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Hypermedia brief spot

Hypermedia Products Overview

GSM Basical Terms
Hypergateway Hardware Overview
Hypergateway Step by Step Configuraton
Hypermedia Management Console (HMC)
Installation Scenarios
Agenda
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Brief spot about Hypermedias milestones
Hypermedia was the first start-up in Israel to develop GSM devices.
The first line of products were analog based


2 analog lines adapter for 2 GSM SIM card. ( One of the first
to success at the global market )




Later, products based ISDN were developed:


The first rack mountable product was the HG3000. It
converted ISDN E1/T1 to GSM and vice-versa. This product
became the powerful one to reduce costs at SMB for
TDM based PBXs.



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Hypermedia was one of the first GSM gateways manufacturers to develop VoIP to GSM
gateways when the market of PBXs started to flow from TDM based to VoIP based.


The HG-4000. VoIP GSM gateway that supports SIP/H.323
protocols and lots of global telephony features as LCR
(Least Cost Routing ), White list/Black list, IP filtering and
more.


Reducing costs applications

Callback/Callthrough products were developed
specially to reduce costs at SMB. The enormous
advantage was the VPN groups of mobile clients
that enable the SMB to reduce up to 70% of their
expenses on worker calls using LCR.



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SMS Server

Provides to developers a full platform for SMS Sending. It
can be used for spam, marketing campaigns, internal use
of a SMB, etc.





Mobile applications

Nowadays the Smart-Phones ( Iphone, Nokia,etc) are
creating a very big market at the mobile world.
Hypermedia develops user-friendly applications for smart
mobiles that can completely reduce the mobile costs by
using the Callback/Callthrough/Calls over WI-FI/3G
advantages.



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Products Overview
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Available in a 3U or a 6U chassis from 4 up to 72
cellular channels.
220/110 Power supply. (Optional Dual power supply)
Optional support:
VoIP
1 or 2 PRI ports
4 or 8 BRI ports
Integrated antennas combiner, one antenna per four
ports
Remote management. ( Based TCP/IP )
Optional SMS server
Optional advanced features support:
Callback, Callthrough, Mobile applications
Upgradable platform. Full scalability option.
Support all major PBX/IPPBX vendors
Internal router
Products Overview - HG
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Products Overview SMS Server
HG-7100
A complementary SMS Pro Server (software package) for Hypermedia gateways ,
developed for leveraging the basic GSM capabilities of Hypermedia Gateways to
include sending and receiving bulk SMS text messages to mobile devices.

Highlights:
Hypermedia's SMS Server comes with an easy-to-use API / SDK which enables third-
party applications to send and receive SMS messages.
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Products Overview SMS Campaigner
SMS Campaigner product application is designed for creating, running and managing
advanced SMS campaigns for Marketing Agencies, SMB and Corporate enterprises, as
well as Service Provider companies.
Hypermedia's SMS Campaigner HG-7300 boasts an intuitive User Interface that turns
the art of creating advanced Marketing Campaigns into a simple and easy task.
Also it has the great ability to create smart IVR ( IMR ) for SMS.
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Products Overview Callback
The Call-Back is a PBX add-on package for reducing overall company telephony
costs. Its Callback and Callthrough features provide a way to reduce GSM roaming
charges and local interconnection rates by providing cheaper call routing alternatives
using the PSTN, GSM and VoIP networks
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Product Overview Number portability Server
Number portability option is a service of the GSM operators that provides the
subscribers to keep their number even if they have changed GSM operator. This
service provided may affect the Least Cost Routing(LCR) of the Hypermedia Gateway.
Therefore, Hypermedia offers the number portability server.


Features:
-Manual update of the database ( by the client/distributor )
-Live updates with external databases of number portability. ( Telephony service
providers )
-Main Hypermedia server to update various Hypermedia gateways. ( Provided by
Hypermedia, optional )


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GSM basically terms and Hardware
overview

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What is Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM)

GSM is the world's most popular standard for mobile telephony systems. The end user
(the cellphone) has a unique ID ( IMEI ) and a unique SIM (Subscriber Identity
Module). This networks is based on mobility between sites, the main core ( MSC )
knows where the suscribers are located and routes the calls via the BSCs and BTSs
located at their zone.
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What is Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM)
The RX Level of signal
(from Cellular to BTS)
can be between -55dBm
(highest) and -101dBm
(lowest).
To have a good
performance using HM,
is recommended to have
at least -85 dBm


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GSM - Brazil
List of the GSM operators in Brazil:


