- Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 10:44:30 +0300
- Organization: GarantParkTelecom
В сообщении от 25 Ноябрь 2003 04:47 Jim Reid написал:
> You seem very confused. ENUM is a protocol for mapping E.164 telephone
> numbers into domain names. That's all. The domain names resulting from
> that mapping can be looked up in the DNS. The answers from the DNS
> should (but don't have to be) a set of NAPTR records which describe
> how to contact that user in a variety of ways. These needn't
> necessarily be for telephony-like services such as the details of
> someone's chosen SIP server or IP address of their VoIP phone. NAPTR
> records could provide someone's email address or details of their web
> server or...
And can I use other type of records than NAPTR? For example, TXT record to
provide extra infromation about me, my name, company, physical address, etc?
So when I do call to ENUM-enabled application, it looks up my extra data and
gives it to my peer with my phone number?
Or there is a more clear way to do such things?
Менеджер телекоммуникационных проектов компании "Гарант-Парк-Телеком"
Максим Тульев (MT6561-RIPE, 2:463/253@localhost)