Treatment of Q.931 Shifted Code Sets in H.225.0v2
Tom.Taylor.taylor at NT.COM
Fri Feb 20 09:37:04 EST 1998
In Sec. 7.1 of H.225.0 the following paragraph appears shortly before
"Endpoints not supporting Q.931 shifted code sets shall ignore all Q.931
messages using such methods."
Was this not supposed to read:
"Endpoints not supporting Q.931 shifted code sets shall ignore all IEs
using such methods."
Background: the latter is the practice in ISDN land. The typical use of
shifted code sets in North America is for the end-to-end transport of
display information (e.g. caller's name and number). Code set 5
(national information) is used for the purpose.
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