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Title : Supporting Service Mobility with SIP
Author(s) : F. Vakil et al.
Filename : draft-itsumo-sip-mobility-service-00.txt
Pages : 10
Date : 17-Nov-00
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) can be used to provide means of
personal, terminal, and service mobility in a mobile Internet. This
document describes two schemes for supporting service mobility in a
SIP environment. The first assumes that call states are maintained
and stored within the network and home network always controls calls
and services of its subscribers. The second assumes that call states
are stored in the mobile stations (MSs) and managed in a distributed
manner, and the visited network controls users' calls and services.
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