Zultys MX250 IP Phone System Digital Office Business Voip PBX Voicemail

Zultys MX250 IP Phone System Digital Office Business Voip PBX Voicemail


Zultys MX250 IP Phone System Digital Office Business Voip PBX Voicemail



When powered up, after 3 mins POWER, STATUS AND LOAD are solid green, not flashing. Like new only 2 years old. Was controlled by vendor, do not know how to test or default. No warranties are expressed or implied. Unit was powered down and removed from working service but we do not know how to reset or further test it. 2U rack-mountable Linux based secure appliance. Switches and routes voice, data, fax and video. SATA HDD with one hard disk (RAID is possible but no extra drive). Expandable in capacity and function by simply enabling licenses with a soft key. Interoperates with any standards based network infrastructure. In addition to Zultys’ enterprise-class IP phones , it can easily support legacy phones and a wide range of SIP-based third party devices to help companies more easily deploy the IP telephony system they need. The MX250 is a truly converged product that makes VoIP affordable for small to medium businesses or branch offices. This single 2U box (3.5 high) scales from 5 to 250 users without the additional hardware. Built with the same technology and the same productivity tools as the MX1200, the MX250 provides smaller sites with all premium features at attractive prices. Supports 5 to 250 users in a single box. Expandable in capacity and function without purchasing additional hardware. Interconnect up to 32 boxes to support up to 8000 users. Switches and routes voice, data, fax, and video. Connects to CO and ISP with up to four T1 or E1 circuits, 24 analog circuits, 12 ISDN BRA circuits, or a combination. Connects to phones and fax machines with up to 26 analog circuits. Automated configuration of phones. 50 VPN sessions directly support users over the Internet. Standards based QoS support. Internal fax termination and origination. Moves, adds, and changes can be done in minutes. SIP based allows use of standard phones or soft phones. Based on highly stable embedded Linux operating system. The MX250 integrates the functions of many devices previously available only in several disparate boxes. By integrating these functions into a single unit, Zultys provides a solution for your companys communication needs that is cost effective and easily expanded. The system uses SIP to communicate with IP devices on the LAN or WAN. Administrators use a single GUI on a PC to configure and monitor every aspect of the system. Initial deployment of the system is simple and straightforward. A list of users can be imported and phones can be automatically provisioned. The MX250 connects to a standard Ethernet switch and to that switch you connect computers and phones. The connection to the LAN is made with one or two 100Base-T circuits, thereby providing redundancy. Additional redundancy is available with dual hard discs in a RAID 1 configuration, and ac and dc power inputs. Servicability is simplified with a removable fan tray and clock battery. The MX250 has three slots that accommodate interfaces for connection to the CO and ISP. Voice is supported on an analog module. Voice and data are supported on BRA, T1, and E1 modules. PBX and Telephony The MX250 comes standard with two analog FXS circuits and has three slots to accommodate telephony interfaces. You can use modules to connect to analog (FXS and FXO), ISDN BRA (S/T), T1, and E1. You can configure the digital interfaces to carry voice or data traffic, or mixed voice and data. Regardless whether you receive voice service from a telephony interface or over the WAN, the MX250 provides full PBX functionality. The MX250 supports T1 and E1 ISDN PRA and T1 CAS. The CAS protocols are loop start and ground start with caller ID, and E&M wink with DID. The ISDN protocols supported over T1 are Lucent custom, Nortel custom, US National, and Japanese ISDN. The ISDN protocol supported over E1 is ETSI with subaddressing. The ISDN protocols supported over BRA are Japanese ISDN and ETSI, with or without SPIDs. The first two analog FXO circuits in slot 1 connect directly to the two FXS circuits on the system board in the event of a complete power failure to provide lifeline support. The MX250 includes fax termination on any telephony interface. When MXIE is installed on a PC it installs a fax printer. To send an outgoing fax, users print to the MXIE fax printer from any application. MXIE delivers the fax to be sent to the MX250 and updates the sender on the outcome of the transmission. The MX250 provides music on hold through an external connection, from the Internet, or from its internal hard disc. It supports overhead paging using an FXS circuit or a 3½ mm audio output. The system also supports paging through the phones which can be separated into multiple zones. You can deploy the MX250 as an independent system, with the MX250 as a peripheral to an existing PBX, or with a PBX as a peripheral to the MX250. The MX250 can connect to other MX250s or other standard SIP equipment, either over LAN or WAN. 729 compression is supported to reduce bandwidth requirements over a WAN. Data Networking There are two 10/100Base-T circuits. You connect at least one of these to an external switch to provide connectivity to devices such as PCs and phones. You can connect both circuits to switches for redundancy and use the spanning tree protocol on the MX250 to handle fail over. The MX250 can function as an edge router and connect to an ISP using Point to Point Protocol (PPP). Default and static routes can be provisioned to control the proper routing of voice and data traffic. The system incorporates a firewall with NAT, for connection to the Internet. Also DHCP, TFTP, and NTP servers provide services within the enterprise. You can optionally disable any of these functions if you provide them external to the MX250. The MX250 can provide SIP application layer gateway (ALG) function when the internal NAT and firewall functions are used. This allows you to make SIP calls outside of the private address space used within the enterprise. The MX250 provides VPN functionality for 50 users. This allows remote users to securely access all functions of the MX250 and the corporate network. MXIE The Tool for User Productivity MXIE (pronounced “mixee”) is a PC application that interfaces with the MX250. This software can be used by all people in the enterprise whether the person is logged in as an individual, an operator, or a member of an ACD group. Click here for details on MXIE. Encryption The MX250 supports 128-bit AES encryption. This allows you to fully encrypt conversations within the enterprise. In addition, you can secure traffic over the PSTN or WAN that may leave the enterprise. ACD Automatic Call Distribution An ACD routes calls to a group of agents based on flexible distribution rules. You can have up to 64 ACD or hunt groups, each