Followup: The Guilty Party

Categories: VoIP.

So, it turns out the ISP — or at least one of them — who had started blocking port 5060 so as to disrupt VoIP services is a little company called “Madison River Communications.”

The problem appears to be cleared up now. And the fine is big enough that it would definitely deter… umm… most people who had to pay it out of their own pocket?

Comments

  1. Ben

    And in reference to the previous thread on this, the article makes it appear as if Madison River was indeed blocking them to do fear of competion, rather than because of any network engineering motivation.