[Robustness] group formed

Maureen.Stillman at NOKIA.COM Maureen.Stillman at NOKIA.COM
Wed Oct 27 18:06:37 EDT 1999


Dear Christian,

You are correct, the scope of the H.246 Annex E has not been defined. I will
bring in contributions based on Red Bank, NJ, USA, APC-1671,APC-1672 to the
H.323 Mobility Ad Hoc group's interim meeting on November 17, 1999 from 8:00
AM to 10:00 AM (Pacific Standard Time (PST))as one of the agenda item to
discuss the scope and need for H.246 Annex E.

Thanks,

Paul

Paul K. Reddy
Intel Architecture Labs,
Intel Corporations,
2111 NE 25th Avenue,
Hillsboro, OR - 97124, USA.
Phone# +1 (503)-264-9896

-----Original Message-----
From: Christian Groves [mailto:Christian.Groves at ERICSSON.COM]
Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 1999 6:06 AM
To: ITU-SG16 at MAILBAG.INTEL.COM
Subject: Re: Question on Intels new annex-j h.246 proposal..


G'Day Paul and Edgar,

I believe that according to the meeting notes the scope of the annex has
yet to be defined. The meeting report called for contributions on this
area. What worried me at the meeting was the overlap with the Mobility
groups work in this area. They are defining scope and requirements which
may or may  not lead to this work needing to be done. Anything on
H246annexE should be done in light of this. I don't think we should
assume GSM or ANSI-42 at this time.

Cheers, Christian

"Reddy, Paul K" wrote:
>
> Dear Edgar,
>
> The new annex is H.246 Annex-E not h.246 Annex-J, which is essentially a
> mapping of MAP (mobile application part) of GSM or ANSI-41 or PDC networks
> to H.225.0.
>
> Please refer to Intel's proposals (APC-1671, APC-1672)at ITU-SG16
reflector
> (Red Bank Meeting) for more details.
>
> Edgar Martinez's Question:
> Does Intel foresee the same concepts, that is using an adjunct
(switched/IP)
> Gateway used with the legacy Class-5 switches PSTN? to support H.323
> terminals on Class 5 switches?
>
> Paul Reddy's Answer:
> Intel's focus is on interworking PLMNs with H.323 networks at MAP level.
> Other groups already working on the PSTN interworking with H.323 networks,
> which may provide the support of H.323 terminals on Class 5 Switches.
>
> -Paul
>
> Paul K. Reddy
> Intel Architecture Labs,
> Intel Corporations,
> 2111 NE 25th Avenue,
> Hillsboro, OR - 97124, USA.
> Phone# +1 (503)-264-9896
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Edgar Martinez [mailto:martinze at cig.mot.com]
> Sent: Sunday, October 24, 1999 1:35 PM
> To: paul.k.reddy at intel.com; ITU-SG16 at mailbag.cps.intel.com
> Subject: Question on Intels new annex-j h.246 proposal..
> Importance: High
>
> Dear Paul,
>
> An offical new annex-j for h.246 has been
> opened,
> proposed by Intel. Which is Interworking
> H.323 terminals with the legacy GSM and ANSI
> wireless
> networks. What this is proposing is a
> (MSC+VLR)
> Gateway that provides H.323 access to the
> Public Land
> Mobile Network (PLMN). All the voice and
> supplementary services will still be provided
> by the Legacy
> MSCs. And the data services only by H.323.
> APC
> 1671 "H.323 with USIM and PLMN Interworking"
> and
> APC 1672 "User Mobility and Service Mobility
> Services for
> Wireless Subscribers  with H.323 terminals
> accessing
> MM over IP and PLMN Networks"
>
> Question:
>
> Does Intel foresee the same concepts, that is
> using an adjunct (swithed/IP) Gateway used
> with the legacy Class-5 switches PSTN? to
> support
> H.323 terminals on Class 5 switches?
>
> Thanks,
> Edgar Martinez



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