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Home > Small Business Phone Systems > Faqs > How Does Ooma Airdial Provide Secure Communications over the Internet

How does Ooma AirDial provide secure communications over the Internet?

Ooma AirDial routes all communications over network paths that are proactively managed and maintained by MFVN-compliant providers. Ooma partners closely with our cellular providers to create a direct Ethernet connection to the Ooma MFVN network in a shared data center.

From Ooma’s data center, traffic is passed to an MFVN-compliant gateway provider, again with a direct hardwired connection in a shared data center. Our gateway partner then terminates the call to the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network). 

This set of direct connections is designed so that Ooma AirDial communications will not cross the public internet. This is a critical feature of the Ooma AirDial architecture that is different from many VoIP solutions. In many competing solutions, traffic is handed off to the public internet for one or more legs of the path. 

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