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I-D ACTION:draft-allocchio-gstn-03.txt

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	Title		: Text string notation for Dial Sequences and GSTN / 
                          E.164 addresses
	Author(s)	: C. Allocchio
	Filename	: draft-allocchio-gstn-03.txt
	Pages		: 
	Date		: 21-Mar-02
This memo describes the full set of notations needed to represent
in a text string a Dial Sequence. A Dial Sequence is normally
composed by Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) elements [1] plus 
separators and the additional 'actions' (such as 'wait for
dialtone', 'pause for N secs', etc.) which could be needed to 
successfully establish the connection with the target service:
this includes the cases where subaddresses or DTMF menu navigation 
apply. Global Switched Telephone Numbers (GSTN) / E.164 addresses 
(commonly called 'telephone numbers') [2] are a subset of a Dial 
Sequence, and thus use the same set of notations.

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