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Title : IN- and PINT-related Requirements for SPIRITS Protocol
Author(s) : I. Faynberg, J. Gato, H. Lu, L. Slutsman
Filename : draft-faynberg-spirits-inpintreqs-02.txt
Pages : 9
Date : 10-Nov-00
This Internet-Draft is written in response to the SPIRITS WG chairs'
call for contributions to the future RFC on the SPIRITS protocol
requirements. The goal of this document is to introduce the
requirements pertinent to Intelligent Network (IN) and the (future)
work of PSTN/Internet iNTernetworking (PINT) WG. To this end, the
SPIRITS architecture has been slightly augmented to demonstrate the
relation of PINT to SPIRITS as discussed at the Adelaide meeting.
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