The following table lists the primary functional differences between the SBC Core models in this release.
= Not supported
|SBC SWe (Virtual)||SBCSWe (Cloud)|
|SBC 5400||SBC 7000 Series||VMware with
Fax transcoded calls:
|Refer to Fax Over IP.|
GW-GW signaling / Gateway signaling support
|Refer to Configuring Gateways (Features Guide), Zone - Gw Trunk Group (EMA), Zone - GW Trunk Group - CLI.|
|Refer to SBC Core Redundancy for details.
|Physical link detection|
Maximum number of call legs
|1/2 of UDP media port range||1/2 of UDP media port range||
(Refer to SBC SWe Performance Metrics)
Two examples assuming 64,000 media port range:
(Refer to SBC Provisioning Limits for details).
SIP Trunk Group profiles:
|Refer to SBC Provisioning Limits for details.|
|1K||Maximum number varies based on server hardware where VM is deployed and VM vCPUs / memory configuration||
SBC 7000 4K/40K example:
Standby packet port support
|(See note below)||Refer to SBC Core Redundancy for details.|
|DTMF detection (NP-based)|
|Geographical Redundancy (GRHA)||
Refer to SBC Core Redundancy details.
|Refer to N:1 Redundancy Architecture for details.|
|Maximum number of call legs||1/2 of UDP media port range||1/2 of UDP media port range||Based on number of IP addresses per
interface and UDP media port range
SBC SWe Performance Metrics
|Direct I/O Support||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|UC (Video, BFCP, Content Share)|
|SIP over SCTP|
|Network Wide Licensing|