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martin 08-22-2006 12:47 PM

Site Update - SIP Broker Provider List
 
SIP Broker would like to announce new changes to its provider list page:

See here


The page now displays an up to date status for each of the listed providers (automatically managed by the system). We trust that this new feature will further help our members.


Comments/questions or issues may be posted in the SIP Broker Support Forum.

Wortelstok 08-22-2006 01:24 PM

.... and Voxalot.com is currently not available accoding the sipbbroker site :confused:

martin 08-22-2006 01:51 PM

What are you looking at? It has a green tick.

Wortelstok 08-22-2006 04:43 PM

Wow, it is real time - now it is green indeed :)

martin 08-22-2006 10:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wortelstok
Wow, it is real time - now it is green indeed :)

Yes it goes red if there are 5 unsuccessful calls in a row. A successful call then resets the count thus making it green.

We may tweak the thresholds from 5 to some other number over time.

Ron 08-23-2006 12:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by martin
Yes it goes red if there are 5 unsuccessful calls in a row. A successful call then resets the count thus making it green.

Martin,

Does 'successful call' mean the call was definitely completed? I'm trying to call a subscriber on venus.vtnoc.net (*7716) but always get an immediate fast busy (all the ViaTalk peering codes are showing green). Is there any way I can access the status (reason) for the failure?

*507 northwest.switch.vtnoc.net northwest.switch.vtnoc.net
*721 sip1.manhattan.vtnoc.net sip1.manhattan.vtnoc.net
*7677 mercury.vtnoc.net mercury.vtnoc.net
*7716 venus.vtnoc.net venus.vtnoc.net

(I tried them all, just in case, but no joy.)

Ron

martin 08-23-2006 02:15 AM

Only certain return codes increment the fail count. For example a 404 (not found) is not considered a failure as the number does not exist.

At the moment we do not store the status codes.

Ron 08-23-2006 02:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by martin
Only certain return codes increment the fail count. For example a 404 (not found) is not considered a failure as the number does not exist.

At the moment we do not store the status codes.

In this case, I know the number exists as it's reachable from the PSTN network and from other ViaTalk users (SIP to SIP).

Ron


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