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I-D ACTION:draft-calhoun-sip-aaa-reqs-02.txt



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	Title		: AAA Requirements for IP Telephony/Multimedia
	Author(s)	: H. Basilier, P. Calhoun, M. Holdrege, 
                          T. Johansson, J. Kempf
	Filename	: draft-calhoun-sip-aaa-reqs-02.txt
	Pages		: 15
	Date		: 08-May-01
	
The AAA Working Group has been defining requirements for Network
Access in Inter-Domain (roaming) networks, including requirements
from the Mobile IP and NASREQ Working Groups. Some of these
requirements were input from work done in the 3rd Generation wireless
SDOs. These same SDO's have a need to tie their IP Intelligent
Servers (e.g. Softswitches, Call Agents, SIP Servers, etc.)  to their
AAA infrastructure. This specification defines some requirements for
both the AAA (meaning a new extension to DIAMETER) and IP
Telephony/Multimedia protocols (SIP, MEGACO, etc.)

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