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Re: Blocks of numbers
- To: Andre Gironda <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: Blocks of numbers
- From: Duane <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 19 May 2004 03:23:15 +1000
- Cc: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Andre Gironda wrote:
Neat! What are people using e164.org for primarily right now? Do you
So far VoIP, but we're adding additional fields and URL types to the
system, as well as developing a client utilities to allow profile
changes easily and quickly. The idea was you want to walk out the door
and redirect all your calls to your mobile with 2 or 3 clicks, what
we're doing will allow that...
know the applications that are hitting the infrastructure? Size/type/
At this stage the only application I know capable of supporting multiple
enum zones is Asterisk, and apparently the CVS version of SER, but I
haven't had time to confirm this...
amount? This information would be really interesting to publish. How
We currently run 9 name servers in 3 countries, these are shared
servers, so specific numbers would be hard to tell...
much traffic are you getting?
So far this month we're averaging about 5,000 hits a day to the
website... We've only been dealing with PSTN numbers for 2 weeks, so
unless we ended up on the front page of every news paper world wide, I
didn't expect us to have a million users by now...
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