jeff at stratustalk.com
Mon Mar 8 10:31:45 CST 2021
Are they doing anything on inbound for you, and have you made any
decisions about how you will display the tag to your customers? I have
been focusing on the outbound piece of this, just starting to think
about what to do with the incoming data...
On 3/7/21 7:08 PM, Alexander Perkins wrote:
> Hi Greg. In our use case, we purchase DIDs from them. So, they are
> the inbound carrier (they are a CLEC and IPES) and STIR/SHAKEN Service
> Provider. However, we do not use them for termination. They offer
> service termination, but we do not use them due to
> existing contracts. So, in order to have our calls signed, we needed
> them to do it. The biggest issue we've come across is the number of
> companies /able to /provide this service is limited, especially to the
> Asterisk community. I stress able to because even though some
> companies are Service Providers, they are simply not
> technically capable of offering it.
> I will send you my contact's information at TILTX privately. He's a
> subject-matter expert with the STIR/SHAKEN framework and he's offered
> us invaluable help.
> On Sun, Mar 7, 2021 at 1:43 PM Greg Troxel <gdt at lexort.com
> <mailto:gdt at lexort.com>> wrote:
> Alexander Perkins <alexanderhenryperkins at gmail.com
> <mailto:alexanderhenryperkins at gmail.com>> writes:
> > They ended up creating an AGI script for us that handles
> everything. At
> > the end of the day, all we needed to do was pull down the
> script, and add
> > the exten => s,n,AGI(TILTX-SHAKEN.agi) command and it handles
> > everything else.
> I wonder if you could step back and explain the big picture, as
> I'm not
> really following this. As I understand it:
> usually asterisk is used as a pbx
> STIR/SHAKEN is a protocol run between carriers to prove the
> to use the claimed callerid
> when someone gets service from a carrier and connects to it from
> asterisk, I would expect the carrier to basically filter the claimed
> callerid to be from the set of values recorded with your account as
> legit, and for the carrier to do the STIR/SHAKEN authentication.
> So I wonder if your asterisk instance is connecting to the PSTN as a
> top-level carrier, or, more likely, I am confused in some way.
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