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Table of Contents

FortiVoice Phone System Administration Guide

Managing FortiVoice gateways, local survivability, and firmware

A managed gateway is one of the FortiVoice Gateways that either contains FXS, FXO, or PRI ports that handles calls for the FortiVoice phone system. Gateway Management enables auto-discovery of other FortiVoice gateways on the network and offers remote device management from a centralized FortiVoice phone system. Gateways will still need to be configured for network setting and administrator passwords, but all other configurations will be received from the FortiVoice unit.

For information on gateway auto-discovery, see Viewing unmanaged gateways.

FVE-100E and larger systems can manage gateways.

FVE models and supported number of managed gateways

Model

Number of managed gateways supported

FVE-100E, FVE-100F, and FVE-VM-100

5

FVE-200F and FVE-VM-200

5

FVE-300E

10

FVE-500E, FVE-500F, and FVE-VM-500

15

FVE-1000E and FVE-VM-1000

25

FVE-2000E, FVE-2000F and FVE-VM-2000

50

FVE-3000E and FVE-VM-3000

50

FVE-5000F and FVE-VM-5000

100

FVE-VM-10000

100

FVE-VM-20000

100

FVE-VM-50000

200

The FortiVoice Local Survivable solution is designed to provide branch resiliency for centralized deployments with multi-sites. It is delivered and supported by a selected line of enterprise-class appliances through a firmware upgrade and enables system administrators to seamlessly connect multiple locations with an easy-to-deploy solution.

Firmware of the FortiVoice units and FortiFone phones can be managed in a single place.

This topic includes:

Managing FortiVoice gateways, local survivability, and firmware

A managed gateway is one of the FortiVoice Gateways that either contains FXS, FXO, or PRI ports that handles calls for the FortiVoice phone system. Gateway Management enables auto-discovery of other FortiVoice gateways on the network and offers remote device management from a centralized FortiVoice phone system. Gateways will still need to be configured for network setting and administrator passwords, but all other configurations will be received from the FortiVoice unit.

For information on gateway auto-discovery, see Viewing unmanaged gateways.

FVE-100E and larger systems can manage gateways.

FVE models and supported number of managed gateways

Model

Number of managed gateways supported

FVE-100E, FVE-100F, and FVE-VM-100

5

FVE-200F and FVE-VM-200

5

FVE-300E

10

FVE-500E, FVE-500F, and FVE-VM-500

15

FVE-1000E and FVE-VM-1000

25

FVE-2000E, FVE-2000F and FVE-VM-2000

50

FVE-3000E and FVE-VM-3000

50

FVE-5000F and FVE-VM-5000

100

FVE-VM-10000

100

FVE-VM-20000

100

FVE-VM-50000

200

The FortiVoice Local Survivable solution is designed to provide branch resiliency for centralized deployments with multi-sites. It is delivered and supported by a selected line of enterprise-class appliances through a firmware upgrade and enables system administrators to seamlessly connect multiple locations with an easy-to-deploy solution.

Firmware of the FortiVoice units and FortiFone phones can be managed in a single place.

This topic includes: