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Use Case - RTP OSPF
Use Case - RTP OSPF

Your network can be anywhere in the world – causing it to have variable performance in various places. Our cloud infrastructure enables media routing (RTP) using the lowest possible latency – always!

RTP OSPF (Open Shortest Path First)

RTP (Video/Audio) is highly sensitive to network latency. Ensuring your customers always use the shortest possible network path is an ongoing challenge. Cloudonix’s global network enables your service to optimise your RTP routing, without adding complexity to your network – regardless when your core media is located.

Engineering First

Use our command line tool to rapidly control your network, without needing to access any web UI or computer program. The ability to respond rapidly to a changing infrastructure is an advantage – CLI tools make sure you are to do so.

Optimal Relaying

Our network of globally located media processors (RTP servers) enable us to bounce media packets dynamically across the globe. Dynamically allocating a shortest path for a call’s RTP stream, based on analyzing the RTP stream in real-time.

Any Codec, Any Transport

Connect with any industry standard codec (pcmu, pcma, g729, g723, gsmfr), web Codecs (opus, speex) and any transport method (udp, tcp, tls). You can easily process calls on any transport using any codec – and connect between them.

Start for FREE

Get up to 250 calls per month – FREE. There are no setup fees, no per-minute fees or other hidden fees. Enjoy our #slack channel for community support as you integrate Web-2-Call services.

Integration Workflow

Integrating Cloudonix Web Calling is a fairly simple process. We recommend using our command line tool to ease the operation. To do so, please follow the following steps:

Step 1: Install cloudonix-cli tool

$ npm install -g @cloudonix.io/cloudonix-cli

Additional information about the Cloudonix CLI tool can be found here.

Step 2: Setup your Cloudonix Credentials

$ cloudonix-cli config set --apikey=your_api_key --domain=your_cloudonix_default_domain

This step will configure your cloudonix-cli tool with your provided Cloudonix platform credentials.

Step 3: Setup SIP trunks to and from your network

$ cloudonix-cli trunks wizard

This step will allow you to configure outbound and inbound trunks to your existing network. Depending on the case, you can create the following:

  1. Inbound DID numbers to your network
    Setup an inbound trunk from your DID provider and an outbound trunk to your existing network
  2. Outbound termination to a remote network
    Setup an outbound trunk to your termination provider and an inbound trunk from your existing network

You can create more complex routing logic using our programmable APIs and build full LCR implementations as well.

Step 4: Allow your domain to setup Border-2-Border calls

$ cloudonix-cli domains config --set --pair=allowed-border --value=true

All external SIP trunk should be connected to the border.cloudonix.io border gateway. By default, Cloudonix will not allow calls to flow between border handled calls. By setting the allowed-border profile setting to true – your domain will allow calls to be routed between border connected SIP trunks.

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Schedule your demo today!

Media optimization and transcoding is both complex and expensive. As your network grows and multiple vendors platforms connect, new codecs are introduced. Cloudonix can reduce your transcoding infrastructure, by off-loading your transcoding resources to the Cloudonix global network.

Use the calendar box to schedule your meeting with a telecom expert – and learn more about how Cloudonix can massively expand your network and reduce your costs.