Overall Satisfaction with Cisco Unified Border Element (CUBE)
Cisco Unified Border Element is being used as a primary PSTN circuit across the whole organization. We have HA (High Availability) with redundant ITSP providers distributed across 2 locations for 100% availability.
- Call accounting (Integration with 3rd party applications for ease of use and comprehensive CDR's)
- Address hiding (Keeping your internal network secure with PSTN calls)
- Internetworking between multiple protocols
- SIP profiles (message/header customization)
- Billing, cost counting
- Syntax input should be easier to read and write. For I.E: voice, translations are similar to SED (Stream Editor). Sometimes regular expression is hard to understand for new users.
- Virtual Cube software stability
- Cube redundancy setup (defining control interfaces, tracks, setting thresholds and reloads). Redundancy setup should be an automated process, where a user can initiate a setup wizard and then just input key information such as the IP address of Cubes and the exclusive IP address, etc.
I've been using Cube for years and I like the way Cube handles a call. Minimum administration required once everything is set up correctly.
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