I would like to provide transit connection between carrier who is originating minutes and terminating carrier who is terminating minutes in a diffrent country. I don't want originating carrier to know any information about my terminating carrier gateway and gatekeeper, for example (IP Address).so In-order to hide this info, I read about cisco multiservice iptoipgatewy is the way to go, but i am not sure. Can you shed some light on that.
That's likely your best route. Using, say, a 2600XM product, you can set up the gateway to interface between the two carriers. The 2600 series will allow 65-100 simultaneous calls, depending on the model. If you need more, you can get up to 400 or 500 with different hardware.
Using ITSP-ITSP connectivity w/ H.323 you get considerable control over security and call routing. The security settings do include quite a decent option set for privacy-related setups.
The link below is pretty good for info... it's a FAQ for IP-IP/GW
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