Good for you, ‘badly affected’ but still loyal, hopefully they will credit you your losses .
The best thing is to have a 1800 number and a local number and posted on your website and buy two different carriers because inbound is out of your control even the biggest carrier can have an outage, outbound you can always spoof the ID
That will depend on who is the ‘resporg’ (Responsible Organization) of your 800 number for you to have control over it and their availability when things break.
That was my thought too to buy local number. I have 1 800 with them.
But if they are ‘down’, how will you redirect it Yossarian ?
I’ll just put 2nd DID on my site/apps and won’t bother with redirection. They just call us that number.
800 numbers traditionally need to redirect to a Real number, Is it working?
It worked with my 800 prior to attack no problem.
Does it work now?
No same problems as regular DIDs on VOIP.MS
They are slowly coming back to life (50%) . . . (did they pay the ransom ?)
They don’t mention any ransom on Twitter but everyone talking about it.
Then that’s not a good solution
They did check out the screenshots
When they fix it, rely on their site when it actually starts working reliably again , twitter is only twitter, no credence there, you can lie as much as you want
Traditionally, as in POTS, yes. But not in the SIP world.
Apparently in this case the RespOrg is not Resp.
Get a traditional one.
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