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  #824138 23-May-2013 14:15
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So I need to switch to Telecom for my VoIP service and my Internet to Voyager, and this will give me the best result?




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#824144 23-May-2013 14:28
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antoniosk:
maverick: I would add that I see these people taking editorial licence with my industry and incorrectly reporting the facts , so I take exception to that and am happy to take people to task when misleading things are written.

Were not using the Theresa Gattung school of thought of using confusion as a chief marketing tool.


Your just poking the bear aren't you Laughing


Of course I am!

So how is that support for every home-built yamazuka 'SIP' pbx going then? got it to the point where it just plugs in and works?

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Lol you have us confused with some of those other companies, we only support certified PABX systems ... we leave the bring your yamakuzi brand to the others  Yell ... stop poking me , you know I'm fired up at the moment




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  #824483 23-May-2013 23:23
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My understanding John is that the testing is done during relatively inactive periods for the local connection.

Those inactive periods may have a strong correlation with inactivity of the internet in general and would surely color the results with a positive bias?

So I wonder if you have some way of weighting the information appropriately so that they represent "normal time of day" for VoIP? eg business hours when presumably most voice calls would occur

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  #824535 24-May-2013 08:27
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Foiler: My understanding John is that the testing is done during relatively inactive periods for the local connection.

Those inactive periods may have a strong correlation with inactivity of the internet in general and would surely color the results with a positive bias?

So I wonder if you have some way of weighting the information appropriately so that they represent "normal time of day" for VoIP? eg business hours when presumably most voice calls would occur


What time the test's are carried out Folier is not really the issue, the fundamental problem is that this report is totally flawed because of the tests being carried have absolutely no relevance to providers VoIP offerings. The test use the providers access only and go no where the network that is used for VoIP, it does not have QOS tagging, it does not transit the SBC's for those of companies that actually have one, it does not signal via the Application servers and proxies before being handed of to the PSTN gateways etc.

It is just a completely misleading set of stats, the genius who wrote this at Techday is the person I now have the issue with.






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  #824549 24-May-2013 09:06
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Well the charts are labelled VoIP quality measure and have been provided by John so ... would be good for John to discuss them .. maybe there is some useful stuff there even if not fully prescriptive for a VoIP solution?

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