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Does DoT India restricts call signalling traffic to go outside india

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Jul 16th, 2013
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Hi All,


does department of telecommunication in India restricts call signalling traffic to go outside india?


for example: if i have my CUCM cluster in Singapore and remote site in India with phones registering over WAN to Singapore cluster. i have implemented logical partitioning. my remote site in India has a SRST enabled router. is this not a valid deployment according to DoT india.


is there any legal or regulatory issues related to deployment of IPT. or does DoT india says that we can't have CDR or any information pertaining to customer outside india. or DoT  India says we can't send any Domestic traffic outside india.


please help


regards

Munish

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Aman Soi Sun, 07/21/2013 - 23:49
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Hi Munish,


Logical Partitioning feature has been developed for countries like India where Department of Telecommunications does not allow to mix internal IPT and PSTN call on two fifferent lines on same phone.


To aviod this Toll Fraud, Logical Patitioning has been introduced in Call Manager thereby restricting. On same line , u can have internal and PSTN calls thereby configuring LP/Geolocations policies.


Your deployment is a valid deployment since u are not violating any DOT regulations and Internal calls  are within your Network.


regds,

aman

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