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	Title		: Scenarios for ENUM and ENUM-like Systems
	Author(s)	: R. Stastny
	Filename	: draft-stastny-enum-scenarios-00.txt
	Pages		: 18
	Date		: 03-Jun-02
This document analyzes scenarios for ENUM and ENUM-like Systems, both 
for ENUM used by End Users and also for ENUM-like Systems used by 
operators for network-specific or infrastructure purposes. It also 
gives some examples of ENUM Usage and proposes a new URI scheme to be 
used with ENUM. This may allow a way forward for the definition of 
ENUM Services and also for the definition of the required URIs and 
their parameters. 
This document therefore deals with information stored in the ENUM and 
the look-up process and the usage of the information retived in this 
look up process. 
It does not deal with the administrative process related to the 
population of the relevant zones.

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