Versions Compared

Key

  • This line was added.
  • This line was removed.
  • Formatting was changed.

...

  • Presence status of users and internal communication free of charge (pay only for Internet connection)

  • No limit on the number of users in WMS Network

  • Users database resides on a distributed LDAP server; each user added to the system is immediately visible and can be contacted by other users of the system

  • Roaming profile: users can move between the sites of the company while keeping the same number and user preferences

  • One PBX in the network is assigned as the Server: any change that take place on a Client PBX first is passed to the Server and then from the Server to other Clients

  • Auto sync of users, call groups and ACL configuration between the PBXs in the WMS Network allows for significant time savings on configuration and maintenance

  • Direct peer-to-peer communication between PBXs, in case direct connection between two Clients is impossible, they can use Server as a proxy

  • WMS Survivability: continuity of internal and external calls in case one PBX in the network (including the Server) becomes unavailable

  • WMS Auto-recovery: in case of Server failure, another PBX in the WMS Network dynamically takes up all the functions of the Server

  • Local survivability: a Client disconnected from the network continues to operate, but without the possibility to receive the users database updates

  • Each PBX has its own local lines, users, IVRs and Dialplan procedures, however it’s possible to set up the Dialplan to route calls via a different PBX in the WMS Network, thus using its local lines (even in a different country

  • Up to 1000 nodes in WMS 5 (256 in WMS 4)
  • Up to 5000 users on one PBX in WMS 5 (1000 in WMS 4)
  • Up to 500 concurrent calls
  • Up to 100k users in WMS network
PDF avoid Pagebreak

Server and Client configuration

...