MCC MNC Brand Operator Bands (MHz)
724 02 TIM Telecom Italia Mobile
GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / UMTS 850 /
UMTS 2100
724 03 TIM Telecom Italia Mobile
GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / UMTS 850 /
UMTS 2100
724 04 TIM Telecom Italia Mobile
GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / UMTS 850 /
UMTS 2100
724 05 Claro Claro
GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / UMTS 850 /
UMTS 2100
724 06 Vivo Vivo S.A. GSM 850 / UMTS 850 / UMTS 2100
724 07 CTBC Celular CTBC Telecom
GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / UMTS 850 /
UMTS 2100
724 08 TIM Telecom Italia Mobile
GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / UMTS 850 /
UMTS 2100
724 10 Vivo Vivo S.A.
GSM 850 / GSM 1900 / UMTS 850 /
UMTS 2100
724 11 Vivo Vivo S.A. GSM 850 / UMTS 850 / UMTS 2100
724 15 Sercomtel Sercomtel Celular GSM 900 / GSM 1800
724 16
Oi / Brasil
Telecom
Brasil Telecom Celular SA GSM 1800 / UMTS 2100
724 23 Vivo Vivo S.A. GSM 850 / UMTS 850 / UMTS 2100
724 24
Oi / Amazonia
Celular
Amaznia Celular S.A. GSM 900 / GSM 1800
724 31 Oi TNL PCS GSM 1800 / UMTS 2100
724 37 aeiou Unicel do Brasil GSM 900 / GSM 1800
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Hypermedia GSM operational
Hypermedia types of GSM cards

1. 001 Supports 850/1900 MHZ
2. 002 Supports 900/1800 MHZ
3. Q26 Quadband Supports 850/1900 MHZ and 900/1800 MHZ.





The type of card should be adequate to the clients requirement.
The type of card must use the frequencies of GSM operator. ( See table at last
slideshow).

For example : If a client has TIM SIM cards ( TIM uses 900/1800 MHZ ), then he must
opt for 002 cards.
If a client has Vivo SIM cards ( Vivo uses 850/1900 MHZ ), then he must opt for 001
cards.

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Terminology
BCCH
Broadcast Control Channel; the logical channel used in cellular networks to broadcast signaling
and control information to all mobile phones within the network
BER
Bit Error Rate; the percentage of received bits in error compared to the total number of bits
received
BSC
Base Station Controller; the network entity controlling a number of Base Transceiver Stations
BTS
Base Transceiver Station; the network entity which communicates with the mobile station
Cell
The area covered by a cellular base station. A cell site may sectorise its antennas to service
several cells from one location Cell site
Circuit switching
A method used in telecommunications where a temporary dedicated circuit of constant
bandwidth is established between two distant endpoints in a network. Mainly used for voice
traffic; the opposite of packet switching
CLIP
Calling Line Identification Presentation

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Terminology
Codec
In GSM networks, the standard voice codec is Full Rate (FR), it is possible to implement Half
Rate (HR) codec's and Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) codec's
Handoff
The transfer of control of a cellular phone call in progress from one cell to another, without any
discontinuity
Control signal
A signal sent to a cellular phone from a base station or vice versa which carries information
essential to the call but not including the audio portion of a
conversation
IMEI
International Mobile Equipment Identity
IMSI
International Mobile Subscriber Identity; an internal subscriber identity used only by the
network
IMSI
International Mobile Subscriber Identity; an internal subscriber identity used only by the
network
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Hypergateway Hardware Overview
CG 4.1 card Its the carrier card for the
cellular channels each card support up to four
channels.





Single or dual power supply
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Hypergateway Management Card - HBX
HBS hybrid card with one PRI port, The
hybrid card replace the old MG card and PRI
2.1 card.
The hybrid card can also support VoIP if
needed.



HBD hybrid card with one PRI port, The
hybrid card replace the old MG card, CB card
and PRI 2.2 card.
The hybrid card can also support VoIP if
needed.



HBN hybrid card supports VoIP (SIP only),
optional support of 1 or two PRI ports.
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Hypergateway Management Card - PC
PC card is required for gateways larger
than 32 ports.
Supports VoIP (SIP/H.323)
Supports SMS Campaigner ( Not supported
on HBX )
Supports Number Portability Database
option ( Not supported on HBX )
Supports MySQL for SMS Server. ( Not
supported on HBX )


Note : HBX cards support only 12 channels
of H.323. Pc card supports up to 72.






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Hypergateway DSPs
SU card A carrier card for Surf DSP (for
VoIP) it provide support for both SIP and
H.323 32 channels.



MG card A carrier card for ACL DSP (for
VoIP) it provide support for both SIP and
H.323 32 channels And also support gateway
expansion to support 32-72 channels.







If PC card is used and VoIP is required, then the DSP (Digital Signal Processor) card is needed.
At the HBX cards, the DSP is included in.

