|Help Setting Up a VoIP Regulatory Framework|
|Raqueeb Hassan (email@example.com)|
Tue, 19 Jun 2007 22:49:43 -0700
Let's say country "A"s telecom regulatory board is trying to open-up
a. Cheaper international call rate for the resident of "A".
b. Building nationwide IP infrastructure with local
The country might be as small as New York State, but the estimated
So, if you are asked to help on setting up framework of VoIP
If you ask me, here is my plan. Please correct me if I go wrong.
a. Setting up a EMUM server.
b. The ENUM server will resolve all the calls routed inbound for
c. The ENUM server will be connected to a "packet clearing house"
d. Minimum entry fee for the service providers, with annually revenue
e. Outgoing calls might not be charged when the system is inducted
f. The service providers (PSTN, cell phone, cable companies) should
g. International bandwidth sold to VoIP operators will be through that
h. Operator should not by-pass IP packet (VoIP/Internet) using any
I haven't thought of MNP, emergency services etc. which are yet to be
Thanks in advance.
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