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Pre-paid calling card infastructure

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Mar 18th, 2002
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Does anyone have any information on how to design an infastructure for pre-paid calling card VoIP solutions?

The overview for this subject is missing on CCO, there are some configuration guides but nothing that actually is of any help in terms of design and what you need and where you need it etc.

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dcharlier Thu, 03/21/2002 - 07:53
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MIND CTI, I partner from Cisco, does offer a pre-paid calling card VOIP solution.

sfogel Tue, 04/02/2002 - 09:16
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For this you need a tcl script to run the IVR (Cisco provides one) and a prepaid billing solution. If your project is large, there are a couple of solutions around. If you have a smaller project or pilot, we may be able to help you with a Linux-based solution.


b.willett Wed, 04/03/2002 - 07:30
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Thanks for your reply. I am very interested in hearing about your billing solution as none of Ciscos billing partners have replied to me after several weeks of trying.

Does your billing system work as the RADIUS server also or does it work alongside Cisco ACS for this pre-paid calling card solution.

sfogel Wed, 04/03/2002 - 13:01
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It includes the RADIUS server, based on ICRADIUS.

tekuzman Mon, 04/08/2002 - 08:49
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I would like to set up a prepaid pilot using an older AS5300. Therefore I am quite interested:

* Is it the standard version of the ICRADIUS you are using?

* How about the TCL scripts? Are you using the Cisco IOS embedded scripts or have you developed / are using custom scripts?

* What does it take and how long would it take to roll out such a pilot?

Whatever info you are able to supply would be appreciated.



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