Has anyone found one to be better than the other when running ISDN PRI (QSIG) over IP between two TDM PBX's? CEoIP is definitely cheaper (No DSP's needed), but I'm curious if anyone's found one to provide better service than the other. Thanks!
The Cisco 2600/3660/3700 Circuit Emulation over IP (CEoIP) network modules (product IDs: NM-CEM-4T1E1 and NM-CEM-4SER) enable service provider customers to create a new revenue stream by offering a leased line service over existing packet infrastructure. Enterprise and government customers will be enabled to migrate applications which require TDM transport on to their IP networks, thus saving operational expenses
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