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2 SIP for Light Bulbs Using SIP to Support Communication with Networked Appliances SIP for Light Bulbs Using SIP to Support Communication with Networked Appliances draft-moyer-sip-appliances-framework-00.txt An SAIC Company 48 th IETF Pittsburgh, PA Authors: S. Moyer, D. Marples, S. Tsang, J. Katz, P. Gurung, T. Cheng, A. Dutta Telcordia H. Schulzrinne Columbia Contacts : Stan Moyer, stanm@research.telcordia.com Simon Tsang, stsang@research.telcordia.com

3 48 th IETF August 2, 2000 – 2 SIP for Light Bulbs… Whats the problem? Why use SIP? Using SIP for Networked Appliances Whats next…

4 48 th IETF August 2, 2000 – 3 What is a Networked Appliance (NA)? (AKA: Internet Appliance or IP Appliance) Networked Appliance: n. A dedicated function consumer device containing a networked processor. Examples; Lamps Coffee Makers Alarm Clocks

5 48 th IETF August 2, 2000 – 4 How are NAs communicated with? Directly; Appliance Controller Indirectly;

6 48 th IETF August 2, 2000 – 5 Networking Appliances Today… A Multitude of Devices and Technologies… X.10 VESA home n/w Home PnP UPnP Jini HAVi

7 48 th IETF August 2, 2000 – 6 RGW/NAT/ Firewall Issues accessing into the home… Home.simon.net (public) DNS Wheres Simons bedroom lamp? Appliance Controller (X.10) 1. Addressing & Numbering B0 (X.10) B1 (X.10) 10.13.1.1 (Private IP) 192.178.56.2 tv.home.simon.net (Public IP) X.10

8 48 th IETF August 2, 2000 – 7 Issues accessing into the home… What protocol Should I use to communicate with the Appliance? RGW/NAT/ Firewall Home.simon.net (public) Appliance Controller (X.10) UPnP HAVi X.10 2. Control Protocols/Interfaces

9 48 th IETF August 2, 2000 – 8 Accessing Appliances from the wide area... Different communications paradigms: –Media streaming (sessions) –Control (Instant Messaging) –Queries (e.g., of device state) –Asynchronous events (notification) Imposes additional requirements of security and privacy on the communication into the home. Requires identification of the device within the home that the message is intended for, and cannot rely upon DNS to achieve this. May require many different device communication languages to be used. May have to work through a firewall or NAT type device. Cannot assume transparent IP numbering.

10 48 th IETF August 2, 2000 – 9 Accessing into the home... Internal LAN ApplianceControllerApplianceController Internet Firewall /NAT RGW Corporate Intranet Mobile network Any data network! Outside WorldIn Home Protection

11 48 th IETF August 2, 2000 – 10 The Proposal… Use SIP to meet the requirements for access to devices from the wide area. This allows re-use of the infrastructure that has been constructed for SIP in a whole new domain. Use SIP to meet the requirements for access to devices from the wide area. This allows re-use of the infrastructure that has been constructed for SIP in a whole new domain.

12 48 th IETF August 2, 2000 – 11 Using SIP to Access Into the Home... Internal LAN ApplianceControllerApplianceController Internet Outside WorldIn Home Protection Firewall /NAT SIP UA Corporate Intranet Mobile network Any data network! SIP Proxy SIP UA

13 48 th IETF August 2, 2000 – 12 Our Proposed Usage for Supporting NAs… Issue: SIP is a session protocol, it transports in the context of a session that is established (e.g. INFO). –Leverage IM work and use the method called MESSAGE, which behaves similarly to INVITE, but does not explicitly set up a session - it simply delivers its payload to the UA and carries back the response. –Also need IM SUBSCRIBE and NOTIFY methods Issue: How to address devices. –Encode a hierarchical device naming scheme (e.g., SLP URL) to left of @ sign in To: field. –Encrypt encoded address to ensure privacy. –Example: slp:/d=lamp,r=bedroom,u=stsang Issue: SIP traditionally carries SDP payload. –Need to define new payloads (==new MIME types) which can carry the information required to excite NAs and which can carry responses back to the originator. –Propose a Device Messaging Protocol (DMP) MIME type

14 48 th IETF August 2, 2000 – 13 SIP Extensions in Action… Controlling an Appliance (Lamp)… Internet Home domain (simon.home.net) Non-IP Devices Device-specific control interface (e.g. UPnP, HAVi, X.10, Jini) ApplianceControllerApplianceController SIP UA SIP Proxy Firewall/ NAT SIP Proxy (RGW) Location Database (local) 192.72.56.45 10.13.11.12 MESSAGE [slp:/d=lamp,r=bedroom,u=simon]@simon.home.net To: [slp:/d=lamp,r=bedroom,u=simon]@simon.home.net From: smoyer@mypc.company.com Content-type: application/dmp ON GUIGUI SIP UA (Client)

15 48 th IETF August 2, 2000 – 14 Whats Next… Revise Framework I-D Additional detailed Internet Drafts Device addressing conventions/practices New Payload - Device Message Protocol (DMP) REGISTER Payload – Device Description Protocol (DDP) SIP Security for Appliances Seek collaborations/partners Develop prototypes of SIP Appliances components and demo Participate in next (Nov./Dec.?) bakeoff Continue to spread the word on SIP for Networked Appliances throughout the industry….

16 48 th IETF August 2, 2000 – 15 Internet-Draft: draft-moyer-sip-appliances-framework-00.txt or ftp://ftp.telcordia.com/pub/world/stanm/ietf/draft-moyer-sip- appliances-framework-00.pdf S. Moyer, D. Marples, S. Tsang, J. Katz, P. Gurung, T. Cheng, A. Dutta Telcordia H. Schulzrinne Columbia Contacts: Stan Moyer or Simon Tsang Thank You…


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