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To Amar About Quintum Call Relay

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    omid
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    Dear Amar,

    I need to know how good the quintum call relay SP is to recieving the calls and pass over to the recieving gateways, at the same time a billing needs to be attached to it, so we can have the CDR based on both recieving and sending IP. I heard that the quintum call relay standard is good, but the SP version has serious problems. Are you actually using the SP or the standard version?

    Please considering the tasks we need to be done as mentioned above, please advise if the whether the quintum call relay is a good choice? if not what is?

    Thanks for your time.

    #25926 Reply
    Amar
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    I am using quintum standard call relay which support 32 simultaneous voip calls.

    Call reply is sending call detail records to my radius server. I am using these CDRs to bill customers/carriers.

    If you are planning for small VOIP operation, quintum standard call reply is a good choice.

    #25927 Reply
    hwyking
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    Amar,

    What radius server are u running of the CR

    #25928 Reply
    Amar Behura
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    We are using our own radius server. It’s working great. If you want a copy of radius server for free, let me know.

    #25929 Reply
    Hwyking
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    To Amar
    I am at hwyking@comcast.net

    #25930 Reply
    Amar
    Guest

    Do you need copy of radius server?

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