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I-D ACTION:draft-campbell-pub-bind-reqs-00.txt



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	Title		: Requirements for Binding Published Data to SIP 
                          Services
	Author(s)	: B. Campbell
	Filename	: draft-campbell-pub-bind-reqs-00.txt
	Pages		: 7
	Date		: 03-May-02
	
A growing number of SIP based services depend on the idea that
clients may publish service-related information to network elements.
This information may then affect further processing of the service.
Examples of such services include presence and CPL.
Multiple protocols may exists for the actual publication of such
data.  But regardless of the protocol, a client must know where to
send it.  This document describes requirements for a mechanism to
inform clients where and how to publish service related information.

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