MEX, Mobile Extension, is a service needed in the PBX to provide mobile users with the same functionalities as fixed phone users have. While a true MEX service increases the customer experience of the mobile PBX significantly, it brings other key benefits too. But what exactly is MEX, how does
Author: Carl Wickbom
Network Address Translation (NAT)/Network Address and Port Translation (NAPT) and NAT Traversal are central in any real-time voice and/or video (VoIP) communications. The possibility to communicate end-to-end across private and public networks is crucial in most voice and video use cases. This blog post explains the role of NAT/NAPT and
A SIP server has a central role in any modern voice or video communications infrastructure. The tasks are many and each of them is crucial for a reliable end-to-end communication. In this blog post we explain what a SIP server is, how it works and why it is such a
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