ManageEngine Adds H.323 Support to Its VoIP Quality Monitoring

AdventNet announces support for monitoring of H.323 protocol based VoIP traffic with the release of VQManager 6.1. ManageEngine VQManager now monitors VoIP environments that use SIP, Cisco SCCP or H.323 protocols for call signaling and RTP or RTCP protocols for media transfer.

VQManager's added support for the legacy H.323 protocol ensures complete and extensive coverage of VoIP equipment vendors & protocols and enhances IT administrator productivity by providing a single interface for complete VoIP network monitoring. VQManager now supports VoIP systems from vendors such as Cisco, Asterisk, 3Com, Avaya, Grandstream, 3CX, Polycom and many other vendors who support SIP, Cisco SCCP or H.323.

ManageEngine VQManager is a VoIP quality monitoring software solution built with monitoring, alerting, reporting and archiving functions to help the Network Administrator keep VoIP services up and optimized. As with all ManageEngine solutions' focus on ease-of-use, VQManager's simple, intuitive graphical user interface has extensive drill-down options for easy & complete understanding, correlation and analysis of VoIP call QoS & call traffic. The software's call centric approach to VoIP monitoring ensures every attempted call is kept track of, giving comprehensive insights on Answer to Seizure Ratio, VoIP traffic trends, call quality trends, bandwidth utilization and overall VoIP network health.

Key feature additions in VQManager 6.1:
  • Real-time monitoring of H.323, Cisco SCCP (Skinny) and SIP based calls
  • Concurrent calls reporting
  • Quick drill-down from VoIP QoS & MOS graphs
  • Configuration wizard for quick & easy set-up
  • Full support for Cisco CallManager 6.x environments
ManageEngine VQManager is available as a downloadable file for both Windows and Linux platforms. A 30-day fully functional, professional edition is available for evaluation from the website.

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Posted on Jul 31, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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