stir/shaken

STIR/SHAKEN SIP headers support and more..

A few important updates will land to TCXC production environment today.

STIR/SHAKEN

TelecomsXChange (TCXC) is now officially registered in the Federal Communications Commission Robocall Mitigation Database holding number RMD0004338. We have already added the support for the STIR/SHAKEN required SIP headers last week. We have also exposed some UI/API tools for sellers to help them take action in real-time to stop/mitigate any suspicious traffic.

The new SIP Identity headers required by STIR/SHAKEN are now added to TCXC SIP stack. All members are welcome to start testing.

New CLID (Caller ID) policy for sellers

We have released a new policy for sellers which enable them to have full control over the CLID policy to be used for each SIP connection (route). For instance a seller can now define a default Deny all caller ids except defined entries in the table, this can come in handy for virtual number providers who wish to offer a local sip trunk but at same time allow it only to be used from DIDs that are sold via the platform.

New CLID policy for sellers

Go Lang SMPP LB & Bind Proxy

We are at final stages of QA testing of the new SMPP load balancer and Bind proxy written in Go Lang, the test results were satisfying and in some areas very impressive. We will be posting a dedicated update regarding this topic.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding these updates , please write to support@telecomsxchange.com .

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