Sangoma, founded in 1984, is a Canadian based leading manufacturer of hardware and software components in the VoIP market. Today we are going to un-box and have a quick look at the Sangoma Vega Gateway range and explain the differences between the Sangoma Vega Gateway products.

The Sangoma Vega series is available in five separate models and offers a range of IP-to-TDM stand-alone gateway devices, designed to bridge different technologies easily and cost-effectively. 

The Sangoma Vega  VoIP Gateway range supports ISDN BRI and PRI, FXS, FXO  line codes and protocols for installations ideal for small businesses to large enterprises and carriers. 

Sangoma are continuing to develop on Vega range and during a recent interview with VoIP uncovered, Simon Horton, the company’s UK General Manager and Director of Product Management said:

We’re working really hard right now on developing our next generation of gateways. Our roadmap includes new versions that will have different product entities. On the digital side, we’re working from fractional E1 right up to 8 trunks of E1, so 240 simultaneous calls. On the high density analog side, the Sangoma Vega 5000 Gateway, we are looking at 24 to 50 analogue ports with different technical capabilities to address two markets: One lower cost with fewer capabilities and a more feature-rich, more flexible model. Incidentally, we see really good traction on high-density gateways in emerging markets, where analog telephony is prevalent and very cost effective”

Sangoma Vega 50 Gateway

The Sangoma Vega 50 enables you to connect your old legacy analog equipment such as PBXs, ISDN telephones, the ISDN, analog phones & the PSTN to IP networks.

The Sangoma Vega 50 can be purchased in seven different models all with separate FXO, FXS and BRI channel configurations.


  • x 4 FXS + 2 FXO
  • x 8 FXS + 2 FXO
  • x 4 FXO
  • x 8 FXO


  • x 2 BRI interfaces (4 channels)
  • x 4 BRI interfaces (8 channels)

Sangoma Vega 100 Gateway

The Sangoma Vega 100 VoIP gateway enables digital telephony equipment to connect IP networks with a single E1/T1 interface. The Vega 100 is available as one single unit.

Sangoma Vega 100 Features:

  • Fixed Configuration of 30 VoIP Calls
  • Built-in E1/ T1 Resilience
  • Voice, FAX and Modem Support
  • Flexible Call Routing for Fallback and Least Cost Routing
  • Emergency PSTN Backup
  • Interoperability with a Wide Range of Legacy and IP Equipment

Sangoma Vega Gateway

Sangoma Vega 200 Gateway

Using a dual E1/T1 interface, you can connect digital telephony equipment to IP networks with the Sangoma Vega 200 VoIP gateway.

The Vega 200 gateway supports the following signalling schemes:

  • NI1, NI2, AT&T 5ESS, DMS100
  • ISO QSIG Basic Call & QSIG feature transparency
  • Channel Associated Signalling (CAS)

Sangoma Vega 400 Gateway

The Sangoma Vega 400 gateway allows connections of digital telephony equipment to IP networks.  

The Sangoma Vega 400 Gateway comes in Six models with T1/E1 models, the models range from 8 channels, 16 channels, 30 channels, 60 channels, 90 channels and 120 channels.

  • Enterprise VoIP networking
  • PSTN trunking for IP-PBXs
  • Enterprise IP telephony gateway

Sangoma Vega 5000 Gateway

Finally we take a brief look at the Sangoma Vega 5000 Gateway, that can be purchased in six model types which range from 8 – 120 Channels. The Vega 5000 analog gateways are available with 16, 24, 32, or 50 FXS ports (for connection to standard analog telephones) & 2 FXO ports (for connection to PSTN telephone lines or a PBX). Like the other Sangoma models, the Vega 500 enables connection of Digital telephony equipment to IP networks.

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