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Hi PACNOG members,
With the recent outage with Intelsat our first means of communication was over our secondary internet link was via VoIP. We are now looking at incorporating a proper VoIP system into our Internet network.
Presently I have a Cisco AS5350 which has 4 E1 ports on it. When we purchased it, the product description mentioned that is VoIP capable. How can I confirm this? What is required in addition to the AS5350 to get VoIP working.
Has anyone in the pacific done this and if so, need some help on getting started.
Thanks in Advance.
Alex Abraham SamoaTel Limited
PS. Last time in Fiji for the PITA training on IXP/ISP there was mention about organising training. I bet there must be a number of PITA members who would like training on VoIP.
PS. Last time in Fiji for the PITA training on IXP/ISP there was mention about organising training. I bet there must be a number of PITA members
would like training on VoIP.
Amen..........also some training for budding Earth Station Engineers (ESE) who in real life are ISP Tech's. would be handy............the long term substantive ESE (an expat.) left here over 7 years ago and didn't pass on much of his knowledge to the locals while he was here..............interesting 'learning curve' to get back on line with 180E for a couple of us here!
I mentioned an ES related training session to Fred a couple of weeks ago............maybe coupled with VoIP?