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I-D ACTION:draft-martin-network-sip-natfw-callflows-00.txt

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	Title		: SIP Through NAT Enabled Firewall Call Flows
	Author(s)	: C. Martin, A. Johnston
	Filename	: draft-martin-network-sip-natfw-callflows-00.txt
	Pages		: 
	Date		: 17-Jul-01
This informational draft outlines the operation of a SIP enabled 
NAPT (often referred to as PAT)/firewall ALG which makes 
modifications to SIP (Session Initiation Protocol)[2] headers and 
SDP (Session Description Protocol)[3] fields.  Both inbound and 
outbound detailed call flows are included.

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