Key Features
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Today, with expanding business horizons, communication has emerged as a life-line for business sustenance. Communication that is seamless, faster and cost effective is what the new-age businesses need. Emergence of new telecom networks and the advantages they offer have encouraged organizations to re-consider their existing telecommunication network usage. They need an access to crucial omnipresent telecom networks mainly VoIP, GSM and POTS to avail the benefit of cost, convenience and quality of Service. For instance, an organization with POTS communication backbone, needs connectivity to VoIP and GSM networks or a business communicating through IP based platform, needs to connect to GSM and POTS network. However, not all businesses are equipped with telecom infrastructure flexible enough to access these networks. On the other hand replacing their existing telephony can be a costly affair. Under such circumstances a solution that offers connectivity to these networks using existing communication infrastructure, is the need of the hour for any business.

Matrix presents SETU VGFX- The Single-box Gateway solution, offering seamless connectivity between VoIP, GSM and POTS (FXO and FXS) networks. SETU VGFX supports flexible and intelligent call routing options to ensure that communication always happens through the most cost effective network.

Let Matrix SETU VGFX be your bridge to the new world of diverse telephony!

SETU VGFX allows seamless connection between the VoIP, GSM and POTS network. On VoIP side, it supports (SIP based) IP interface, allowing it to connect to any existing IP network. On the GSM side, it supports Quad-band GSM operation, allowing it to work with any GSM network. On the POTS side, both FXS and/or FXO interfaces are supported. Incoming call from one network can be routed to another destination using an appropriate network, depending on the destination number dialed. Likewise, outgoing calls from FXS port will be routed through an appropriate network, depending on the destination number dialed. It can handle calls on all the ports simultaneously allowing full traffic.

Key Features

Allowed and Denied Numbers

SETU VGFX offers flexibility to allow and deny the dialing of a particular number or a set of numbers. The denied list restricts a user to dial a number programmed in the denied list.

Automatic Number Translation

This feature allows the Gateway to translate the number string dialed by the user to a format compatible with the network through which the call is to be routed. So, the user can dial numbers freely without worrying about the network through which the call will be routed.

Call Progress Tones and Rings

The Gateway offers flexibility of programming call progress tones and ring cadence to match the standards of the country of installation. Country Specific Call Progress tones like Dial Tone, Ring Back Tone, and Busy Tone etc. can also be programmed.

Caller Line Identification and Presentation (CLIP)

SETU VGFX can provide Caller Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) on FXS ports. Analog CLIP protocols such as DTMF, FSK ITU-T V.23 and FSK Bellcore 202A are supported by the Gateway.

CLI based Authentication

A caller can be authenticated from the CLI presented on SETU VGFX. When a call lands on the network ports of the Gateway, it detects the CLI, verifies its authenticity and routes to the predefined destination.

Call Detail Record (CDR)

SETU VGFX can store details of 2000 calls in its memory. Call reports can be generated using filters like source port, destination port, calling number, called number, date, time and duration.

Day Light Saving

The Real Time clock (RTC) of the Gateway, adjusts automatically to be in tune with the Day Light Saving requirements of the country of installation.


The Gateway offers FXO port to connect the PSTN network and route incoming calls to VoIP, GSM or FXS network and vice-versa. It can also be used to connect extension of a PBX to network two PBX over VoIP.

International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI)

IMEI number is a unique 15-digit code used by SETU VGFX to identify a GSM device. The Gateway uses IMEI numbers to identify its GSM Ports. This number also helps to associate a GSM port of SETU VGFX with a particular GSM network.

Mobile Network Selection

This feature enables the selection of a GSM network automatically or manually. Automatic network selection allows the Gateway to select the available network every time it is powered-on. While, the Manual network selection mode provides user with the option to select a desired network.

Network Port Parameters

Web Jeeves of SETU VGFX provides a configuration menu to program its network port parameters to match the LAN addressing scheme of the installation site. Parameters such as IP address, subnet mask, connection type, etc., can also be programmed through a telephone instrument connected to the system.
Featured List
Allowed and Denied Numbers Attended/Blind Call Transfer
Automatic Number Translation Answer and Disconnect Signaling on FXS Port
Answer and Disconnect Supervision on FXO Port Call Detail Record
Call Progress Tones Caller Line Identification and Presentation (CLIP)
Conference CLI on FXS Port
CLI based Authentication Day Light Saving
Date and Time Settings Day Light Saving Mode
Default the Configuration (System Default) Destination Number Determination Method
Destination Port Determination Method Digest Authentication
Do Not Disturb Emergency Number Dialing
Fax over IP (T.38 and Pass-Through) Hotline
International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI)
MAC Cloning NAT and STUN Support
Peer-to-Peer Calling Table PIN Authentication
PPPoE Prefix to Domain Name Conversion
Programmable Access Codes Quad-Band Support
Remote Held (SIP Accounts Only) Remote Transfer (SIP Accounts Only)
Returned Call to Original Caller (RCOC) SIM Balance Inquiry and Recharge
Speech Gain Setting SIM PIN
System Log Client Supplementary Services
  • Call Forward
  • Call Hold
  • Call Waiting
Web based Programming VLAN Tagging