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In fact SIP is a powerful but limited protocol, with a well-defined scope. This book describes it in the context its framers intended, and meticulously explains how to use it as a transformative tool for telecom services. Written by one of the earliest contributors to SIP development in the IETF, SIP Demystified takes a long look at the what's and why's of today's most talked-about protocol, helping readers to move past the buzz, get poised for 3G, and start developing tomorrow's applications.
SIP Demystified gives you jargon-free explanations of the concepts that set SIP apart from other protocols and the reasons the standard was drafted -- so you can decide what to do with it.
|Ch. 1||Signalling in the Circuit-Switched Network||1|
|Ch. 2||Packet Switching, IP, and the IETF||29|
|Ch. 3||The Internet Multimedia Conferencing Architecture||55|
|Ch. 4||The Session Initiation Protocol: SIP||89|
|Ch. 5||SIP: Protocol Operation||115|
|Ch. 6||Extending SIP: The SIP Toolkit||159|
|Ch. 7||Building Applications with the SIP Toolkit||191|
|App.: Finding Futher Information on SIP||221|
Posted April 2, 2013