Band DTMF / Out-of-Band DTMF / SIP Info
3 SIP account supported