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PBX connected via SIP

If your Private Branch Exchange is connected to a SIP-Provider or SIP-Trunk

PBX connected via PSTN

Calls are transmitted analog

Protect Single Devices

define which devices need to get protected

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Supported PBX Configurations

SIP (Session Initial Protocol) evolved over the last ten to fifteen years to become the standard communication protocol for voice telephony over the Internet. As a result, all modern PBXs, communication networks and phone devices, including smartphones, use and support this protocol. Oculeus-Protect focuses on this protocol and provides the protection for calls of SIP based PBXs or devices to SIP Provider, SIP Trunks or even PSTN lines (legacy telephony networks).

Currently Oculeus-Protect supports the following configurations:

  1. PBX (SIP IP-based) connected to a voice telephony service provider via SIP IP
  2. PBX (SIP IP-based) connected to a voice telephony service provider via PSTN
  3. Devices connected to a virtual PBX (SIP IP-based) of a voice telephony service provider and grouped to a company

PBX connected via SIP

How does it work

  1. A call request from your registered device is being sent to your PBX.
  2. When your PBX receives the call request, it forwards the call request on signaling level to our cloud-based service for evaluation.
  3. If the call request is identified as non-fraudulent, then our service forwards the call request via signaling to your SIP-Provider.
  4. Your SIP–Provider will connect and establish the call via the PBX
Protected call flow by Oculeus-Protect with a PBX connected to a SIP Provider

How to set it up

  1. Enter the Domain of your SIP Provider in the registration form on our website.
  2. You only need to change the fields Domain and Outbound Proxy to connect to Oculeus Enterprise Protection System from the PBX*. Each PBX may call this field different, Domain may be called like Proxy or Domain. Outbound Proxy may be called Proxy, Registrar Server or SIP Server.
  3. Put into the Domain/Outbound Proxy field the Oculeus Enterprise Protection Domain you received after the registration process.

*Settings of PBXs vary. Therefore please check your manual to find the according section.

To identify if your PBX is connected to a SIP Provider, check the assigned “Domain”/ “Outbound proxy” address. This address typically is structured as an email address e.g. oculeus@example-provider.com

Example SIP Address

PBX connected via PSTN

How does it work

  1. A call request from your registered device is being sent to your PBX.
  2. When your PBX receives the call request, it forwards the call request on signaling level to our cloud-based service for evaluation.
  3. If the call request is identified as non-fraudulent, our service then sends the call request via signaling back to your PBX in order to permit the call.
  4. The PBX receives the signaling of the call request and establishes a connection to the PSTN to execute the call.
Protected call flow by Oculeus-Protect with a PBX connected to the PSTN

How to set it up

  1. Create a SIP Provider and a SIP user account on your PBX.
  2. Put into the Domain/Outbound Proxy field the Oculeus Enterprise Protection SIP Domain you received after the registration process.
  3. Set as Username and Password the credentials of the SIP user account you created on the PBX.
  4. Change the PSTN dial plan to send all PSTN calls to the Oculeus Enterprise Protection Domain.
  5. Create a new dial plan to send all calls received from the Oculeus Enterprise Protection Domain to the PSTN lines.

Devices connected to a virtual PBX Provider

How does it work

  1. A call request by an end device (i.e. smartphone) is made and forwarded via signaling level to our cloud-based service for evaluation.
  2. If the call request is identified as non-fraudulent, our service then forwards the call request via signaling to the virtual PBX (SIP IP-based) of your SIP Provider.
  3. Your SIP Provider establishes the call of the requesting end device

How to set it up

  1. Following order of the service it will be required to register via this web page the end devices with the registered company/enterprise office. Once this is done, then protection and evaluation will be provided for these communication lines.