Alberto, missing your introduction :-) You're doing a great job!
I was waiting for his introduction before writing this, since I got
introduced into this through Alberto. Anyway, here it goes:
I've been doing WLAN since 1998 and VoIP since 2002.
Present I'm product manager in www.Phonect.no <http://www.Phonect.no>,
the largest VoIP provider in Norway for businesses. We have customers
(from 1 to 1000 employees each..) that runs their VoIP through us. This
makes downtime NOT an option (20 seconds unavailability is really really
bad...) Don't get put back by the product manager title, I do know how
to compile, configure Cisco gateways and read SIP fluently...
I really love the idea of combining mesh and VoIP, but I'm really afraid
of the QoS on this...
I can contribute with testing platforms and servers and local
installation help around in the world (if somebody preferably pays the
I'm also involved in the Honeynet Project, running several VoIP
honeypots looking for VoIP specific attacks. There has mostly been form
the Piradius network down in Malaysia.
David Rowe, excellent presentation! What is the current status on the
mesh potato? When can we buy it? ;-)
Steve, let me know if you need any help! Hearing about what happened to
Dabba Telecom made me wanna ship all my equipment right down there now
to get it up and running again!
Using this for another project: A full pc for 269,- USD. With a SSD it
should be almost ready to run in Africa (uses only 20 watts..)
Great job everybody!!
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