[VoiceOps] CLI sim testing
abalashov at evaristesys.com
Tue Apr 3 22:23:22 EDT 2012
I don't know how big your operation is, but I have difficulty visualising an ITSP whose revenue genuinely supports such an expensive venture for the narrow purpose of catching merely one kind of marginal problem, where the marginal utility of doing so would truly exceed the marginal cost. Perhaps you are the exception.
Alex Balashov - Principal
Evariste Systems LLC
235 E Ponce de Leon Ave
Decatur, GA 30030
Web: http://www.evaristesys.com/, http://www.alexbalashov.com
Colin Brown <zavoid at gmail.com> wrote:
>Because "should" and "is" are two different things. I've been burned too many times by "should" differing from what "actually is" so I'm looking to get the actual data delivered locally sent to
>My NOC in near real time.
>On Apr 3, 2012, at 10:16 PM, Alex Balashov <abalashov at evaristesys.com> wrote:
>> Is that really worth it? Why not just order a bunch of call forwarding products and/or forwarded DIDs around the world, and forward them back to an incoming number on your side? Route it to some clever program. The caller ID should be passed through end-to-end.
>> Alex Balashov - Principal
>> Evariste Systems LLC
>> 235 E Ponce de Leon Ave
>> Suite 106
>> Decatur, GA 30030
>> Tel: +1-678-954-0670
>> Fax: +1-404-961-1892
>> Web: http://www.evaristesys.com/, http://www.alexbalashov.com
>> Colin Brown <zavoid at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Does anyone have any experience or products you use that you like for remote international CLI testing?
>>> basically I'm looking for a bunch of boxes I can put SIM cards into in various countries around the world that I can route my calls to and verify the CLI being set is being delivered correctly(and get that information back to my severs for reporting)
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