HYPERWALL

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The OptiLogix HyperWall network controlled devices provide powerful features for building next-generation fraud detection and prevention systems for PBX's that are connected to Basic Rate or Primary Rate ISDN trunks. HyperWall devices can also be used for real-time Call Centre quality monitoring.

NETWORK CONTROLLED TDM FIREWALL

Each unit combines a compact form factor with very low power consumption resulting in unmatched reliability. Embedded DSP's for D-channel decoding, voice processing and IP packet streaming. D-channel signalling supports Call Setup, Connect, Clear, DDI number and CLI number decoding. Supports all major ISDN variants, Q.SIG, DASS-2 and DPNSS.

Generic IP stream format (the OptiLogix HyperStream open format) for using HyperWall devices with your own Windows or Linux based call-accounting / fraud-management software.

HyperWall devices offer real-time monitoring and unlike conventional CDR/SMDR based solutions, which simply examine switch call records after the fact, HyperWall fraud detection and prevention devices can continuously stream telecoms meta-data in real-time. Once an attack is detected by your call-accounting / fraud-management system, an instruction can be sent to the HyperWall device to drop the ISDN trunk.

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Properties iconFEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Compact aluminium box with telecoms interfaces and 10/100 Mbit/s Ethernet port
  • Non intrusive and undetectable high impedance passive monitoring
  • Dialled number and Caller ID signalling support Digital Signal Processors for voice streaming and on-board D-channel protocol processing Models for PRI-ISDN, T1-ISDN, BRI-ISDN
  • Protocol support for all major ISDN variants, Q.SIG, DASS-2 and DPNSS
  • Based on the OptiLogix V32 DSP architecture for unmatched performance and reliability
  • Remote TCP/IP accessibility for system configuration, FLASH memory upgrading
  • Fully stand-alone embedded operation
  • 64kbit/s A-law for streaming audio snap-shots
  • Remote controlled dropping of ISDN trunk
  • CE, FCC and RoHS2 compliance