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I-D ACTION:draft-foster-mgcp-bulkaudits-08.txt

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	Title		: The Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) Bulk Audit 
	Author(s)	: B. Foster, D. Auerbach, F. Andreasen
	Filename	: draft-foster-mgcp-bulkaudits-08.txt
	Pages		: 17
	Date		: 2003-2-6
The base Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) includes audit 
commands that only allow a Call Agent to audit endpoint and/or 
connection state one endpoint at a time. This document describes a 
new MGCP package for bulk auditing of a group of gateway endpoints. 
It allows a Call Agent to determine the endpoint naming convention, 
the list of instantiated endpoints as well connection and endpoint 
state for the group of endpoints. This is particularly important in 
fail-over situations in which there are gateways that have large 
numbers of endpoints.

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