The ip.buffer can provide a useful link in hotel and hospitality solutions.
A full range of facilities allows for protocol conversion across the LAN/WAN/Internet with strong security protecting the data stream.
The ip.buffer can be used to glue PMS and PBX systems across the WAN/Internet. Socket connections from the ip.buffer can be set to "outbound" so that on-site firewalls do not need modification.
Powerful scripting provides for stand-alone functions within the ip.buffer, allowing communication back to the PBX or to other connected hospitality systems.
By using the optional POTS/PSTN and 3G cellular modems you can provide a fall-back mechanism even when the primary broadband connection is down and increase the level of availability. Remote administration is also possible by dialling into the modem — to gain access to all ip.buffer functions.
ip.buffer datasheet (US Letter) (370kb) 2012-03-07
ip.buffer datasheet (UK A4) (370kb) 2012-03-07
ip.buffer N4X datasheet (UK A4) (503kb) 2021-02-05
ip.buffer HTTP Development Package datasheet (130kb) 2015-07-24
ip.buffer HTTP POST delivery Presentation (2Mb) 2012-02-09
ip.buffer Training Presentation (566kb) 2012-05-17
ip.buffer User Manual v3.01 (1Mb) 2021-03-03
ip.buffer OEM & Lua Manual v3.01 (585kb) 2021-03-01
ip.buffer N4X user manual (addendum to main manual) (331kb) 2021-04-13