Are you using Telinta?
Meet MOR, the Telinta alternative for VoIP providers that need a more affordable carrier-grade switching & billing solution with top-notch support.
|MOR is designed for small and medium-sized VoIP providers that need a robust Class 5 Softswitch, with billing and routing functions at a fair price.||Telinta is designed for telecom service providers that can allocate comparably higher budgets to their Softswitch infrastructure.
|Kolmisoft focuses on a narrow niche: the development of MOR and M4 softswitches with in-built billing and routing functionality. This focus helps us cut distractions, develop stable and powerful softswitches, and maintain top-notch support.||Telinta offers Cloud-based Switching & Billing solution (Hosted Softswitch) for VoIP service providers. Telinta is originally developed by another company – PortaOne, so Telinta isn’t a creator of their softswitch.|
|Kolmisoft also offers 24×7 support for emergency issues with an average response time of 15 minutes!||Telinta offers live technical support, 24x7x365.|
Call Troubleshooting with PCAP
|PCAP is a valuable resource for file analysis and monitoring your voice traffic. Packet collection tools like Wireshark allow you to collect network traffic and translate it into a human-readable format. You can check the SIP trace of a call on the Call Info page. It provides detailed info about calls, including Call Logs and downloadable PCAP files.||You can check the SIP trace in the system, but you cannot download PCAP files. To do that you must submit a ticket in Telinta’s support system. As a result, the call troubleshooting process will take much longer.|
On-premise installation vs. Shared hosting
|Kolmisoft softswitches are available on-premise (installation is done on your server) and as a hosted platform (installation on dedicated servers). This gives you more flexibility and more control. Kolmisoft doesn’t use shared hosting – every customer has their own servers.||Telinta uses partitioned PortaSwitch and provides it on shared hosting, which means that you can’t install it on-premise. This way, you don’t have any control over the infrastructure and its location.|
Wondering where to start?
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