Presentation on theme: "Global SIP Dialling Plans (SIP Peering using key pads) SIP Workshop APAN Tokyo Japan 25 January 2005."— Presentation transcript:
Global SIP Dialling Plans (SIP Peering using key pads) SIP Workshop APAN Tokyo Japan 25 January 2005
2 Agenda 9:10 The SIP.edu Initiative (about 15 minutes) by Dennis Baron, MIT and Chair of Internet2 SIP Working Group 9:25 Internet Subscriber Number (ISN) trial (about 20 mins) by Ben Teitelbaum of Internet2 9:45 ENUM to peer VoIP Networks (about 10 minutes ) by Stephen Kingham 9:xx Using a hierarchy of SIP Servers. by Quincy Wu and Stephen Kingham 9:55 Open/Panel discussion until 10:30. how R&D networks might peer their SIP networks.
3 Introduction SIP Peering is already done when the domain is known because the DNS does all the work. eg anyone can call sip:Stephen.Kingham@aarnet.edu.au. These talks and discussion is about supporting the 12 button user interface, or specifically routing using numbers where the domain in NOT known.
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