Cross-Domain calling, or “toll-free long distance VoIP”

In a standard OSTN configuration, the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of the server running Freeswitch is a core dependency to operate the service. For example, the domain was first configured as a DNS record, a server was bootstrapped with as the local hostname and a Freeswitch cookbook was run using the Chef automation system. Because the domain was configured both in DNS and locally, the cookbook has enough information to automatically build an operational OSTN node. [Read More]
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