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Difference between Voxalot and SIPBroker?



 
 
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Old September 6th 06, 05:15 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
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Default Difference between Voxalot and SIPBroker?

Do these provide the same service?

Also, if you have one of these VOIP phone adapters, where can you get
an SIP phone number? Anyone use SIPPhone.com?

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Old September 6th 06, 07:26 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
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Default Difference between Voxalot and SIPBroker?


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Do these provide the same service?

Also, if you have one of these VOIP phone adapters, where can you get
an SIP phone number? Anyone use SIPPhone.com?



Doesn't Voxalot provide a method of actually handling SIP registrations with
your providers, whilst Sipbroker maintain a database of PSTN numbers &
associated SIP URIs?


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Old September 6th 06, 09:59 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
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Default Difference between Voxalot and SIPBroker?

On 5 Sep 2006 21:15:12 -0700, wrote:

Do these provide the same service?

In the following...
VSP=Voip Service Provider
ATA= Analogue Telephone Adapter

If you dial a Sipbroker SIP number, i.e. one with a Sipbroker prefix
e.g. *350 xxxxxxxx you can do this just the same through either
Sipbroker or Voxalot - not publised but that is what I have found.

However, there is no commonality on anything else.
Sipbroker provides a list of PSTN number that can access SIP numbers,
dialled in the Sipbroker format, in various parts of the world.
They also provide ENUM dialling with PSTN fallback. What that means is
if you include , in your ATA dial plan, for a PSTN
dialled number, Sipbroker will try to match that to an ENUM. If it can
the call will be routed over the Net in its entirety, if not the call
will be routed as normal. There is no 'sign up' to Sipbroker as there
are no usernames or passwords. Just simply include
in the appropriate places in your dial plan and it will work. When I
referred earlier to PSTN fallback it doesn't necessaily mean fallback
to a PSTN line proper but to any call to a PSTN number, that might be
via a VSP.
Voxalot is a different animal. With Voxalot you can set up dial plans,
just like with an ATA. It can, if you wish 'register' 'accounts' with
providers. It can do speed dialling also. It is also a SIP phone VSP.
There is voicemail service. It also will transfer calls based on the
incoming number patttern.
For those, whose ATAs do not provide sufficient provision, Voxalot
also facilitates multi-provider outgoing routing either by configuring
the dial plan on Voxalot or, as I have indicated, in an article on
www.leafcom.co.uk
it can faciltate routing based on coding within the ATA dial plan.
That is, by including in a dial plan element, appropriately, a single
digit, routing can be directed to any VSP listed on your Voxalot
settings.

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