AW: Usage of CallID in H.323v2 for rerouted (diverted, transferre d,.. .) calls
Klaghofer Karl PN VS LP3
Karl.Klaghofer at VS.SIEMENS.DE
Mon Nov 16 08:33:31 EST 1998
Thanks for your comment.
CRV is unique just at one signalling link of a call (e.g. between EP A and
GK; and may be different between GK and EP2 of the same call) .
Since CallID may be preserved when calls are redirected (incl. transfer,
forward,...), the CallID actually identifies the call scenario and not
exactly one call. I think this is fine.
A CallLegID would be a new identifier that is somehow in between CallID and
CRV by identifying exactly one call (or call attempt) between two endpoints.
We might think about for H.225.0v3.
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Chris Purvis [SMTP:CPurvis at MADGE.COM]
> Gesendet am: Montag, 16. November 1998 12:52
> An: ITU-SG16 at mailbag.cps.intel.com
> Betreff: Re: Usage of CallID in H.323v2 for rerouted (diverted,
> transferre d,.. .) calls
> I agree with your comments on CallID being preserved when calls are
> transferred. However...
> >As an alternative, we might add a new multilevel CallID (e.g.
> >to H.225.0 v3)
> >that consists of an identifier that indicates the "overal
> >call" and a second
> >identifier that indicates the call leg.
Isn't this the CRV, that's always been there?
> Dr Chris Purvis - Senior Development Engineer, WAVE CC Software
> Madge Networks Ltd, Wexham Springs, Framewood Road, Wexham, Berks.
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