Voice channels (FTTH, DOCSIS, VoLTE)
Jay R. Ashworth
jra at baylink.com
Mon Nov 28 03:21:23 UTC 2016
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Luke Guillory" <lguillory at reservetele.com>
> To: "jra" <jra at baylink.com>
> Cc: "North American Network Operators' Group" <nanog at nanog.org>
> Sent: Sunday, November 27, 2016 10:18:20 PM
> Subject: Re: Voice channels (FTTH, DOCSIS, VoLTE)
> With MGCP we're just using DSx Qos which is just services classification within
> the packet cable standard. Still runs over the same docsis network as all other
> traffic and not separated besides qos side of things.
> We use a 64K reserved channel to set the call up, after that each call has its
> own service flow that is QOSed.
> We also have reserved BW in the CMTS for 911 calls so that they always get
> Where the modem resides in relation to 911 isn't really a factor as we go by
> services address for the account, a customer could moved the modem to another
> house across town and it will still work.
> I know Time Warner has completely separate networks for voice and data, they
> didn't even reside on the same CMTS from what I understand. Don't know of
> anyone else doing it that way.
It's my jackleg appraisal -- I'm not an attorney much less an FCC specialist
attorney -- that that subjects your service to regulations and restrictions
that don't pertain to people who do it the other way; you are simply a VoN
carrier, competing with all the other VoN carriers like Vonage; if you *do*
give your own traffic priority, then you're violating... title II? Some
net neutrality provision that they don't cause they're not *moving the calls*
"over the Internet".
Jay R. Ashworth Baylink jra at baylink.com
Designer The Things I Think RFC 2100
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