[Serusers] Re: [Users] rfc3264 and nathelper module
sip at arcdiv.com
Tue Nov 29 14:17:32 CET 2005
Ah... but there you missed a KEY bit.
"The SIP Express Router scales from SOHOs to large, international enterprises.
Even a single installation on a common PC is able to serve VoIP signaling of
any world's enterprise."
The key word there is SIGNALING. SER handles the SIGNALING portion of a PBX
component. Not the media. This allows individual UAs or other media servers to
handle the media stream portions and you can replace a traditional hardware
PSTN/PRI PBX box -- hence the term 'traditional PBX.'
On Tue, 29 Nov 2005 14:13:30 +0100 (CET), harry gaillac wrote
> 1.4.3. PBX Replacement
> Replacing a traditional PBX in an enterprise can
> achieve reasonable savings. Enterprises can deploy a
> single infrastructure for both voice and data and
> bridge distant locations over the Internet.
> Additionally, they can benefit of integration of voice
> and data.
> The SIP Express Router scales from SOHOs to large,
> international enterprises. Even a single installation
> on a common PC is able to serve VoIP signaling of any
> world's enterprise. Its policy-based routing language
> makes implementation of numbering plans of companies
> spread across the world very easy. ACL features allow
> for protection of PSTN gateway from unauthorized
> SIP Express Router's support for programmable routing
> and accounting efficiently allows for implementation
> of such a scenario.
> --- sip <sip at arcdiv.com> a écrit :
> > On Tue, 29 Nov 2005 12:09:09 +0100 (CET), harry
> > gaillac wrote
> > > SER is more than a proxy .
> > > Read the ser 's admin guide.
> > All right. I'll bite.
> > " Based on the latest standards, the SIP Express
> > Router (SER) includes support
> > for registrar, proxy and redirect mode. Further it
> > acts as an application
> > server with support for instant messaging and
> > presence including a 2G/SMS and
> > Jabber gateway, a call control policy language, call
> > number translation,
> > private dial plans and accounting, ENUM,
> > authorization and authentication
> > (AAA) services. SER runs on Sun/Solaris, PC/Linux,
> > PC/BSD, IPAQ/Linux
> > platforms and supports both IPv4 and IPv6. Hosting
> > multiple domains and
> > database redundancy is supported."
> > Now... somewhere in there, you read "SER is more
> > than a proxy and should be
> > able to do anything I want it to... for free... and
> > support should be free as
> > well." I'm not sure WHERE you read that, but
> > perhaps you can point it out to
> > me.
> > >
> > > Anyway I ask for advice how to use ser with
> > asterisk .
> > > Harry
> > Do you bother the Asterisk people as much as you
> > bother everyone else?
> > I'm not a SER expert, Harry. Hell, I'm not an expert
> > at ANYthing, but somehow
> > I've managed on my own and without pestering the
> > Asterisk or SER lists daily
> > to implement a commercial solution using a mixture
> > of both SER and Asterisk
> > without any real hitches so far. Now, it may not be
> > the most ELEGANT solution
> > imaginable, but it works and works well.
> > Is it your lack of English skill that's keeping you
> > from being able to
> > research a solution? Is it your lack of systems
> > skills? Perhaps it's your lack
> > of basic understanding of the technologies involved
> > (which may again lead back
> > to your lack of English skill). It's certainly not
> > that the information isn't
> > available and can't be discovered with some careful
> > effort.
> > Perhaps if it's just the language problem, you could
> > find a friend with better
> > skills who could help... or you could just
> > communicate in your native language
> > and find someone who might be able to understand
> > better what sort of problems
> > you're up against.
> > From your statements here, it's pretty clear that
> > you're not really even
> > INTERESTED in figuring this out on your own. You'd
> > rather just ask other
> > people to do it for you. And when no one has time or
> > inclination to help,
> > you'd rather just demand that they drop what they're
> > doing and help you.
> > That's so NOT the way to solicit assistance. No one
> > wants to help a petulant,
> > whining fellow who tries to bully them or guilt them
> > into helping out.
> > Okay... let's try this one FINAL time.
> > SER DOES NOT CONTROL THE MEDIA STREAM FOR VOIP
> > CONVERSATIONS.
> > If you are having problems with MOH, or reinvites
> > not working properly through
> > asterisk for the purpose of reducing media stream
> > bandwidth, or other PBX
> > functions, this IS NOT A SER ISSUE. Ask an Asterisk
> > guru.
> > And heaven help them if they say they don't know
> > what you're talking about.
> > N.
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