Learning about VoIP? Here's a site that can help
More and more radio engineers are jumping into the world of VoIP telephony. It's no easy task, sorting the jumble of acronyms and alphabet soup that make up the VoIP lexicon. What's an FXO, and will it work with my DID setup? Where do I find a list of SIP response codes? And do I need to worry about IAX, or not?
Our phone warrior extraordinaire, Joe Talbot, has found a website that helps make sense of it all. "I use it all the time," he says. It's called VoIP-Info.org, and it's got everything from a Wiki for looking up arcane acronyms, to forums for obtaining help with a cranky PBX. Who knows - you might just be the next great Asterisk guru.