Take advantage of maximum scalability, bandwidth savings and low latency by having NATPass™ performing Voip Media release or Media Path Optimization (MPO). RTP flows directly between endpoints.
NATPass™ was designed thinking in that different customers or ITSPs have different needs. When combining the different modes offered you have a matrix of options. The operating modes are based on how you want to handle connections to SIP proxy/registrars in NATPass™.
Most of ITSPs or enterprises might want to take advantage of maximum scalability and bandwidth savings and have NATPass™ performing Voip Media release or Media Path Optimization (MPO). However, there might be some cases in which NATPass™ is configured in Full mode when you want to bridge the media to have tight control or for call interception requirements. In some cases you might want NATPass™ work with your only one FQDN or IP address where your voip server resides, in that case you’ll restrict packets going to only one server or ITSP.
In some other scenarios in which there are multiple Proxy/Registrars or multiple ITSPs that need to share the same Session Border Controller, NATPass™ can be configured as a Multi-homed NAT traversal or Session Border Controller and work with several SIP servers. Of course, real time reports on active accounts or calls going to each ITSP or server can be obtained thru NATPass™ monitoring tool. Multi-homed mode or not, you can always choose MPO or Full mode for each of the SIP servers NATPass™ is working with.
Operating modes based on call release option can be: Call release mode and Full mode. One of the main advantages of NATPass™ is its ability to release media stream or perform Media Path Optimization (MPO). It can be configured in Call Release Mode to achieve maximum performance, reduce bandwidth and improve audio quality by reducing packets delay.