SIP for Telephones (SIP-T): Context and Architectures

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Authors Aparna Vemuri  , Jon Peterson 
Last updated 2001-03-02
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SIP-T (earlier referred to as the SIP-BCP-T) is a mechanism that uses SIP to facilitate the interconnection of the PSTN with IP. This document explains the context and the architectures in which SIP-T may be used. This document has to be studied in conjunction with the existing SIP-T (referred to in some older documents as SIP-BCP-T) literature.


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