OT: Voice Operators' Group forming

AMuse nanog-amuse at foofus.com
Tue Jul 28 16:42:38 CDT 2009


I second the idea of google groups or some other group provider;  Yahoo 
groups are known within many circles for having long email delays.


Charles Wyble wrote:
>
>
> Hiers, David wrote:
>> Hi NANOG,
>> I'd like to announce the formation of a NANOG-knockoff group for 
>> voice operators, the Voice Operators' Group.
>
> Very cool! :)
>
>>
>> Voice network operators share many of the same challenges as IP 
>> network operators; we register with registrars (CILLI, OCN, and ACNA 
>> as well as ASN and DNS), route traffic (point codes as well as IP 
>> addresses), resolve names (CNAM as well as DNS), manage reachability 
>> (to countries, LATAs and NPA/NXXs as well as  to IP networks), and 
>> deal with equipment issues.
>
> Indeed we do!
>>
>> NANOG has been so useful at the IP layer that it seems like a good 
>> idea to try to duplicate it a little further up the stack.  
>
>
> Yep.
>
>>
>> For now, the group is on Yahoo:
>>
>> http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/voip_operators_group/
>>
>> Of course, we're looking for a better place, name, and charter.
>>
>
> Might I recommend google groups, or puck.nether.org. An IPTV list was 
> recently formed.
>
> NAVOG  works for me.
>
>




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