[VoiceOps] (cross post) VoIP heat charts...

Eric Wieling EWieling at nyigc.com
Mon Jan 13 15:21:33 EST 2014

I have a database with the city and/or region information for a significant number of USA and non-USA prefixes at http://help.nyigc.net/e164.mysqldump.gz  I don't know how useful it would be because it doesn't contain actual V/H or lat/long information

The non-USA/non-Canada information is pulled from various filings at the ITU. The USA/Canada info is pulled from nanpa.com and is available elsewhere.    Telcordia LERG Routing Guide has V/H info for USA rate centers, but it can be a bit expensive.

My database is *not* pulled from the LERG.  Updates and additions in CSV format are welcome and can be sent to me off-list.    

-----Original Message-----
From: VoiceOps [mailto:voiceops-bounces at voiceops.org] On Behalf Of PE
Sent: Friday, January 10, 2014 1:22 PM
To: J. Oquendo
Cc: voiceops at voiceops.org
Subject: Re: [VoiceOps] (cross post) VoIP heat charts...

The google geocode API is pretty easy to work with and their mapping tool has a heatmap API. It sounds like the hard part would be mapping calls to latitude/longitude.

On Jan 10, 2014, at 12:42 PM, "J. Oquendo" <joquendo at e-fensive.net> wrote:

On Fri, 10 Jan 2014, Scott Berkman wrote:

> Maybe try TransNexus CDRAnalyzer? 
> http://www.transnexus.com/index.php/cdranalyzer
> If they don't do exactly what you are looking for, they'd probably be 
> willing to add it.  There is a free trial and they are good guys over there.

Yea, we use TransNexus, kudos to those guys (James, etc).
They are on par 24x7 when we need something. I was thinking something more visual, which perhaps forks off another mail I could send, but opt to attach it here...

I am looking for something visual... Something where I can just plop open a global map, where a bubble would say: "oh yea, in country X, there was a lot of fraud destined there"
where using this heatmap, one could click a hotspot, and see endpoint calls to block out those area codes, or numbers.
Would be community driven, and free to trusted users kind of thing. 

Think: "Arbor Networks" meets Open Source for VoIP.

J. Oquendo

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