Media Policy Manipulation in the Conference Policy Control Protocol
draft-mahy-xcon-media-policy-control-01

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Abstract

The SIP conferencing framework defines a model for tightly-coupled conferencing signaled via the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), in which a Conference Policy Control Protocol is used to manipulate policies relevant to a specific conference, such as conference membership policy, authorization policy, and media layout. This document describes a logical model, which can apply to any session setup protocol, to describe media processing in a tightly-coupled conference. It also defines specific protocol semantics and a specific syntax to manipulate that model.

Authors

Rohan Mahy (rohan@ekabal.com)
Nermeen Ismail (nismail@cisco.com)

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