Blocking SIP traffic manually is a reactive procedure, in the absence of smart tools, being pro-active is nearly impossible, it is common if you’re only reacting to a SIP attack then the damage of different types is already done. The Challenge of blocking SIP traffic It is no secret that attackers are pretty smart programmers,… Continue reading Block unwanted SIP traffic efficiently
Introduction Since inception of the TelecomsXChange (TCXC) platform, it was designed for wholesale communication service providers that did not require SIP registration to send traffic, so we never had the need to add SIP Registrar to the SIP Stack. Recently, two of our enterprise customers had change in their infrastructure and no longer will be… Continue reading Building a SIP Registrar with Jambonz
About Twilio BYOC Using the Twilio bring your own carrier (BYOC) feature is great and gives you a higher level of freedom in controlling your call quality on the carrier side of things. Using this feature you no longer need to be blind to what happens after you initiate a phone call via programmable voice,… Continue reading Cloud BYOC for Twilio, Zoom Phone, and other cloud communications providers
Bahrain Toll-Free +973800xxxxx The demand for cloud communications and virtual numbers has grown significantly in the recent months, in this blog we’ll show you how to buy Bahrain Toll-Free phone number and point it to your IP-PBX (SIP network) in minutes. Login to TelecomsXChange Buyer Portal here Navigate to DID Menu then click on Market… Continue reading How To Buy Bahrain Toll Free Number in 2 Minutes!
Recently the traffic originated from certain countries terminating in the some destination networks will be priced $10 in some cases. To avoid this issue we sellers may use the below feature to block such traffic originating from certain CLIDs. Example of caller id surcharge applied: Please be aware that networks in SAUDI ARABIA, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES and TURKEY MOBILE TURKCELL are… Continue reading How To Block Anonymous & Origin Based Caller IDs in TCXC