Q: What is the difference between manual/automatic/public network media-stream bypass of SE2x00?
1. Media-stream bypass configured manually is bypass rule (for example, bypass in interconnection between users under the same NAT) on the basis of user configuration, getting rid of agent (no relevant switchover is performed in signaling agent stage) for media-stream of intercommunicating parties that match the rules. The media-stream bypass of MGCP, SIP, and H323 users' is supported, but that of users under multi-level NAT is not.
2. Automatic media-stream bypass refers to the detection performed by SE2x00 to make sure if conditions for bypass are met in signaling agent stage, and it is carried out for the matched. Only the media-stream bypass for SIP users is supported, but that of users under multi-level NAT is not.
3. Public network media-stream bypass refers to the detection in signaling agent stage performed automatically by SE2X00 to make sure if both need to connect with SE2X00 directly, and it is carried out for the matched. Only the media-stream bypass of SIP users' is supported.