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ZTE TrueMeet Traversal Server FTS2000

  • Product Description
    The FTS2000 is a type of service software, which is installed on the traversal server of the video conferencing network and used to traverse the network boundary. It supports H.460, ICE and ALG protocols to enable the H.323 and SIP video conferencing systems to become more secure, to easily traverse the network equipment in the IP network such as firewalls and NATs, and to successfully utilize video conferencing applications.   
    Product Appearance

    ● Standard protocol support for extensive applicability 
    The FTS2000 supports the standard H.460, ICE, and ALG protocols so that the video conferencing network can use the FTS2000 network boundary traversal service while keeping the original security policy. Meanwhile, the FTS2000 can also establish a new network based on the 3rd party video conferencing infrastructure to traverse the firewall to convene a video conference.    
    ● Pure software design for convenience and investment saving  
    The FTS2000, as a type of firewall traversal software, can be installed on the universal server so that the user can deploy the network by using the existing servers.  
    ● Multiple NAT adaptation modes for flexible networking  
    The FTS2000 supports the H.460 server, ICE, ALG, and static NAT capabilities. Therefore, it can be deployed in the Internet, firewall DMZ, and private network.  
    ● Port multiplexing technology for system security  
    The FTS2000 supports multiplexing the signaling ports and media ports. When multiple terminals traverse the firewall, both the signaling port and media port can be multiplexed so that the firewall can open as few ports as possible to enhance security of the video conferencing system.  
    Application scenarios
    The FTS2000 is used to convene a video conference across different networks, such as across the public network and private network or across multiple different private networks.