Peterson, Jon wrote:
However, if we assume that the delay incurred by that timer is
Use reasonable timer, as you seems to be assuming a few
minutes of delay.
It's POTS, which means a few seconds of delay can not be
"essential function in the transition from analog POTS to
SIP based communication."
You say it's "analog POTS". Forget requirements like "real-time"
And, remember that the calls of the most advanced POTS of digital
ISDN is delayed a several seconds after dialing, because ISDN has
a wonderful feature of optional and variable length subaddresses.
Remember also that the delay occurs for all the calls even though
virtually no one is using the subaddresses.
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