10 reasons why businesses should
incorporate NAT traversal into their VoIP or internet
Increased penetration of broadband Internet is driving the
adoption of voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) both for
consumer and business markets, propelling VoIP to be the
preferred mode of communications. High quality multimedia
communications along with rich presence, universal mobility and
availability, and lower cost are some of the benefits VoIP
brings to end-users. For operators, it promises new revenues
from new and converged services, service bundling, increased
customer loyalty, and lower capital and operation expenses by
building and running a single IP-based network for all
Ironically, the main driving force behind VoIP adoption also
poses one of the biggest challenges – VoIP calls do not work
well in many broadband situations for NATs and Firewalls break
VoIP. For this reason Eyeball Networks assembled a top 10 list
of reasons why businesses should incorporate Eyeball’s
AnyFirewall solution into their VoIP or internet communication
100% traversal of NATs, UPnP gateways, firewalls and
Most comprehensive implementation of the IETF standards
STUN, TURN and ICE.
Minimal scalability costs with near 100% peer-to-peer
media transport in UDP networks.
Fast call setup and low delay media transport.
Works with 3rd party signaling stacks (SIP, XMPP etc.)
and media engines.
Available in multiple platforms including Windows,
Linux. Pocket PC and other embedded platforms.
Complete solution comprising of client-side SDK and
scalable carrier-grade server.
Small footprint suitable for web and embedded
Field proven over several years with various router
models and vendors.
Enables NAT traversal into any VoIP application, service
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