[VoiceOps] SIP routing engine - growing pains
scott at sberkman.net
Sun Nov 1 00:49:04 EDT 2009
I agree that Metaswitch might be a good option, especially if they don't
want to or aren't allowed to build an open source solution. It also would
unify (with the MG and possibly SG) the media portion of their network and
help with some of the media management and interoperability issues.
Biggest issue here is they said they didn't have enough budget for
BroadSoft, so Metaswitch might be a bit too expensive as well.
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On Behalf Of Lee Riemer
Sent: Friday, October 30, 2009 6:20 PM
To: Jay Hennigan
Subject: Re: [VoiceOps] SIP routing engine - growing pains
Maybe just a Metaswitch call-agent (CA9020) would suffice. This would
be without the MG2510 or 3510 media-gateway piece.
Jay Hennigan wrote:
> David Hiers wrote:
>> Registration, routing, transcoding, and B2BUA are a fairly broad
>> requirement set to shove into one box.
> I realize this, thus transcoding and B2BUA aren't really a priority, but
> would be nice to have. Primarily looking at the routing piece where
> registration would be for the IAD devices and not individual phones.
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