SAS in Khomp’s Gateways

Survivability mode included in Khomp’s gateways

Keep your telephony operations always on for seamless communications

Survivability is the ability to ensure that your telephony operations remain functional even in the event of failure in your IP PBX system. The Survivability feature available in Khomp’s gateways allows them to take over the basic functions of the IP PBX system.

How does the Survivability mode work?

When you enable the Survivability feature in a Khomp gateway installed between your IP PBX system and a public telephony network, the gateway begins to monitor the operation of the IP PBX.

If the IP PBX fails to respond, the gateway takes over the basic functions of the IP PBX. In other words, it will automatically route calls to the appropriate telephone according to the settings predefined in the gateway’s Survivability feature. It also supports:

  • Internal and external call forwarding;
  • Call transferring with and without consultation;
  • Least cost routing of calls.

 

Features of the Survivability mode included in Khomp’s gateways

Product Number of Devices for Survivability
KMG 200 MS 500
KMG SBC 90 500
KMG 400 MS 500
KMG 3200 MS 2000
KMG SBC 750 2000
UMG 104 120
UMG Modular 300 120
UMG FXS 240 120
µSBC 120

 

Features

Application models

SAS for local survivability using the KMG 200 MS

KMG 200 Application Model - Survivability in Khomp's Gateways

SAS for Headquarters-Branch communications survivability using the KMG MS

Application Model Headquarters - Survivability in Khomp's Gateways

 

SAS with µSBC to keep local communications

Application Model uSBC - Survivability in Khomp's Gateways

 

SAS for survivability in Cloud PBX environments using the UMG Modular 300

Application Model Cloud PBX - Survivability in Khomp's Gateways

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