There are two DSP cards for the PC:
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Hypergateway Hardware Overview
RO1.1 Card - Mounted router as part of the
gateway, eliminated the need for external
router

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Hypergateway Available Hardware Configuration Overview
HG-4000 Support up to 32 cellular
channels and SIP only VoIP










HG-4000 Support up to 32 cellular
channels, SIP and H.323 VoIP

CG 4.1 cards HBN VoIP SIP only card RO1.1 - Router
SU card
PC card
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HG-4000 Support up to 72 cellular
channels, SIP & H.323 VoIP











CG 4.1 cards PC card RO1.1 - Router
MG card
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HG-3000 PRI GSM gateway
supporting one PRI port.











CG 4.1 cards Hybrid card - HBS
HG-3000 PRI GSM gateway
supporting dual PRI port.











CG 4.1 cards Hybrid card - HBD
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Step by Step Installation

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Step by Step Installation

Step 1 : Configuring the TCP/IP management of the HG.

Step 2 : Installing the SIM cards and connecting antennas.

Step 3 : Configuring the Hypermedia components as required by
the client.

Step 4 : Testing and monitoring.


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Step 1 : Configuring the TCP/IP management
of the HG.




For Hypermedia Systems that
doesnt include VOIP
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Step 1 : HBX cards without VOIP
Install the Hypermedia Software ( Included in disk )
Connect your PC/Laptop with a straight Ethernet cable to the MAIN ETH port at the HBX
card. ( Ping the HG default IP , 192.168.9.2 , to test the connection)
Your PC/Laptop must have IP configured:
IP : 192.168.9.5
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Open the Server list application and add 192.168.9.2 as a server ( default password is
admin )
Use the HGS setup parameters application ( First one from left )
Login with password admin
Change IP with the desired IP of the Clients subnet.
Connect the MAIN ETH port to the clients network.


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Step 1 : PC cards without VOIP
Install the Hypermedia Software ( Included in disk )
Connect your PC/Laptop with a straight Ethernet cable to the LAN1 port at the PC1 card. (
Ping the HG default IP , 192.168.0.2 , to test the connection)
Your PC/Laptop must have IP configured:
IP : 192.168.0.5
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Open the Server list application and add 192.168.0.2 as a server ( default password is
admin )
Use the HGS setup parameters application ( First one from left )
Login with password admin
Change IP with the desired IP of the Clients subnet.
Connect the LAN1 port to the clients network.


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For Hypermedia Systems that
include VOIP
NOTE : The Systems with VOIP option must include the RO 1.1 Card or and external D-link DIR
100 Router supplied by Hypermedia
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Step 1 : PC1 Card with VOIP
Install the Hypermedia Software ( Included in disk )
Connect your PC/Laptop with a straight Ethernet cable
to the LAN3 port at the RO 1.1 card ( Using DHCP mode )
Connect the PC1 card LAN 1 port to LAN 1 port at the RO1.1.
Connect the MG1 card Ethernet port to LAN 2 port at the RO1.1.
If you have SU card at the HG, connect the SU card Media
ETH port to LAN 2 at RO1.1 ( Dont connect MG card )
Activate your web browser and type in the IP address of the
RO1.1 / DIR-100 into the Address field and press Enter.
The default IP address of the RO1.1 / DIR-100 is
192.168.0.1 .
Log with User : admin Password : hypergateway .
Click on Manual Internet Connection
Enter in the WAN IP address the IP of the client subnet, subnet mask and
default gateway according to the clients requirement.
Connect the WAN port to the clients network and test ping .


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Step 1 : HBX Card with VOIP
Install the Hypermedia Software ( Included in disk )
Connect your PC/Laptop with a straight Ethernet cable
to the LAN3 port at the RO 1.1 card ( Using DHCP mode )
Connect the HBX card MAIN ETH port to LAN 1 port at the RO1.1.
Connect the HBX card MEDIA ETH port to LAN 2 port at the RO1.1.
Activate your web browser and type in the IP address of the
RO1.1 / DIR-100 into the Address field and press Enter.
The default IP address of the RO1.1 / DIR-100 is
192.168.9.254 .
Log with User : admin Password : hypergateway .
Click on Manual Internet Connection
Enter in the WAN IP address the IP of the client subnet, subnet mask and
default gateway according to the clients requirement.
Connect the WAN port to the clients network and test ping .


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Warning !
Dont press the RESET hole. It deletes all the configuration of the d-link. If accidently it was
done, go to the d-link manuals at the distributer CD.
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Step 2 : Installing the SIM cards and
connecting antennas.




