Re: [splices] Using Two Separate Devices to Start a Conversation proposal

Paul Kyzivat <pkyzivat@cisco.com> Mon, 06 June 2011 19:36 UTC

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IMO it is *undesirable* to require that there be a common point through 
which all the media to/from that end must flow. Its especially 
problematic if the "intelligent" device that would have the capability 
to do this is bandwidth limited - as could be the case with mobile phones.

Maybe this can be tolerated if we can find nothing better. Or maybe it 
can be a fallback approach if something else doesn't work. But I'd hate 
to see defining that as *the* approach without trying to find a way to 
avoid it.

	Thanks,
	Paul

On 6/6/2011 3:19 PM, Worley, Dale R (Dale) wrote:
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> From: splices-bounces@ietf.org [splices-bounces@ietf.org] On Behalf Of Peter Musgrave [musgravepj@gmail.com]
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> I think an approach in which one of the loosely coupled endpoints acts as a media relay would eliminate all these issues. It can then source and sink audio on the same port to the external device and provide the appearance of symmetric RTP.
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> I like the approach of having an aggregation controller, probably incorporated into one of the UAs, that coordinates the other aggregated UAs using 3PCC techniques.  (Either relaying the RTP, or manipulating the SDP to connect each source and sink.)
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> Of course, the aggregation controller has to handle all the "macro" call-control actions, such as receiving and acting on REFER, sending REFER, receiving and acting on INVITE-Replaces and INVITE-Join, etc.  Interestingly, all of the proposals require that one UA or the other handle all of these circumstances, although with a 3PCC aggregation controller, the need for designing how to handle these actions is more obvious.
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> The one additional operation is how does an aggregation controller hand over a call to another aggregation controller?  The aggregation process contains quite a bit of state (although some of it is reported in the dialog events of the aggregation controller).
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> BTW, here is a case which shows why it is better to have  the aggregation process done entirely at one end of the call:  Consider two aggregated clusters of UAs maintaining a dialog between themselves.  If a UA had to be aware of the aggregation at the far end of the call, along with the aggregation it was participating in on the near end, the logic would be incredibly complicated.
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