Pausing an RTP Media Stream
draft-even-flow-control-to-zero-00

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Abstract

In Real-time multimedia applications using multiple media streams in point to point and multipoint calls can benefit from options that will enable them to pause and resume media streams as well as to indicate a mute state. This document describes the difference between pause and mute and describes how to provide this required functionality. This document updates RFC5104.

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Roni Even (ron.even.tlv@gmail.com)

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