Klaghofer Karl ICN SIB NL D1
Karl.Klaghofer at ICN.SIEMENS.DE
Fri May 5 05:27:05 EDT 2000
IP video telephony with text component, IP Text Telephony, IP Total
Conversation, IP Mobiles with text etc. can now be accomplished in a
The specification on how to transmit text for real time chatting in IP
networks is now published as RFC 2793 from IETF. (It was approved in
February, but got published with its number now.)
With it comes a new registered MIME type "text/t140" so that it can be
specified for example in the multimedia protocol SIP.
The multimedia protocol ITU-T H.323 is already ready for text addition with
its Annex G, referencing to RFC 2793.
Thanks to all who have contributed, and good luck to all who now creates
interworking Total Conversation solutions with this component!
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Subject: RFC 2793 on RTP Payload for Text Conversation
A new Request for Comments is now available in online RFC libraries.
Title: RTP Payload for Text Conversation
Author(s): G. Hellstrom
Status: Standards Track
Date: May 2000
Mailbox: gunnar.hellstrom at omnitor.se
This memo describes how to carry text conversation session contents
in RTP packets. Text conversation session contents are specified in
ITU-T Recommendation T.140 .
Text conversation is used alone or in connection to other
conversational facilities such as video and voice, to form multimedia
This RTP payload description contains an optional possibility to
include redundant text from already transmitted packets in order to
reduce the risk of text loss caused by packet loss. The redundancy
coding follows RFC 2198.
This document is a product of the Audio/Video Transport Working Group
of the IETF.
This is now a Proposed Standard Protocol.
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the Internet community, and requests discussion and suggestions
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