End-to-end Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) overload control

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Authors wangjinzhu  , Yu Qing  , Deng Lingli 
Last updated 2014-04-22 (latest revision 2013-10-19)
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This draft proposes end-to-end Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) overload control, in which the edge servers of the SIP network throttle the arriving calls in order to control overload for the SIP network. Compared to the local and hop-by-hop SIP overload control, the end-to-end SIP overload control can achieve best performance.


wangjinzhu (wangjinzhu@chinamobile.com)
Yu Qing (yuqing@chinamobile.com)
Deng Lingli (denglingli@chinamobile.com)

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