[rfc-dist] RFC 4504 on SIP Telephony Device Requirements and Configuration
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Title: SIP Telephony Device Requirements and
Author: H. Sinnreich, Ed.,
S. Lass, C. Stredicke
Date: May 2006
Mailbox: henry at pulver.com,
steven.lass at verizonbusiness.com,
cs at snom.de
I-D Tag: draft-sinnreich-sipdev-req-08.txt
This document describes the requirements for SIP telephony devices,
based on the deployment experience of large numbers of SIP phones and
PC clients using different implementations in various networks. The
objectives of the requirements are a well-defined set of
interoperability and multi-vendor-supported core features, so as to
enable similar ease of purchase, installation, and operation as found
for PCs, PDAs, analog feature phones or mobile phones.
We present a glossary of the most common settings and some
of the more widely used values for some settings. This memo provides information for the Internet community.
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