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Deploy360 3 October 2013

SIP Forum IPv6 Task Group Call – Weds, Oct 3rd, 19:00 CEST, 1:00pm US Eastern

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

SIP ForumThe SIP Forum IPv6 Task Group will be having its next conference call today, October 3, 2013, at: 19:00 CEST, 18:00 BST (UK) and 1:00 pm US Eastern (and see other times). Task Group co-chair Andy Hutton sent out this agenda and call-in information:

  1. Status of the draft for developers
  2. Status of mine and Gonzalo’s draft to update RFC 3263
  3. Happy Eyeballs for SIP
    3.1. Connection oriented
    3.2. UDP
  4. IPv6 and related protocols
    4.1. MSRP
    4.2. XCAP/HTTP
    4.3. ICE/turn
    4.4. Other related protocols

Anyone is welcome to join the SIP Forum’s IPv6 mailing list and also to join in the effort.  The group is working to “evaluate current best practices and enable and promote migration to SIP over IPv6.”

It’s great to see the work they are doing because we definitely do need to have IP-based telecommunications working over IPv6!

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