Articles tagged with: rtp

 

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SIP 2012 :: ICE – finding the best media path between two phones

Edvina continues the work to define a new SIP reference profile, updated to fit current networks and implementations. SIP 2.0 is over 10 years old and the RFC does no longer cover enough to fit the needs of the enterprise. Networking has changed and much has been added to SIP by the IETF in cooperation […]

September 22, 2012 | Posted by oej | Filed Under IPv6, SIP, SIP2012

SIP 2012 :: ICE – Interactive Connectivity Establishment

Goal: To find the best media path for Alice and Bob Since SIP was created NAT traversal has been an issue. With the migration to IPv6 we get many devices with dual stack support, which is a similar problem. The SIP call setup needs to involve a procedure to find the best media path across […]

September 22, 2012 | Posted by oej | Filed Under

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

The Asterisk SIP Masterclass

The Edvina Asterisk SIP Master Class! 5 days of SIP labs that will turn you into a SIP master! SIP is the IETF standard for IP realtime communication over private networks and the Internet. It’s a platform with support for many applications beside audio and video telephony – Instant messaging, whiteboarding, games… Asterisk is not […]

January 19, 2009 | Posted by admin | Filed Under

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