Each GSM card has 4 GSM modules ( 4 GSM mobile phones inside )
Each GSM module has the option to store up to 4 SIMs ( 1 Active, 3 inactive )
The SIM cards should be inserted at the front part of the CG4.1 card using the plastic SIM
holders ( Inactive SIMs can be inserted at the interior part)
The antenna supplied by Hypermedia is the one be connected at the SMA connector. Each
GSM card must have its own antenna ( The antenna supplies signal for 4 GSM modules )
Technical info about the antenna :
The impedance value of the SMA connector is 50 ohm.
The Antenna is OMNI type and the gain is 3dBi.


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Step 2 : Installing the SIM cards and
connecting antennas.




Optional for data centers or server rooms that have low GSM signal:
The Combiner can connect 8 GSM cards to 2 outputs for 2 Yaggi Antennas.
The Yaggi antenna comes with a 20 meters cable to be installed out of the room. The gain
of the antenna is 15 dBi.


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Step 3 : Configuring the Hypermedia
components as required by the client.




Hypermedia Components
VoIP
GSM
PRI
LCR
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Step 3 : Configuring the Hypermedia
components as required by the client.




Hypermedia Components
LCR
Each component has a short name:
Voip component -> MG
GSM component -> CG
PRI component -> PRI
LCR component -> LCR

Each one has a whole branch of configuration and monitoring
at the Hypermedia Management Console ( HMC ).

In order to design the clients requirement we need to
connect the components as the client wishes.
To connect each component to other we use media
connections.
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HMC Hypermedia Management Console
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Each management card (PC/HBX) has its own version, the version number describe the
component the management and usage of each component.
The Version screen is the first screen of the HMC and has the following format.
1. 7#.####
X -
X
Hypergateway operating
system version
S SIP
H H.323
B - Basic
L Linux PC
W Windows PC
P HBX

HMC Software Versions
X
A ACL DSP
S Surf DSP
Example: 1.78.3110-HLA
VoIP GSM GW (HG-4000) with PC card running Linux with ACL DSP supporting H.323
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HMC - GSM Component Configuration




GSM Component Configuration
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HMC Configuration
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HMC - GSM Component Configuration
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HMC - GSM Component Configuration
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HMC Configuration Only for Quadband
Cards
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PRI Component Configuration
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HMC Configuration
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HMC - PRI Component Configuration


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VOIP Component
Configuration
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HMC - VOIP Component Configuration


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HMC - VOIP Component Configuration


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LCR Component
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Configuring groups of routing
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Matching prefixes to groups
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Allocating media connections to Groups
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Saving the total configuration
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HMC Configuration
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Testing and Monitoring
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HMC Monitoring GSM cards
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HMC Monitoring GSM cards
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HMC Monitoring GSM Cards
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HMC Monitoring PRI cards
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HMC Monitoring VOIP component
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HMC Monitoring CDRs Stored at the HG
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HMC Management
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Installation Scenarios
Two Leg Topology -
GSM/UMTS/
CDMA RUIM
Office PBX
SIP /H.323/
E1/T1/BRI
Benefits:
Eliminate fix2mobile overhead charges.
Free calls using corporate MVPN.
IOT with the leading PBX vendors.
No change to the existing communication hardware.
No change to end user dialing habits.
Multiple provider selection (GSM/UMTS/CDMA RUIM).
Always cheapest calls via corporate LCR.
Reduce international fees on mobile calls (Call back) optional.
One number (SNR) optional.
Introducing SMS into the corporate environment.
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Installation Scenarios
Three Leg Topology -
Benefits:
Eliminate fix2mobile overhead charges.
Free calls using corporate MVPN.
Backup office phone system.
IOT with the leading PBX vendors.
No change to the existing communication hardware.
No change to end user dialing habits.
Multiple provider selection (GSM/UMTS/CDMA RUIM).
Always cheapest calls via corporate LCR.
Reduce international fees on mobile calls (Call back) optional.
One number (SNR) optional.
Introducing SMS into the corporate environment.
GSM/UMTS/
CDMA RUIM
PSTN
Office
PBX/IPPBX
SIP /H.323/
E1/T1/BRI
SIP /H.323/
E1/T1/BRI
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Installation Scenarios
Four Leg Topology -
Benefits:
Eliminate fix2mobile overhead charges.
Free calls using corporate MVPN.
Backup office phone system.
IOT with the leading PBX vendors.
No change to the existing communication hardware.
No change to end user dialing habits.
Multiple provider selection (GSM/UMTS/CDMA RUIM).
Always cheapest calls via corporate LCR.
Reduce international fees on mobile calls (Call back) optional.
One number (SNR) optional.
Introducing SMS into the corporate environment.
SIP /H.323/
E1/T1/BRI
E1/T1/BRI
GSM/UMTS/
CDMA RUIM
PSTN
Office
PBX/IPPBX
IP
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