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This draft is a work item of the Media Gateway Control Working Group of the IETF.
Title : Megaco/H.248 NAS Package
Author(s) : J. Mitchell, T. Taylor, A. Whitton, R. Subramaniam
Filename : draft-ietf-megaco-naspkg-03.txt
Pages : 17
Date : 23-Jul-01
This document is work in progress, intended to satisfy the
requirements in section 11.2.5 of the Megaco/H.248 requirements
document . It defines five packages:
- the base NAS package contains properties and events supported by
all NAS terminations;
- the NAS Incoming package contains properties and events
supported by NAS terminations involved in calls initiated by the
- the NAS Outgoing package contains properties supported by NAS
terminations involved in calls outgoing to the circuit network;
- the NAS Control package contains an event supported by a NAS
Control termination, which allows the MG to indicate a request to
initiate a data connection to a terminal served by the switched
- the NAS ROOT package contains properties supported by an MG which
is also capable of supporting at least the NAS and NAS Incoming
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