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Re: VoIP peering: contradiction in terms
> Well, here's my definition of VoIP peering - it's open for revision:
> "The ability for two administrative entities to directly or
> indirectly interconnect with each other via TCP/IP, and then for
> those entities to exchange in an automated and dynamic manner the
> e.164 address ranges that each believes the other should know,
> including metrics such as monetary cost, gateway information,
> protocols, and other relevant details which relate to the passing of
> voice, video, or other media over the underlaying IP network."
Here's one for discussion, is it appropriate for E.164 to be in a
definition? Whilst we as service providers might be exchanging numbering as
well as voice traffic, is it always E.164 numbering or could it be private
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