from what i've seen in europe the registries love it and the users don't
really take it. the main problem i've seen there is that the validation
process is way too complicated for the normal domain registrar and the
customer. the registration numbers in germany and austria are not too
impressive either. the swiss guys killed their enum project afaik.
On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 12:56 PM, Nathan Ward <nznog(a)daork.net> wrote:
On 23/12/2008, at 12:44 PM, JONES JAMES F wrote:
Is anyone doing anything with 4.6.e164.arpa
Seems to me that it could tie in to TUANZ/INZ stuff.
I'd question whether it's worthwhile going through all the
bureaucratic nightmare to get a limited lifetime bridge between the
PSTN and the Internet.
Why not just use SIP URIs?
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