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I-D ACTION:draft-schulzrinne-sip-911-01.txt

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	Title		: Providing Emergency Call Services for SIP-based 
                          Internet Telephony
	Author(s)	: H. Schulzrinne
	Filename	: draft-schulzrinne-sip-911-01.txt
	Pages		: 17
	Date		: 29-Mar-01
If Internet Telephony is to offer a full replacement for traditional
telephone services, it needs to provide emergency call services. In
the United States, emergency calls are known as 911 services, based
on the number dialed. This note desccribes some options for providing
enhanced emergency service, i.e., emergency calls that allow
emergency response centers to determine the address where the caller
is located. This is made more difficult by the temporary nature of IP
addresses, the large number of ISPs and their lack of legal
responsibility for emergency services and the ability of many
Internet terminals to be connected to the Internet at different
locations. This note explores some of the requirements and design

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