[Sip] I am also a beginner with SIP

"Farnham, Bruce" <Bruce.Farnham@twtelecom.com> Thu, 03 January 2008 16:31 UTC

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I have been looking for some time for an RFC or specification that
details the mapping of SIP to Q.931. Does anyone know if such a
document exists?

Thanks in advance,

Bruce Farnham
Time Warner Telecom

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