VoIP Peering

One of the advantages of VoIP is the ability to bypass the PSTN alltogether when making a VoIP-VoIP call. Unfortunatly it’s still relatively hard to do that but at least two websitea are aiming to change that. SIP Broker allows people with VoIP servers to register and setup a peering so inbound and outbound VoIP calls can be routed using an assigned provider prefix between users. For example anyone on a VoIP network with access to SIP Broker can call me by getting into the SIP Broker dialout for their service and then using my povider code “*363” followed by my extension “3711”. IAX Broker is a similar service that works using the IAX protocol instead of SIP.

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