[sip-ops] Plea for SIP-OPS Clue - MARTINI

"Spencer Dawkins" <spencer@wonderhamster.org> Fri, 29 January 2010 13:21 UTC

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Subject: [sip-ops] Plea for SIP-OPS Clue - MARTINI
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Dear SIP-OPS folk,

Just a heads-up about an IETF effort that needs operator input...

The MARTINI working group has been chartered to define an IETF 
standards-track mechanism for mass-registering SIP AORs for SIP PBXes. 
Typically, today this happens with a vanilla SIP REGISTER operation that 
gives no indication that additional AORs are being implicitly registered.

Charter is at http://tools.ietf.org/wg/martini/charters.

The working group is looking at a variety of proposals about how to do this, 
including switching to the use of PUBLISH, and we're seeing assertions that 
(for instance) SIP operators often drop all traffic that doesn't correspond 
to a REGISTER, so the PUBLISH would not be forwarded to the location service 
unless that filtering changes.

We're also talking about whether we should do this only for tel: URIs, which 
would be a pretty big change.

We are getting input from CableLabs on behalf of MSOs, but we're not getting 
input from other operators. If you care about this work, please take a look 
at the mailing list 
(http://www.ietf.org/mail-archive/web/martini/current/maillist.html), and 
then let us know (on the MARTINI mailing list) what you think.

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Thanks,

Spencer, as MARTINI co-chair