I need to have a Swiss phone number which can receive SMS and voice
calls and forward them to my PBX. I know I can build a gateway with a
GSM modem, but I'd rather prefer a service from a provider.
Up to now I found several service providers like aspsms.com which can
only receive SMS on their virtual numbers, but no voice calls.
Twilio.com promises such numbers, but Swiss numbers are only available
for beta users (waiting for them to enable my beta program access).
Any other suggestions?
I would also be interested in an Italian number for similar purpose.
Italy is not on the list at Twilio yet.
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At home, I have replaced Swisscom internet box by my own (Linux)
router. For IPv6, I noticed that the MTU is 1472 instead of 1480 (1500 -
20). For IPv4, MTU is 1500.
Does anyone know why the MTU on those 6RD links has to be 1472 and not
1480? Have other people with the same setup noticed that too?
printk("HPFS: Grrrr... Kernel memory corrupted ... going on, but
it'll crash very soon :-(\n");
Forwarding invitation from ISOC-CH
> *Invitation to National ISOC-CH Event on Thu Nov 13th at 6 p.m. in Bern*
> We, the Internet Society Switzerland Chapter (ISOC-CH), are happy to
> invite you to our National Event 2014 on a currently heavily debated matter
> "What happens to IANA?" or in other words "How much control over the
> Internet will the US government maintain in future?"
> *Speakers include:*
> - *Konstantinos Komaitis*,* Internet Society (ISOC*), Policy Advisor
> - *Massimiliano Stucchi* from *RIPE NCC*
> - *Brian Trammell*, member of the *IAB (Internet Architecture Board)*
> For a long time core functions of the Internet, such as the the overall
> administration of Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
> (IANA), have been under supervision of the US government. Recently, the US
> government announced its intent to transition part of its oversight role to
> the global multistakeholder community. This announcement attracted a great
> deal of attention and has sparked some very lively discussions. You can
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> We invite you to an event where the IANA transition process will be
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> This event is public and guests are more than welcome to join. Please
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> Looking forward to your registrations!
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