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Title : Diameter Multimedia Application
Author(s) : M. Belinchon et al.
Filename : draft-belinchon-aaa-diameter-mm-app-00.txt
Pages : 37
Date : 2003-2-21
This document specifies a Diameter application that supports the
authentication, authorization, and collection of accounting
information for Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) services rendered
to a client node. This application, combined with the base Diameter
protocol and appropriate SIP extensions, allows SIP User Agents (UAs)
to obtain services from SIP servers that are connected to a Diameter
infrastructure. When combined with the Inter-Domain capability of
the base protocol, service may even be obtained from SIP servers that
belong to foreign domains, as would be encountered by roaming mobile
Note that the specification defined here may be used independently of
the authentication technique used for authenticating a node's link
layer or network-layer access. In particular, we do not require the
client node to be authenticated for access with the use of either the
Mobile IP  or NASREQ  Diameter application.
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