https://andrewjprokop.wordpress.com/2013/07/17/andrews-session-border-controller-checklist/?blogsub=confirmed#blog_subscription-2 https://andrewjprokop.wordpress.com/2014/02/19/sbc-resiliency/ https://andrewjprokop.wordpress.com/2014/01/13/building-a-resiliant-sip-solution/ Does it meet your capacity requirements? Does it scale via licenses, hardware, software, or all three? How many active sessions can it support? Does it distinguish between users, trunks, instant message sessions, voice calls, video calls, etc.? How does encryption change the maximum number of simultaneous sessions? How does it support encryption? … Read More Great blog about SIP
Below is evolution of IOT trend in comparison with LTE. Hope this trend will continue in same pace and direction each year.
Description IPv4 IPv6 Address 32 bits long (4 bytes). Address is composed of a network and a host portion, which depend on address class. Various address classes are defined: A, B, C, D, or E depending on initial few bits. The total number of IPv4 addresses is 4 294 967 296.The text form of the… Read More Comparison of IPv4 and IPv6
There is a performance impact when you use RAID-6 (you update two parity drives instead of just one), but RAID-6 is recommended by Red Hat since drive current drive capacities increases the probability that a double fault will occur while repairing a failed drive. For example, notice the following possible scenario with a RAID-5 set… Read More RAID 5 vs. RAID 6