Zaledia.com is a not-for-profit organization based in Sion, Switzerland. We
provide VOIP services to our members. Our goal is to allow IP telephony
experiments, to help people discover what VOIP is and to provide
individuals and associations an innovative communication infrastructure. We
offer our services free-of-charge, and we support open source solutions and
philosophy. Please have a look at our website for more informations:
As a private SIP VOIP acounts provider, we don't sell access to PSTN
network. Thus, we do not compete with any established telecommunications
Constantly seeking to improve our services, we would like to offer to our
members a free DID phone number, so they can be called from the PSTN (call
origination only, we are not interested in call termination). As a
non-profit structure, our financial resources are limited, that is why we
are looking for a partner/sponsor who could provide us with a range of
swiss DID numbers. Ideally, this block could be delegated to us
free-of-charge, or leased for a minimum feee. (of course these numbers will
never be rented for profit or sold to third parties). We could consider
various forms of partnership (displaying a banner on our website,
recommending your services to our members, ...) We believe that such
cooperation is win-win.
I hope that our proposal will interest you, and I remain at your disposal
for any further information.
IT, Zaledia.com founder
I guess all of us is in touch to administrate DNS Servers. And I guess Bind will be a popular one.
In our situation, different admins, with different skill make changes on zone files. And some guys (. I cannot understand why.), don't like vi as administration tool.
We're looking for a web based Admin Tool, to manage our zone files on two Bind DNS (Master, slave) Servers. If any possible, this tool should support zone based admin rights for external customers.
What kind of tool do you use? Webmin? Plesk? vi?
I found a lot of outdated and unmaintained tools, quite frustrating.
Thank you very much!
since a few weeks i see following messages
on a server in Europe
kernel:nf_ct_sip: dropping packetIN=eth0 OUT=
DST=184.108.40.206 LEN=513 TOS=0x00 PREC=0x00 TTL=115 ID=27879 PROTO=UDP
SPT=29012 DPT=5060 LEN=493
There are various IP´s causing this problem.
In common: all IP´s causing those Messages are originating from a CGN
The example above is an Brazilian Cableprovider.
Client behind those networks complaining getting sometimes dropped
calls, or one way speech in some cases not able to Register some of
Sip-devices while others work. mostly in times the Kernel drop packets.
Does someone have any idea what is causing this ? even why the hell an
invalid MAC address could made it so far.