VoIP Routing

The routing system is designed to be the core of the traffic exchange intelligence in terms of assuring maximum profit, quality or quality/price ratio generation. 

M2 Class 4 Softswitch and MOR Class 5 Softswitch Routing highlights:

  • Routing by LCR (Least Cost Routing)
  • Routing by Priority (Forced/preference routing)
  • Routing by Preset Proportion (Percentage based routing)
  • Routing by Quality (Adaptive Routing based on ASR/ACD formula)
  • Routing by CallerID (Origination based routing, EU requirement)
  • Routing according to the time period
  • Mobile Number Portability support
  • Originator authentication based on IP address, user/password, caller ID, PIN code, DID number, tech. prefix
  • Traffic failover
  • Load balancing/sharing for termination endpoints
  • Multiple routing plans
  • Automatic blockage of unprofitable calls (Profit/loss protection)
  • Lines limits for originators and terminators
  • Maximum call time limitation
  • Unlimited Supplier (Vendor/Provider) Connections
  • The dialed number and CLI manipulation. Normalization of number format
  • Blacklists, white lists, integration with custom database
  • Custom processing of SIP Headers
  • Test Dialplan tool – Call routing simulator/debugger
  • The route to client PBXs by IP addresses – Trunking


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