[Sip] Why Proxy sends option to its client

"Dharmesh Desai" <Dharmesh.Desai@Matrixtelesol.com> Fri, 28 December 2007 04:43 UTC

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Dear All,

I have a quarry related to OPTION.

I have seen that one of the proxies is sending OPTION to its client at some
particular time interval.

Is Proxy can send OPTION to its client?

If yes, then what is purpose of doing so?

Dharmesh Desai 
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