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TRAI- Regulation issue - India

Hi friends,

I have a query hope you could resolve it.

 

We have 2 offices at mumbai at different location RO and HO

HO has the PRI line and RO has only connectivity over MPLS and normal IP base calling between RO and HO.We would like to route the PSTN calls from HO voice GW both the offices are in same city but at a distance of 10 KM.

My query is can we route RO calls  from HO PSTN GW? does it fall under TRAI rule?

 

 

Rgds,

Ajith

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Cisco Employee

Hi Ajith,You can check the

Hi Ajith,

You can check the following link

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/8_6_1/ccmfeat/fsgd-861-cm/fslopar.html

Applicability to Requirements From Indian Telecom Regulations

Regulations of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) require that voice traffic over the enterprise data network and the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) must be strictly separated and no mixing of calls between the two networks can occur for the purpose of toll bypass.

The following list shows basic scenarios that are restricted (that is, not allowed):

The call that passes through a PSTN gateway connects directly by using WAN to a VoIP phone or VoIP PSTN gateway in a different geographic location.

If PSTN gateway is located in India, this remains strictly restricted. If the PSTN is in another country and a VoIP phone is in India and if connection results in revenue loss to Indian telecom service providers, the connection gets considered restricted.

The following list gives basic scenarios that are permitted:

Call directly between two VoIP phones in different geographic locations

Call from a VoIP phone to a PSTN gateway in the same geographic location

A call that passes through a PSTN gateway must never connect directly to a VoIP phone or VoIP PSTN gateway in a different site or geographic location (geolocation) through use of IP telephony.

HTH

Manish

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Cisco Employee

Hi Ajith,You can check the

Hi Ajith,

You can check the following link

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/8_6_1/ccmfeat/fsgd-861-cm/fslopar.html

Applicability to Requirements From Indian Telecom Regulations

Regulations of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) require that voice traffic over the enterprise data network and the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) must be strictly separated and no mixing of calls between the two networks can occur for the purpose of toll bypass.

The following list shows basic scenarios that are restricted (that is, not allowed):

The call that passes through a PSTN gateway connects directly by using WAN to a VoIP phone or VoIP PSTN gateway in a different geographic location.

If PSTN gateway is located in India, this remains strictly restricted. If the PSTN is in another country and a VoIP phone is in India and if connection results in revenue loss to Indian telecom service providers, the connection gets considered restricted.

The following list gives basic scenarios that are permitted:

Call directly between two VoIP phones in different geographic locations

Call from a VoIP phone to a PSTN gateway in the same geographic location

A call that passes through a PSTN gateway must never connect directly to a VoIP phone or VoIP PSTN gateway in a different site or geographic location (geolocation) through use of IP telephony.

HTH

Manish

New Member

Dear Manish, Thanks a lot for

Dear Manish,

 

Thanks a lot for your help in this issue..

 

Rgds,

Ajith

 

 

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