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Table Of Contents

Introduction
VoIP protocol architecture
Multimedia protocol stack
SIP protocol use
SIP applications
Personal mobility
tel URLs (RFC 2806)
SIP building blocks
Back-to-back UA (B2BUA)
Maintaining state in SIP entities
SIP building block properties
SIP architecture: peer-to-peer
SIP architecture: outbound proxy
SIP architecture: VoIP to PSTN
SIP architecture: PSTN to VoIP
SIP operation in proxy mode
SIP operation in redirect mode
Locating users: registrars and location servers
Basic user location mechanism
Basic SIP “routing” mechanisms
Outbound proxies
Locating users: DNS SRV
Using DNS SRV for scalable load-balancing
Aside: SIP scaling
SIP requests and responses
SIP syntax
SIP methods
SIP invitation and media negotiation
Tagging To
SIP call legs
SIP responses
SIP response routing
SIP spirals
Request routing
SIP sequential request forking
SIP request forking
Parallel forking call flow
SIP transport issues
Transport reliability for all but INVITE
INVITE reliability
Differences to classical signaling
Aside: Alternative architecture: master-slave
MGCP/SIP architecture
Extending SIP
SIP extensions and feature negotiation
Standard call/caller identification
Additional call information
draft-ietf-sip-privacy
Invitation modes
SIP-based services
Call transfer
IVR and VoiceXML
Third-party call control
SIP billing/charging
Threats
SIP security
SIP authentication
Basic authentication
Digest authentication
Quality of service
Interaction with resource reservation
Contact example
SIP presence architecture
SIP presence components
SIP presence protocol
SIP SUBSCRIBE example
SIP NOTIFY example
SIP events
Example home architecture
SIP IM
Programming SIP services
Programming services
cgi-bin for SIP Servers
Examples
cgi Script Functionality
cgi Script Mechanism
Cgi Example: Call Forwarding
The Call Processing Language
Purpose
Abstract structure
Abstract structure (cont)
Textual representation
Switch nodes
Address Switches: address
String Switches: string
Time switches: time
Time switches: examples
Location nodes
Simple location nodes: location
Location lookup nodes: lookup
Location removal nodes: remove-location
Signalling Actions: proxy
Signalling Actions: redirect
Signalling Actions: reject
Non-signalling action: mail
Non-signalling action: log
Subactions
Example: Call Redirect Unconditional
Example: Call Forward Busy/No Answer
Example: Call Screening
Example: Time-of-day Routing
Example: Non-call Actions
3G networks
3G and VoIP
Signaling in 3GPP IM subsystem
3G SIP registration
Differences to “standard” SIP
RFCs
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