Avaya G430 Gateway
Provides a cost effective , scalable, and secure platform for delivery of Avaya Aura™ Communication Manager-based IP telephony applications.
Like other Avaya GX50 series Media Gateways, it can be configured to extend Avaya Communication Manager features and applications to branch offices at the edge of the enterprise network.
The Avaya G430 Media Gateway consists of a 1.5U high, 19" rack mountable chassis with DSP resources and memory. It has three Media Module slots that host a combination of interface boards to support T1/E1, ISDN-BRI, digital or analog telephones and analog trunks. The first Media Module slot can also host an S8300 Server to provide integrated IP Telephony for standalone businesses or mission-critical survivability for branch office-deployed G430s.
Important G430 Capabilities Include:
- Built-in interfaces include two 10/100 Base-T LAN ports, one 10/100 Base-T WAN port, two USB ports, services port, Contact closure adjunct port, Compact Flash slot for additional announcements storage.
- DSP Resources are available as fixed 25 G.711/G.726 channels or 20 G.729 channels on the G430. In addition a daughterboard can be added. The daughterboard can be implemented in 10, 25/20 or 80 channel. The maximum capacity is 105 G.711, G.726 channels or 100 G.729 channels.
- The G430 supports standard Local Survivability and Enhanced Local Survivability (with S8300 Server)
- Basic routing capabilities including OSPF, RIP, and VRRP support. The G430 can also connect to an external WAN device via fixed 10/100 Ethernet WAN router port, which support traffic shaping to match data transfer rates with available WAN bandwidth.
- Enhanced Quality of Service including Dynamic Call Admission Control for improved bandwidth utilization and Respond Time Report for better WAN monitoring
- Advanced Security including VPN support, SRTP encryption, SSH/SCP, SNMP v3 support, secrets management
G430 Features and Benefits
Cost Effective Scalability
The G430 is scalable platform. Additional slots and/or DSP resources can be added to accommdate the needs of a growing branch. Slots are added with the EM200. DSP channels are added to the G430.
The G430 delivers a variety of voice survivability options to help ensure that the branch can continue to function effectively in the event of network outages. By using an S8300 Server in Local Survivable Processor (LSP) mode, full-featured IP telephony is restored quickly when the WAN link between the main S8XXX Server and the remote G430 is broken. Even without the LSP, the G430 supports Standard Local Survivability, where basic telephony features are available when the WAN link fails. In addition features such as Modem dial back up and RTR help to maintain the connectivity to the main site.
The G430 design and cost-effectiveness enables branch standardization. G430 can deployed everywhere in the small and mid-sized branches while vary in the number of slots or DSP resources.
Enhanced Security protects Sensitive Information
The G430, like other Media Gateways, helps to encrypt voice traffic and signaling over the IP network to prevent eavesdropping. In addition, the G430 supports advanced security features such as comprehensive secrets management, SSH/SCP and SMNP v3 so network managers can securely configure and manage the G430.