A device, such as a Cisco router, that keeps track of available WAN bandwidth and permits or denies call attempts based on the available WAN bandwidth.
A router that converts back and forth between a VoIP network and another type of telephony network (such as a PBX or the PSTN network).
The act of picking up a phone before it rings in an attempt to make a phone call and realizing someone else is on the other end of the line.
A measurement indicating the acceptable percentage of rejected calls during the busiest hour of the day.
Lets a phone switch know a phone went off-hook by applying a ground potential to the ring lead.