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Title : Tier-1 ENUM System Roles and Responsibilities
Author(s) : D. Ranalli, D. Peek, R. Walters
Filename : draft-ranalli-peek-walter-enum-t1roles-00.txt
Pages : 9
Date : 21-Nov-00
This document describes the actors in a global Tier-1 ENUM System
and the roles and responsibilities that each of the actors fulfills.
In this context, a 'Tier-1 ENUM System' refers to a holistic system
for registering E.164 telephone numbers in a DNS top-level domain.
The population of NAPTR records with URI's in a Tier-2 ENUM System
as described in RFC 2916  is not discussed in this draft.
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