We know how powerful SIP2SIM is, and as well as working with home and business VoIP servers we are keen to make sure it works with public VoIP providers.
Today we sorted a slight issue with calls to a VoIP
provider. We have a test system in place that allowed us to debug the
problem for the customer and deploy a fix rapidly on to the live
platform once confirmed and tested. It related to timing of sending an ACK after a 407 proxy auth error response. It has taken a bit of work to track down, but has been fixed.
What is slightly amusing is that this is a VoIP provider in Israel.
This means someone walking around the UK has an Israeli number as their
mobile phone number. Brilliant!
No problem with this at all -
feel free to connect your SIP2SIM to any VoIP provider, and if you have
any issues, talk to us and we'll work to resolve them.
It just amuses and amazes me what one can do these days, even when it is us doing it:-)
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