[MMUSIC] BUNDLE DECISSION: Full bundle or no bundle - there aint anything in between

Christer Holmberg <christer.holmberg@ericsson.com> Fri, 24 May 2013 10:28 UTC

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Subject: [MMUSIC] BUNDLE DECISSION: Full bundle or no bundle - there aint anything in between
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At the interim yesterday, we agreed that an answerer MUST always include identical ports* (usage of port zero within a bundle is a separate topic) for all m- lines within an bundle group.

If the answerer wants to use different ports* for some/all m- lines, it MUST NOT include those m- lines in a bundle group (if they already are in a bundle group, a separate offer is needed to remove them).

WHAT IT MEANS: There is no way for an answerer to tell that the offerer, for certain m- lines, can use the same port*, eventhough the answer will use separate ports*.

I will work on some actual text proposal later, but please indicate if you OBJECT to this approach in general.



NOTE: "port" = port:address combination - we are working on coming up with better terminology :)