[VoiceOps] SIP routing engine - growing pains
lriemer at bestline.net
Mon Nov 2 15:30:32 EST 2009
Jay Hennigan wrote:
> Thank you all for the feedback, lots of good input! Please see notes
> Lee Riemer wrote:
> > Maybe just a Metaswitch call-agent (CA9020) would suffice. This would
> > be without the MG2510 or 3510 media-gateway piece.
> I wonder if Broadsoft is similarly modular where we could go with just
> the routing engine without the feature server?
> Scott Berkman wrote:
> > OpenSIPs/Kamillo/SER or whatever it's called today can do
> > most of this out of the box. I think it's the best option
> > to match your needs if you have the time and engineering to
> > figure it out.
> >From there you can go to the Acme/Covergence SBC platforms,
> > the lower end Covergence will run in a VM or on your own
> > hardware, but can handle most of what you are looking for.
> Are you sure that Convergence is still available? The convergence.com
> domain redirects to AcmePacket and I can't find any mention of it there.
Acme has chimed in on this list about Convergence. It's
bring-your-own-hardware and $3k for 25 sessions, with a max of 500.
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