[enum-wg] Austria starts with the ENUM-based number range
Carsten Schiefner enumvoipsip.cs at schiefner.de
Mon Apr 18 22:12:04 CEST 2005
[Trimmed to <enum-wg at ripe.net> only, because of irrelevance to the ENUM protocol itself] Hi Richard, Stastny Richard wrote: > - subscribers must have > [ ] Austrian citizenship > [ ] Austrian residency > [ X] neither one, ie. it's gobally open cool - so all registrars listed here: http://www.enum.at/index.php?id=64&L=9 would help me out? > - registrars must > [...] > > The definition of a communication service provider is different from > a normal telco, and is also not restricted to Austrian company > (This wiould not work anyway in the EU) True, but such rules wouldn't be there nonetheless for the first time - and for sure not for the last time either... Whatever the rationale behind such action might be. > - To what extend NP is implemented? > > ? > What kind of NP do you mean? > > Porting ENUM domains from one registrar to the other? -yes > Porting ENUM doamins from one Name server to the other? -yes > Pointing the NAPTR to another sip URI? -yes Porting the E.164 number in the PSTN world from one operator to the next, as the latter has much better break-out rates, for example. Or would that be entirely opaque to the subscriber as she deasls with a communication service provider only anyways? Thanks a lot - and best, -C.
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