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Title : QoS and AAA Usage with SIP Based IP Communications
Author(s) : G. Gross, H. Sinnreich, D. Rawlins, S. Thomas
Filename : draft-gross-sipaq-00.txt
Pages : 23
Date : 20-Nov-00
This document specifies the architecture, protocols and messages for
SIP based IP communications between Internet domains in support of
QoS and AAA. Detailed message flows and message contents are
discussed and specified. AAA requirements including inter-domain and
user authorization in mobile and non-mobile environments are
addressed. A solution is proposed where session setup and teardown
are linked with QoS and AAA signaling using AAA policy servers and
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