Real-Time Carrier Routing based Quality and Price
With our INtellECT® Carrier Routing, the route selection is always in REAL TIME providing the rerouting immediately in case of any problem. You can select incoming carriers based on service keys, IP address/domain or IP Ports and outgoing carriers using class of service, whitelists, black lists or prefixes available in the layered network routing tables. Select the optimal route for your outgoing traffic based on least cost routing (LCR), quality, route congestion, minutes of use or any external KPI.
Design Rules Graphically
You design and change your routing rules graphically using our web-based Visual Rule Builder (VRB). It’s all done using predefined icons arranged in a “tree” with simple drag and drop. No programming skills are required. VRB not only provides graphical block for route selection but also for time based routing, traffic distribution on ratio and quota, and decisions on incoming signaling parameters etc. You can design rules using our embedded Java script editor as well. And of course, you can send alarms via the VRB if any anomaly detected.
Route incoming traffic efficiently whether it is from legacy TDM, INAP CS1/CS2, CAMEL, MTP1/2/3, MAP or from IMS or NGIN using SIP. In legacy networks route the calls based on CPC, bearer capability or area code etc. In SIP, for example, do the routing based on any combination of calling party number, domain, destination number, route header, SIP method as well as on SIP headers and header parameters. Route the traffic to any IP address or FQDN.
Fraud on network traffic can give you a big headache, to say the least. Use the sophisticated fraud prevention mechanism embedded in our solution to prevent in real time scam calls from same CLIs, range of CLIs, same destination to avoid Denial of Service (DOS) attack or sudden burst of calls. Other attacks like sending huge number of calls to your premium numbers, any breach to the thresholds of calls to certain numbers or off net calls with the A-number of operator can also be prevented.