ERENA has launched a new website for the NRENum.net service, the global ENUM service for academia. With the new website the growing community of (prospective) NRENUM.net users can more easily find information and support. The website is live athttp://nrenum.net/.
The new NRENum.net website replaces the old Wiki page, which was useful for content collaboration in the early phase, but, now that the service has matured, a website maintained by TERENA better meets current needs. Feel free to look around and, if you spot any issues, contact service coordinator Péter Szegedi .
NRENum.net uses special DNS (Domain Name System) record types to translate a telephone number into a URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) that can be used in Internet communications. It provides a solution for seamless dialling interconnection between multiple video communication infrastructures based on SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) or H.323 protocols, and it facilitates services such as Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), videoconferencing and telepresence.