[asterisk-users] Stir-Shaken for asterisk

Eric Wieling ewieling at nyigc.com
Wed May 27 23:47:59 CDT 2020

Transnexus has some STIR/SHAKEN related features.

We are evaluating them for robocall blocking.

On 5/28/20 12:10 AM, Jeff LaCoursiere wrote:
> A few weeks... like in a year and a few weeks:
> https://transnexus.com/blog/2020/fcc-mandates-stir-shaken/
> Some interesting bits in there as well, like:
> "These rules do not apply to providers that lack control of the network 
> infrastructure necessary to implement STIR/SHAKEN."
> See also:
> https://wiki.asterisk.org/wiki/display/AST/STIR+and+SHAKEN
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> On 5/27/20 10:51 PM, Saint Michael wrote:
>> In a few weeks, no SIP call is going to terminate unless they 
>> are signed properly, as mandated by law.  We are in the business of 
>> Stir-Shaken, signing calls, as an FCC-approved provider. A big 
>> differentiator between our service and the rest: we are the only ones 
>> who don't need to receive the calls in our servers to sign them. We do 
>> this over a MySQL call, easily connectable to Asterisk via res_odbc, 
>> so you never have to send us your calls. This is a sample of how we do 
>> this so you may test now:
>> mysql -u anonymous -h -e "call 
>> strshk.stir_shaken_signature('7274433019','19544447408')".
>> If your caller-ID is a valid US number and not a wireless number (that 
>> is a NO-NO for the FCC), we sign the call as 'C', if you use your own 
>> DIDs, something we can verify as legit, then we sign as 'B', and if 
>> you use our DID as caller ID, we sign as 'A', full attestation.
>> Please email to venefax at g mail if you have any questions. Do not 
>> think you can do business as usual. The wild west of VOIP is coming to 
>> an end. But we can keep you in business if you follow the rules.


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