New protocol connects voice over IP

Young, Larry
December 1999
Network World;12/13/99, Vol. 16 Issue 50, p51
Trade Publication
Focuses on the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), part of an Internet Engineering Task Force initiative to replace parts of H.323 protocol. SIP as an application layer, control/signaling protocol for creating and modifying addresses; Facets of establishing and terminating multimedia communications; Identification of callers and call receivers by SIP addresses.


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