VoIP systems can be used as backups to conventional public switched telephone networks (PSTN), as is proposed by a working group of the Internet2 consortium....
The problem of having a mobile endpoint for a VoIP terminal, such as in a wireless local area network, is discussed in this paper from Dartmouth College. The...
This site is a collection of architectural specifications, network and signaling protocols, and technical papers related to virtually every aspect of VoIP....
The Voice over IP Calculator Web site actually consists of four free online tools that can be used to estimate bandwidth requirements and voice paths for a...
This website, authored by the Federal Communications Commission, presents guidelines and frequently asked questions regarding voice-over-internet phone calls....
Created and presented by Vincente D'Ingianni, Director of Professional Services at Binary Systems, Inc., this PowerPoint demonstration covers how to adapt a...
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