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I-D ACTION:draft-rosenberg-sip-unify-00.txt



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	Title		: Unifying Early Media, Manyfolks, And HERFP
	Author(s)	: J. Rosenberg
	Filename	: draft-rosenberg-sip-unify-00.txt
	Pages		: 36
	Date		: 18-Jan-02
	
The SIP working group has been grappling with a variety of very
difficult problems lately. These include early media, coupling of
resource reservation and call signaling, and the so-called
Heterogeneous Error Response Forking Problem (HERFP). Additional
problems being considered include supporting capability negotiation
for indicating support any one of one-of-N codecs, upgrading the
security on RTP streams, and demultiplexing media from a forked
INVITE. In this document, we present a unified view of all of these
problems, and present a unified solution that solves all of them in
the same way.

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