H.GCP / Megaco Audio call
bhill at VIDEOSERVER.COM
Tue Jun 8 19:50:24 EDT 1999
Sorry about that attachement. (don't you love NOTES too ?)
Hope this works :
(See attached file: H.GCP composition.doc)
"John Talbot" <jptalbot at nortelnetworks.com> on 03/06/99 07:08:47 PM
To: Boaz Michaely
Subject: RE: H.GCP is about gateway recomposition, not decomposition..
Did you realy mean to send the image of the icon of the document rather
the document itself with your email?
Anyway I read your document and have included my comments :-)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Boaz Michaely [SMTP:Boaz_Michaely at VOCALTEC.COM]
> Sent: 03 June 1999 13:46
> To: ITU-SG16 at MAILBAG.INTEL.COM
> Subject: H.GCP is about gateway recomposition, not decomposition..
> Dear Brian,
> I am documenting a piece on the "minimal interoperability" issue, which I
> will forward to you next week. (if there is interest I can post it to the
> The basic idea is that while the motivation for H.GCP was gateway
> decomposition, the actual standard deals with composing rather than
> Thus I propose to introduce some terms, such as "composite gateway",
> adhering to H.323 current definitions, and work on the call setup
> procedures, closely following the actual H.323 text. This will lead to
> resolution of transfering call signalling between the MGC and the MG in
> various compositions. One thought that crossed my mind was to explicitly
> deal with all the gateway categories that H.323 defines ( H.310 (H.320 on
> B-ISDN), H.320 (ISDN), H.321 (ATM), H.322 (GQOS-LAN), H.324 (GSTN),
> (Mobile), and V.70 (DSVD)).
> We may also need to modify H.323v3, at least to some extent, in order to
> better cover gateway sub-components.
> A sample of the text is attached (Word 97)
> (Embedded image moved to file: pic10782.pcx)
> Boaz Michaely
> Senior Program Manager, Advanced Technologies
> VocalTec Communications Ltd
> e-mail boaz at vocaltec.com
> Tel +972 (9) 970-7869
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