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  1. Are there SPRE codes that can be used to log agents in and out? If not in the UI, is there somewhere else that can be built?
  2. I apologize, here you go. http://www.telecompliance.net/ Ask for Judy, she is amazing.
  3. I'm trying to be optimistic. The way these companies are moving, they are more concerned about delivering media content then they are voice. Verizon and Comcast are trying to purchase assets from Twenty-First Century Fox inc. Follow the link below, there is a blurb about it there. I believe they see the future as media companies. I don't think they care much about VoIP. I think the biggest losers are NetFlix, HULU, YouTube, Google, and companies of the like. These companies also have the capital to ride the "fast lanes." I honestly have no idea what's going to happen. I do know there are people that are allot smarter than me that will figure out a work around to whatever the ISP's intend to do. I'm also sure when they figure it out, it will spread like wild fire. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/telecom-stock-roundup-fcc-plans-192107893.html
  4. Judy @ TPI has been gold to keep us compliant.
  5. If you're providing video services I think there is cause for concern. I don't think you have much to fear on VoIP, even hosted. Hosted is using port 7000, it's going to look like random internet traffic. The voice packets are so small, I don't think there is a reason to be concerned. I think the Netflix and the likes have cause for concern. The larger companies care more about media then they do voice. If you're delivering voice through an ATA, or an Adtran TA9xx you may want to change the ports being used for voice traffic to mirror what hosted is using by default.
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