The Cisco AS5300 is the a distinguished member of Cisco System’s award-winning family of universal access servers (that includes the Cisco 5300, 5350, 5400, 5800 and, 5850). Supporting up to 120 concurrent voice sessions or 240 modem sessions, the AS5300 must be configured for either dialup or VoIP (in which case it is limited to H323 applications), and is available in both T1 and E1 configurations.
The AS5300 exceeds standards for performance in high-traffic, real world environments by providing the ability to terminate ISDN, 56K Analog Modem, fax, and VoIP calls all on the same interface. The Cisco AS5300 universal access server delivers consistent high-density connectivity for subscribers and telecommuters connecting to the Internet and corporate intranets. Ideal for Tier 2/3 ISPs, small POPs and enterprises, the AS5300 Series supports all Service Provider voice and data applications.
After installing a VoIP feature card, a Cisco AS5300 access server can carry voice traffic over an IP network. As a PTSN gateway (Public Switched Telephone network), the AS5300 can provide a central-site termination facility for remote offices communicating across a network. By simply picking up a standard telephone headset and dialing a destination number, the VoIP enabled Access Server allows for seamless communication through the use the AS5300′s advanced feature set. Utilizing either an IP network or PBX, the AS5300 routes your call to the destination number without the need for any additional steps. For most business, this cost-saving technology provides reliable and efficient communication with minimal investment.
As only one option in the exceptional line of Cisco Access Server, the AS5300 Universal Access Server guarantees an award-winning dialup remote access server and voice-over-IP (VoIP) gateway. Read about how the Cisco AS5300 is used in the Rutgers Telcom Division.
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