An Architecture for Gateway Registration based on Trunk Groups
draft-peterson-iptel-gwreg-arch-00

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Abstract

This document presents a framework in which gateways (points of interconnection between the Public Switched Telephone Network and Internet-based telephone systems) register themselves with a location service in order to communicate their own availability and the availability of the resources and services they provide. Unlike previous approaches to this problem, this document considers trunk groups as a resource which gateways register.

Authors

Jon Peterson (jon.peterson@neustar.biz)

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