[sip-ops] Anouncing new Sip-Ops mailing list

Cullen Jennings <fluffy@cisco.com> Mon, 27 April 2009 19:12 UTC

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Subject: [sip-ops] Anouncing new Sip-Ops mailing list
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We have set up a new list for discussion of SIP Operational issues.  
You can subscribe at


The purpose of the SIP-Ops mailing list is to discuss issues and
requirements related to operating a SIP domain, which may drive the
need for IETF standardization or Best-Common-Practice documentation.
For example, issues or needs related to troubleshooting, diagnostics,
security, and administration relating to operating a SIP domain would
be candidates for this list. This is not a list to ask questions
about implementing current standards, nor about specific
product/vendor issues. Issues related to peering between domains are
more appropriate for discussion in SPEERMINT.

Thanks to Victor and Hadriel for running the list.

Cullen <RAI AD>

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