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VoIP Matrix Wiki The Global IP Alliance, a consortium of IP and VoIP suppliers and providers, announced Monday that it has established a matrix of information covering IP-based communications technology and regulations. The matrix is aimed at keeping gov

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  1. VoIP Matrix Wiki
    The Global IP Alliance, a consortium of IP and VoIP suppliers and providers, announced Monday that it has established a matrix of information covering IP-based communications technology and regulations. The matrix is aimed at keeping government, industry, and consumers up-to-date on IP and VoIP developments. We acknowledge that technology can solve many problems when policy doesn't unnecessarily get in the way," stated VoIP pioneer Jeff Pulver, who is acting chairman of the alliance, in a statement. The "Global IP Alliance Wiki" is designed in part to disseminate information on emerging IP technologies and the ever-changing regulatory scene in the world's nations. 
      
  2. WiKi Using VoIP
    Skype is a Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VOIP) telephony application. Podcasters find it useful to have Skype or Gizmo both packages are available for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux  installed on their computer. With it, you can use your computer (usually with a headset with a microphone) to make calls. If calls are to other computers with Skype installed, then there is no charge. You can purchase SkypeOut credits which enables you to make calls to any phone in the world (often at reduced prices) and SkypeIn, which gives you a telephone number, allowing others (around the world and on ordinary phones) to contact you via your computer.
       
  3. VoIP Network Wiki
    Voice over IP (VOIP) uses the Internet Protocol (IP) to transmit voice as packets over an IP network. Using VOIP protocols, voice communications can be achieved on any IP network regardless of whether it is Internet, Intranet or Local Area Network (LAN). In a VOIP enabled network, the voice signal is digitized, compressed and converted to IP packets and then transmitted over the IP network. VOIP signaling protocols are used to set up and tear down calls, carry information required to locate users and negotiate capabilities. The key benefits of Internet telephony (Voice over IP) are the very low cost; the integration of data, voice and video on one network; the new services created on the converged network; and simplified management of end user and terminals.
      
  4. VoIP Calls Wiki
    To access the VoIP calls analysis use the menu entry "Statistics->VoIP Calls". The current VoIP supported protocols are SIP, H323, ISUP and MGCP with the corresponding RTP streams. The VoIP calls list shows the following information per call:
    * Start Time: Start time of the call.
    * Stop Time: Stop time of the call.
    * Initial Speaker: The IP source of the packet that initiated the call.
    * From: For H323 and ISUP calls, this is the calling number. For SIP calls, it is the "From" field of the INVITE. For MGCP calls, the EndpointID or calling number.
    *  To: For H323 and ISUP calls, this is the called number. For SIP calls, it is the "To" field of the INVITE. For MGCP calls, the EndpointID or dialed number.
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    Posted on: March 29, 2008

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