Media Server Request Protocol
draft-boulton-media-server-control-00

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Abstract

This document describes a protocol for application deployment where the application logic and media processing are distributed. The framework uses the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to establish an application-level control mechanism between Application Servers and Media Servers. The motivation for this protocol is to provide an interface suitable to meet the requirements of a distributed, centralized conference system, as defined by the XCON work group of the IETF.

Authors

Chris Boulton (cboulton@ubiquitysoftware.com)
Tim Melanchuk (tim.melanchuk@gmail.com)

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