with up to 64 agents. Routing to a specific ACD group can be either based on the called party number, or through an automated attendant or operator. Skill based routing is achieved by assigning different priority levels to agents. Users can be members of multiple ACD groups simultaneously and if desired, can also log into the system as an individual. This allows them to make and receive personal calls. Productivity is enhanced using the presence and instant messaging capabilities in MXIE. As an agent answers a call, MXIE automatically changes the presence, and includes a wrap up state at the end of the call. Each agent can view the presence of other agents in a group, allowing for supervisor monitoring. If agents are using a popular CRM package that has a TAPI interface, the callers information can be displayed with a screen pop. Agents can transfer calls by dragging the session within MXIE to another agent. You can configure schedules for each auto attendant to provide different behavior at different times of the day and on different days of the week. If you do not schedule any attendant to be active, the MX250 routes calls to an operator. You can select how this is divided among the users. Further, all incoming calls can be recorded ideal for call center applications. Operators You can define 64 groups of operators. Within each group you can have 64 operators and can assign them priorities. Therefore, calls are routed to some operators only when the primary receptionists are busy or not available. Operators use MXIE and do not need any special equipment. This allows you to locate operators anywhere, even at a different site. You can use the multimedia capabilities of the PC by connecting a headset to it. Such an application can allow you to easily make or receive voice and video calls at minimal cost. Call Detail Recording The MX250 records call data to provide comprehensive reports about users and traffic. You can generate predefined reports using the reporting tools included with the MX250. The system integrates Crystal Reports allowing you to create custom reports. The MX250 allows read access to its internal MySQL CDR database. Thorough documentation is provided which describes the database structure. This allows for additional customization and the development of reports specific to the needs of an organization. Quality of Service At Layer 2, the MX250 implements QoS based upon IEEE 802.1P. You can define up to 8 priority levels or classes of service. Based upon these levels, traffic can be marked and placed into different queues. Delay sensitive traffic such as voice and video are placed into priority queues, whereas data traffic is placed into lower priority queues. Queue servicing is optimized so that no particular queue is starved and throughput is maximized. At Layer 3, QoS based upon Differentiated Services (RFC 2474 and 2475) is implemented. The MX250 is capable of marking the differentiated services codepoints (DSCPs) based upon the type of traffic received. In this way, the MX250 can enforce a QoS policy set up by the Administrator for traffic entering the enterprises domain. A minimal system supports 5 users. You subsequently expand the functionality and capacity by purchasing software licenses for the system. You add these licenses without having to power down the system and do not need to return the system for any hardware upgrades. The system does not keep track of devices such as PCs and the MX250 does not impose a limit to the number you can have on your network. The MX250 allows each user to have eight contacts where he or she can be reached. When a user is called, the MX250 can attempt to reach the user at any or all of these contacts, following rules defined by the user. The MX250 can accommodate 1000 concurrent SIP registrations. A SIP registration is the action of an IP device indicating to the MX250 where it can be reached. With the MXgroup option, you can group up to 32 MX250 systems to have a total system capacity of 8000 users. System Administration The system administration software gives you complete control over the system from a single integrated interface. The software runs under Windows and the PC can be located anywhere in your network. You can have multiple administrators and can assign different privileges to each. The dial plan is intuitive and allows flexibility to have extension numbers of different lengths, internal and external emergency numbers, and call blocking. You add the data about users manually or import the data from an export file of another source. You can define the devices that you are using and assign them to users. As users move locations you do not need to make any changes to the configuration on the MX250. You can modify or create scripts through the GUI. The software allows you to monitor the status of any user or device on the system, and also to monitor SIP, CAS, and ISDN protocols. The MX250 can send events to a Syslog server. Power The MX250 derives its power from ac, 48 Vdc, or both. The ac input operates from 90 Vac to 240 Vac, 47 Hz to 60 Hz. The maximum power drawn is 100 W. You can connect a 48 V battery that must supply 100 W. Zultys supplies a battery system that provides about six hours of backup power in the event of an ac failure. You can concatenate these supplies to provide longer backup. Environmental Operating temperature: 10°C to 40°C (50°F to 104°F) Storage temperature: 0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F) Weight: 8.2 kg (18 lb). Most similar products were originally designed with IP in their core and then telephony was added on top, or they are traditional PBXs designed with telephony at their core and then IP was added on top. Those systems use proprietary phones and have closed architectures. Conversely, the architecture of the MX250 has been optimized to combine voice and data technologies while using standard interfaces and phones. Internally, there are two computers running real-time Linux. Together, they perform 1400 MIPS. The Linux operating system yields a product that has very high reliability and allows easy introduction of new services and features. The MX250 has one or two SCSI hard discs. The two discs operate in a RAID 1 configuration. The MX250 uses the SIP protocol which is now widely recognized as the standard for IP telephony. The MX250 includes a SIP registrar, user agent client, user agent server, and presence server. NO CANADA, NO INTERNATIONAL. The item “Zultys MX250 IP Phone System Digital Office Business Voip PBX Voicemail” is in sale since Friday, October 30, 2015. This item is in the category “Business & Industrial\Office\Telecom Systems\Phone Switching Systems, PBXs”. The seller is “reuserecyclesave” and is located in Atlanta, Georgia. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Type: VoIP System
  • Brand: Zultys
  • Model: MX250
  • MPN: MX250
  • Features: SIP Trunking
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