Re: [splices] FW: New Version Notification for draft-loreto-splices-disaggregated-media-02.txt

Salvatore Loreto <salvatore.loreto@ericsson.com> Thu, 07 July 2011 16:04 UTC

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Subject: Re: [splices] FW: New Version Notification for draft-loreto-splices-disaggregated-media-02.txt
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Hi Dale,

what you show in the below diagrams are media streams not dialog, isn't it?

if so, the "near-end managed" is not really clear to me:
what the UA, the one managing all of its UAs, is supposed to do with the 
media streams
that passes trough it?

/Sal

On 7/6/11 10:07 PM, Worley, Dale R (Dale) wrote:
> Here are diagrams of both ends using disaggregated media, with 2 UAs each, each UA handling two media streams.  The first diagram is "near-end managed", where each end has a UA managing all of its UAs.  The second diagram is "far-end managed", where the far-end UAs are aware of the aggregation.
>
> (This is fixed-width ASCII art.  You may have to copy it to another tool to see it correctly.)
>
>         "near-end managed":
>
>          ----                                 ----
>         | UA |\\                           //| UA |
>          ----  \\ stream 1       stream 1 //  ----
>        stream 2 \\                       // stream 3
>                  \---- ............. ----/
>                  | UA |.............| UA |
>                  /---- ............. ----\
>        stream 3 //     .............     \\ stream 2
>          ----  // stream 4       stream 4 \\  ----
>         | UA |//                           \\| UA |
>          ----                                 ----
>          Alice                                 Bob
>
>
>
>       "far-end managed":
>
>        /------------\    stream 1      /------------\
>       |     ---- ____|________________|____ ----     |
>       |    | UA |____|______    ______|____| UA |    |
>       |     ----   stream 2 \  /      |     ----     |
>       |              |       \/       |              |
>       |              |       /\       |              |
>       |            stream 3 /  \      |              |
>       |     ---- ____|_____/    \_____|____ ----     |
>       |    | UA |____|________________|____| UA |    |
>       |     ----     |	stream 4     |     ----     |
>        \------------/                  \------------/
>            Alice                             Bob
>
> Dale