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IPv6 2 January 2013

Next SIP Forum "SIP Over IPv6" Call on January 9th

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content
UPDATE – Jan 9, 2012: Unfortunately due to some scheduling conflicts, the call on January 9th was cancelled.  There will be discussion on the SIP Forum discussion list to determine the date of the next call.
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One week from today, on January 9, the SIP Forum’s “SIP Over IPv6 Task Group” will be having it’s next conference call.  Andy Hutton, co-chair of the group, provided notes of last call where discussion continued about how to move efforts forward.  As he notes, a message with an agenda and more details should be sent to the list soon (you can check the list archive).

As I wrote about before, this Task Group is an important step toward getting more Voice over IP (VoIP) communication happening over IP.  If you are interested in getting more involved, the Task Group web page explains more about what the group is doing – and the SIP Forum IPv6 mailing list is open to all to join.

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Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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