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VoIP components in PSTN

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    Kostas
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    I would like to ask if anybody knows
    what is the difference bettween VoIP components and the components used
    in PSTN.If we want to change our F Relay Network
    what componets shall we change?
    Thank you

    #20370 Reply
    Mr. PAUL
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    i am sorry i donot know, if u come to know it, plz contact me on my mobile.

    #20371 Reply
    Khaled
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    For VoIP you will need an MIS pipe, that will include a port, of a specific bandwidth to the internet. You can use your frame network as conductivity between your locations. Or you can replace your frame network to a VPN network depending on your application. To assure the SLAs, Service Level of Agreement, few companies terminate VoIP traffic at the PSTN to keep it from going to the public internet, thus controlling the quality of the packets. Email me with your specific questions if I can be of help. sukkar@att.com

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