Articles tagged with: ietf

 

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What’s Happening with SIP and IPv6?

At the recent Netnod Spring Meeting Olle E. Johansson from Edvina was invited to talk about his work with dual stacks in SIP. The talk was very personal and covered the progress, or lack of progress, in the IETF and the work done in the SIP Forum IPv6 working group. The work started when Olle […]

April 6, 2015 | Posted by oej | Filed Under Events, IPv6, Presentations, SIP, Technology

#MoreCrypto: Working together for a safer Internet

The IETF recently met in London, UK, to spend a week focusing on improving the Internet protocols, the foundation for everything that is communicated over the wires of the Internet. ¬†At a recent meeting, the IETF – an open group of technicians – concluded that the pervasive monitoring discovered last year is to be seen […]

March 11, 2014 | Posted by oej | Filed Under MoreCrypto, Projects, Technology

SIP2012 :: Redefining SIP

Edvina today launched SIP2012 – a project to try to redefine SIP in the eyes of all customers to our industry. We need to go beyond the 10-year old RFC and use all the solutions developed by the IETF and the SIP Forum during 10 years of SIP version 2.0. We’re not defining SIP 3.0 […]

August 14, 2012 | Posted by oej | Filed Under SIP, SIP2012, Technology

Is SIP the new WebRTC infrastructure?

SIP celebrates 10 years this summer. When it was created, it was created to become the new infrastructure for Internet-wide realtime communication and collaboration. Based on domains, like e-mail, SIP was built for the Internet. But neither the Internet nor corporate networks was ready for it. Many problems was discovered, like NAT traversal, firewall handling […]

July 10, 2012 | Posted by oej | Filed Under SIP, Technology, WebRTC

Edvina participates in SIPit 29

Edvina will participate in SIPit in Monaco in October 2011. SIPit has been running for 15 years, testing the IETF SIP realtime communication framework. SIPit is a place for developers, both commercial and Open Source, to meet and test implementations of old and new features in the SIP standards.

October 17, 2011 | Posted by oej | Filed Under Corporate, Events

Finally an RFC for the SIP INFO message

SIP, like HTTP, is a request-response protocol. Each request has a method, that is standardized. A call setup uses the INVITE method, a call tear-down (hangup) use the BYE method. Those are simple to understand, as are a few of the other ones, like REFER for call transfers and MESSAGE for SMS-like text messages. The […]

January 15, 2011 | Posted by oej | Filed Under SIP

Open Unified Communication: Protocols

The most important part of building a long-term communication platform for your organization is standardizing on a set of communication protocols for all components. Open protocols are the foundation for the Internet. Interoperability is the most important property of the protocol implementation. You need to make sure that the various components talk with each other, […]

December 28, 2010 | Posted by oej | Filed Under

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