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  • From: James Seng < >
  • Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2004 13:30:01 +0800


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Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is an application-layer control protocol that can be used to establish, maintain, and terminate (IP telephony) calls between two or more endpoints. It is developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) for multimedia conferencing over IP RFC 2543. SIP endpoints are identified by an sip address in the form of sip:jseng@localhost.

Electronic Numbering or ENUM is a protocol that transform a telephone numbers into a format for storing and retrieving Internet addressing information. It uses Internet domain name system (DNS) to resolve telephone numbers to network resources. For example, +65 6411 1040 wil be transform into which will be resolve into sip:jseng@localhost.

With ENUM, you are able to use a numeric telephone number to establish SIP (or H.323) voice call instead. Beside IP Telephony, other uses of ENUM includes unified messaging where user can reach multiple point of contacts (phone, fax, homepage, emails) via a single number.

ENUM/SIP BoF gathers people from the region who are deploying ENUM (and SIP)

* to share information and experiences;
* to discuss common problems and solutions;
* to find areas of collobrations;

Date : 25th Feb 2004 (Wednesday)
Time : 6pm to 9pm
Venue : [APRICOT 2004, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia]
Room : TBD

Scribe : Ching Chiao


1800-1805 Agenda bashing (5mins)
1805-1810 Welcome and Introduction (5mins)

Presentations (15mins each)
1810-1825 CNNIC's status update on ENUM, CNNIC, Lee Xiaodong
1825-1840 ENUM activities in Japan, JPNIC, Hiro Hotta/Yoshiro Yoneya
1840-1855 <TBD>, KRNIC, Sungwoo Shin
1855-1910 SIP/ENUM development in Taiwan, TWNIC, Ching Chiao
1910-1925 Status of ENUM/SIP deployment in Singapore, IDA
(Singapore), Dickson Loh

1925-2100 Open Discussion

* "Asian ENUM Cooperation Body/Committee? or regular meeting" proposed by Sungwoo Shin
* " delegation issues" proposed by James Seng

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