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I-D ACTION:draft-bouwen-megaco-isdn-data-00.txt

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	Title		: Extensions to Megaco to support Data in an ISDN 
	Author(s)	: J. Bouwen
	Filename	: draft-bouwen-megaco-isdn-data-00.txt
	Pages		: 
	Date		: 20-Nov-00
In ISDN interfaces the D-channel is used to transport the Q.931
signalling messages. In addition, the D-channel can transport packet
data for user-to-user communication. The Megaco protocol
specification has to be extended to support data in an ISDN D-
channel. More specifically, ephemeral terminations on top of
physical ISDN terminations have to be allowed, and support for the
ISDN addressing scheme has to be added to refer to the data streams
in the D-channel. This draft defines the required additional
functionality, that could be part of the second version of the
Megaco protocol.

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