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Title : Third Party Call Control in SIP-H.323 Interworking
Author(s) : M. Bhatia
Filename : draft-bhatia-sip-h323-interworking-3pcc-00.txt
Date : 17-Oct-01
This document discusses third party call control in a SIP-H.323
Interworking environment. Third party call control refers to the
ability of one entity to create a call in which communications is
actually between other parties . The SIP-H.323 Interworking
function is discussed in . Here we discuss how the Interworking
entity can function as a controller for third party call
control, as well as an party to it.
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