SonicOS/X 7 VoIP

VoIP Network

  • VoIP over Wireless LAN (WLAN) - SonicWall extends complete VoIP security to attached wireless networks with its Distributed Wireless Solution. All of the security features provided to VoIP devices attached to a wired network behind a SonicWall are also provided to VoIP devices using a wireless network.

    SonicWall’s Secure Wireless Solution includes the network enablers to extend secure VoIP communications over wireless networks.

  • Bandwidth Management (BWM) and Quality-of-Service (QoS) - Bandwidth management (both ingress and egress) can be used to ensure that bandwidth remains available for time-sensitive VoIP traffic. BWM is integrated into SonicWall Quality of Service (QoS) features to provide predictability that is vital for certain types of applications.
  • WAN Redundancy and Load Balancing - WAN redundancy and load balancing allows for an interface to act as a secondary WAN port. This secondary WAN port can be used in a simple active/passive setup, where traffic is only routed through it if the primary WAN port is down or unavailable. Load balancing can be performed by splitting the routing of traffic based on destination.
  • High Availability - High availability is provided by SonicOS/X high availability, which ensures reliable, continuous connectivity in the event of a system failure.

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