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Title : Example call flows using SIP security mechanisms
Author(s) : C. Jennings
Filename : draft-jennings-sip-sec-flows-00.txt
Pages : 43
Date : 2003-10-21
This document shows call flows demonstrating the use of SIPS, TLS,
and S/MIME in SIP. This draft provides information that helps
implementors build interoperable SIP software. It is purely
informational. To help facilitate interoperability testing, it
includes certificates used in the example call flows and a CA
certificate to create certificates for testing.
Warning - this is a very early draft of this document. The call flows
in it have not been verified against multiple versions of the
software and have reasonable odds of being wrong.
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