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Total Access 900/900e Quick Comparison Matrix

Total Access 900/900e Quick Comparison Matrix

Total Access 900/900e Quick Comparison Matrix

Chassis

Part Number

WAN T1

TDM Voice T1//DSX-1

Analog FXS & FXO Interfaces

Ethernet Interfaces

Max Simultaneous TDM to IP Conversions

Max  Simultaneous Calls On a SIP Trunk

Max SIP Trunks

Max T.38 Sessions

Memory

Flash

Total Access 900e 3nd Gen

908e 3rd Gen

4243908F2

1-4*

1-4*

8-FXS + 1-FXO

1-GigE + 2-10/100

60

100

12

30

512 MB

128MB

908e 3rd Gen (30-CH DSP)

4243908F5

1-4*

1-4*

8-FXS + 1-FXO

1-GigE + 2-10/100

30

100

12

30

512 MB

128MB

916e 3rd Gen

4243916F2

1-4*

1-4*

16-FXS + 1-FXO

1-GigE + 2-10/100

60

100

12

30

512 MB

128MB

916e 3rd Gen (30-CH DSP)

4243916F5

1-4*

1-4*

16-FXS + 1-FXO

1-GigE + 2-10/100

30

100

12

30

512 MB

128MB

924e 3rd Gen

4243924F2

1-4*

1-4*

24-FXS + 1-FXO

1-GigE + 2-10/100

60

100

12

30

512 MB

128MB

924e 3rd Gen (30-CH DSP)

4243924F5

1-4*

1-4*

24-FXS + 1-FXO

1-GigE + 2-10/100

30

100

12

30

512 MB

128MB

924e 3rd Gen (16-FXS  9-FXO)

4243924F3

1-4*

1-4*

16-FXS + 9-FXO

1-GigE + 2-10/100

60

100

12

30

512 MB

128MB

Total Access 900e 2nd Gen

908e 2nd Gen

4242908L1

1-4#

1-2#

8-FXS + 1-FXO

2-10/100

60

84

12

4

128 MB

32MB

908e 2nd Gen (30-CH DSP)

4242908L5

1-4##

1-2##

8-FXS + 1-FXO

2-10/100

30

84

12

4

128 MB

32MB

916e 2nd Gen

4242916L1

1-4#

1-2#

16-FXS + 1-FXO

2-10/100

60

84

12

4

128 MB

32MB

916e 2nd Gen (30-CH DSP)

4242916L5

1-4##

1-2##

16-FXS + 1-FXO

2-10/100

30

84

12

4

128 MB

32MB

924e 2nd Gen

4242924L1

1-4#

1-2#

24-FXS + 1-FXO

2-10/100

60

84

12

4

128 MB

32MB

924e 2nd Gen (30-CH DSP)

4242924L5

1-4##

1-2##

24-FXS + 1-FXO

2-10/100

30

84

12

4

128 MB

32MB

924e 2nd Gen (16-FXS  9-FXO)

4242924L2

1-4#

1-2#

16-FXS + 9-FXO

2-10/100

60

84

12

4

128 MB

32MB

Total Access 900 2nd Gen

904 2nd Gen

4212904L1

1

1

4-FXS

1-10/100

30

42

3

4

64 MB

32MB

908 2nd Gen

4212908L1

1

1

8-FXS

1-10/100

30

42

3

4

64 MB

32MB

912 2nd Gen

4212912L1

1

1

12-FXS

1-10/100

30

42

3

4

64 MB

32MB

916 2nd Gen

4212916L1

1

1

16-FXS

1-10/100

30

42

3

4

64 MB

32MB

924 2nd Gen

4212924L1

1

1

24-FXS

1-10/100

30

42

3

4

64 MB

32MB

     * The TA 900e 3rd Gen series have 4 T1 interfaces and any of the 4 interfaces may be used for WAN data T1 termination using PPP/MLPPP or FR/MLFR.  Any of the 4 T1 ports may be configured for TDM Voice (User Role & Networks Role) for Terminating T1/PRI or emulating T1/PRI toward a customer’s PBX. The simultaneous TDM to IP calls are limited to the DSP resources of the model.  See the "Max Simultaneous TDM to IP Conversions" column for the DSP resources of that particular model.

    

   # The TA 900e 2nd Gen series have 4 T1 interfaces and all 4 interfaces may be used for WAN data T1 termination using MLPPP/MLFR.  Ports 3 and 4 are configurable for TDM Voice (User Role & Networks Role) for Terminating T1/PRI or emulating T1/PRI toward a customer’s PBX.  Therefore the TA 900e 2nd Gen units can emulate 2 T1/PRI circuits and support calls on all DS0s for those circuits simultaneously.


     ##The TA 900e 2nd (30-Channel DSP) versions have 4 T1 interfaces and all 4 interfaces may be used for WAN data T1 termination using MLPPP/MLFR. Either Ports 3 or 4 are configurable for TDM Voice (User Role & Networks Role) for Terminating T1/PRI or emulating T1/PRI toward a customer’s PBX.  However, with this special 30-Channel DSP version, only one of the two ports can be configured for voice.  That said, the TA 900e 2nd (30-Channel DSP) versions support only 1 T1/PRI circuit.


     The TA 900 series only has 1 WAN T1 port for data termination and one DSX-1 for T1/PRI emulation toward the customer PBX.   These ports are in a fixed configuration and cannot be programmed to operate in any other fashion.  The Ethernet port may be used as a LAN or WAN interface depending on customer requirements.

     Both units can support analog and T1/PRI calls simultaneously, but the max simultaneous TDM to IP conversions number still applies.  The Max Simultaneous Calls On a SIP Trunk number indicates the maximum number of SIP calls that can be active at any given time over a SIP trunk.  Available bandwidth may limit this number.

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