H.323 mobility first draft
Edgar Martinez 
martinze at CIG.MOT.COM
Tue Aug 24 10:25:48 EDT 1999
Roy statements are correct. The official work of Annex-H has not
been started. There is no official Annex-H document at the present.
The Terms of reference for H.323 Mobility (TD-34) was included
with the Motorola contribution to provide a check list for other
contributors and comments. Basically, does the Motorola
(Annex-H - User and Service Mobility in H.323)
contribution meet the terms of reference?
Now, as the editor of the upcoming Annex H. I hope on that in the
upcoming SG16 Q.13 meeting in New Jersey. We can get started
on the official Annex-H, so contributions are needed.
Looking forward for your contributions and comments.
As for the style of the contribution. I have other editorial
duties in other standards and habits are hard to break.
"Roy, Radhika R, ALARC" wrote:
> Hi Everyone:
> We have received two documents from Edgar Martinez with the following
> 1. Terms of reference for H.323 Mobility
> 2. Annex-H (User and Service Mobility in H.323)
> Let me make very clear that the mobility ad hoc group agreed with the first
> document (Terms of reference for H.323 Mobility).
> Th second document (Annex-H - User and Service Mobility in H.323) had NOT
> been considered at all. Therefore, this document does NOT reference any
> reference with respect to any agreement in the last Berlin meeting.
> It is very confusing because Edgar Martinez has been assigned to play the
> role of "Editor" of H.323 Annex-H. As such, any document produced as an
> editor should reflect the consensus of the delegates.
> I suppose that the second document (Annex-H - User and Service Mobility in
> H.323) is a contribution from Motorola (NOT as an editor of Annex H) that
> may be discussed in the upcoming SG16 Q.13 meeting ( New Jersey, USA -
> October 18-22, 1999).
> I hope that Edgar will clarify the confusion to all of us.
> Best Regards,
> Radhika R. Roy
> + 1 732 420 1580
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Edgar Martinez  [SMTP:martinze at CIG.MOT.COM]
> > Sent: Monday, August 23, 1999 3:19 AM
> > To: ITU-SG16 at MAILBAG.INTEL.COM
> > Subject: H.323 mobility first darft
> > Dear All
> > I have uploaded the first H.323 draft, for user
> > and service mobility based on the terms of reference
> > agreed in the SG16 meeting in Berlin.
> > The focus of the document at the moment is to provide full
> > mobility regards of terminal types, that is either fixed or wireless
> > h.323 terminals. Only using H.323 messages with additional
> > extensions to provide seamless wireless handover and
> > terminal roaming.
> > Anyone can pick-up a copy in following wed sites.
> > http://people.itu.int/~emartine/temp/
> > or
> > ftp://standard.pictel.com/avc-site/Incoming/
> > The Filename is h323mob01.zip
> > Comments are welcome.
> > Best Regards,
> > --
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