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Session Initiation Protocol (SIP): Controlling Convergent Networksby Travis Russell
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Build a next-generation telecommunications infrastructure
Consolidate divergent networks into one seamless, high-performance communications landscape using cutting-edge SIP technology, tools, and techniques. Session Initiation Protocol (SIP): Controlling Convergent Networks explains how to deliver Internet phone calls, IMs, video streams, and teleconferences across legacy, wireless, and wireline networks. Learn how to manage SIP sessions, build layers and proxies, interpret control codes, set up gateways, and comply with IETF and 3GPP standards. You'll also get details on using the latest methods, maximizing QoS, and implementing security measures.
From a leading expert on the topic of SIP
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) provides youwith a comprehensive implementation guide to maintaining andtroubleshooting an SIP network and understanding its operations.SIP is a signaling protocol used for VoIP, instant messaging,online games, and other multimedia elements. This practicalguide covers registration procedures within an SIP network,security, SIP Response Codes, extending SIP to support newfunctions, and more.
About the Author
Travis Russell has been in the telecommunicationsindustry since 1977. He is a senior manager in Tekelec’sCommunications Software Solutions Group. Travis is the author ofSignaling System #7 (978-0-07-146879-4), now in its fifth edition.
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