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    VOIP Peering

    Does anyone know what facilities are offeriing straight Voice Over IP peering switches?

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    Layerone
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    James,

    Looking for H.323 , SIP, and IAX .

    Most important would be SIP though.

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    Just looking for people that offer it.

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    I don't see the need for a "dedicated" voice peering fabric. Voice peering over existing public and private interconnect arrangements works just fine, and will become more common along with the widespread adpotation of ENUM and SS7oIP, and as it starts to make business sense, in my opinion.

    Please don't take this personally, as I'm a big fan of Telehouse and its facilities, and have reccommended them to others time after time, but I think you're putting the cart ahead of the horse here. The NYIIX platform is way too unstable to connect to for any reason, VoIP related or otherwise.

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    Sorry, typoo'ed my last post. Should have read s/Telehouse/TELEHOUSE/

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    Is TELEHOUSE planning some type of VoIP peering fabric in 25 Broadway? I hope TELEHOUSE works on improving current unreliable services (such as NYIIX) than trying to broaden its service offerings.


    Cheers!
    /sjs
    Steven J. Schecter <[email protected]>
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    My point exactly.

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    wtf?

    I guess I have a pretty basic question...

    How do I save money by sending minutes to someone via a 'fabric' that's dedicated to voip?

    I'm really curious here; I've tried many times to determine where the savings are (savings over my existing tdm), but I can't.

    Please, WHT, HELP!!!!

    --tk

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    Re: wtf?

    Originally posted by tkapela
    I guess I have a pretty basic question...

    How do I save money by sending minutes to someone via a 'fabric' that's dedicated to voip?

    I'm really curious here; I've tried many times to determine where the savings are (savings over my existing tdm), but I can't.

    Please, WHT, HELP!!!!

    --tk
    hi tony! i love you!
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    * VoIP Peering Fabrics

    Dr. Kapela,

    Just hurry up and deploy at the NAP of the Americas so I can give you a free FastE peering port!

    !!!!!!

    Cheers and Love,

    Josh

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    Re: VoIP Peering Fabrics

    Originally posted by snowhorn
    Dr. Kapela,

    Just hurry up and deploy at the NAP of the Americas so I can give you a free FastE peering port!

    !!!!!!

    Cheers and Love,

    Josh
    Josh,

    a month has gone by and you haven't asked me to connect to the NOTA. I am not impressed.

    hehe


    /sjs
    Steven J. Schecter <[email protected]>
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    * Hah!!!

    Sir SJS,

    I got tired of typing pestering messages on IRC

    Hurry up so you can peer! You need NOTA and NOTA needs you!

    Cheerio,

    Josh

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