Alberto Montilla Wed, 04/01/2009 - 03:58

Dear Sir;

Typically GSM gateways are integrated in the SPA9000 voice system in two ways:

(1) Using one of the SPA400 analog line in the case of an analog-to-GSM gateway.

(2) Using one of the SPA9000 SIP trunks in the case of a VoIP-to-GSM gateway.

In both cases, the work required is on the dial plan and call routing rule, to route the call with the mobile prefixes (e.g. 6XX) to the right destination depending on the option selected.

At this moment we don't have certified any third party GSM gateway but we know of partners connecting GSM gateways to the SPA9000 Voice system.


4acami Wed, 04/01/2009 - 13:12

Thanks Alberto for your helpful answer.

May I have informations regarding partners doing SPA9000 to GSM gateway integration?



Tomas Chott Wed, 04/01/2009 - 15:10

Hello Agim !

We can help with integrate GSM gateway in SPA9000 system, now we integrated 2N products.

Now i working at step-by-step guide how connect GSM gateways to SPA9000 system.

I have tested:

2N EasyGate - analog GSM gateway (there is only one problem with long dialing, basic gateway - use with SPA400)

2N VoiceBlue SIP gateway - SIP gateway with 2-4sim slots, SIP GSM gateway, working fine in trunk mode with SPA9000 but is it expensive

For more information contact me via email tomas.chott(at)



Patrick Born Wed, 04/01/2009 - 15:16

Hi Tomas,

Thanks for your willingness to share and help others.

I appreciate your participation in the community.




Tomas Chott Wed, 04/01/2009 - 15:19

You welcome Patrick !

I must made step-by-step guide

and send sample of 2N products to Alberto or Ignacio for test and certify.

But problem is ..... TIME :-)



Patrick Born Thu, 04/02/2009 - 08:52


Very impressive. I especially like the demo panel.

Consider adding WIP310 and SPA525G too. :-)