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28th July 2003 at 01:24 #24858Kim C. CallisGuest
When one starts talking about implementing a VOIP solution, they usually want to know how much they are going to save. I was wondering if anyone knows of a good analysis package to determine LD usage, rates that are charged at a given time, and a what-if scenario where I can put in the value of the call via VOIP vs the cost of conventional PTSN.
I am hoping for something open source or excel, but I am open to commercial packages as well.
Kim Callis5th August 2003 at 01:25 #24859Kim C. CallisGuest
Just as a follow-up, I am looking for a package that works in the United States.
K.12th August 2003 at 20:42 #24860Vurcos to KimGuest
You are asking people to share there hard work for free. The analysis can only come from an expert. No program has been created because no 2 sites are the same when analyzed.
Vurcos13th August 2003 at 07:00 #24861Kim C. CallisGuest
Originally, I asked for information about either Open Source or Commercial leads. In Vurcos’ response, there was no lead to other packages.
First off, I am not sure where you came up with the idea that such a program has never been created, considering that I am looking at a demo of said program.
Furthermore, it is an understood fact that each market has multiple tarriffs in a particular market. That is not a real issue to that part.
The real problem is a price tag of $2k – $6K(US) that makes it very difficult for a small VOIP interconnect to purchase said software.
So to answer your question, should we want to make use of those hard works for free… Maybe yoiu should re-familiarize with the Open Source movement, and some of the goals of it’s products.
Then take a good look at some packages like Asterisk, VOCAL, Bayonne, and others.
And after all of that, I still don’t know if you have suce a product!13th August 2003 at 08:52 #24862Tom HGuest
…and look at some of the rubbish that has come out of the OpenSource world – like OpenH323.
You get what you pay for.