said by docbill:
Some of these usages are appropriate when connection to the voip.ms webserver, some are not. But the point is, if I am an authenticated user it shouldn't matter.
It's up to each provider what security police they want to implement. Voip.ms is not alone with such strict policy.
However, I'm not surprised why they have this strict policy. Connecting from a VPN with dynamic IP addresses should trigger an alarm many times. Such VPN services often attract a certain type of users, a type of users most voip providers prefer not to have as customers. --
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