VoIP Traversal of Non-upgraded Firewall & NATs @ IETF
pete at TECH-KNOW-WARE.COM
Tue Aug 7 12:10:33 EDT 2001
Just to confirm the announcement I made at the SIP meeting this morning....
This meeting is now on... It will be held in:
Hilton Rooms 10, 11, & 12
Thursday 17:45 -> 19:00 (although we'll make it shorter if we can)
Hope to see you there.
pete at tech-know-ware.com
+44 1473 635863
----- Original Message -----
From: Pete Cordell <pete at tech-know-ware.com>
To: <midcom at ietf.org>; 'sip-ietf (E-mail)' <sip at ietf.org>;
<sipping at ietf.org>; SG16 <ITU-SG16 at MAILBAG.INTEL.COM>; <TIPHON at LIST.ETSI.FR>
Cc: Steve Davies <SDavies at Ridgeway-Sys.com>
Sent: 01 August 2001 10:03
Subject: VoIP Traversal of Non-upgraded Firewall & NATs @ IETF
> Dear All,
> I would like to have a meeting at the IETF (informal BOF?) discussing
> methods for VoIP and Multimedia over IP traversing non-upgraded firewalls
> and NATs. These methods are intended to supplement the firewall
> architecture, and not require upgrade to existing firewall/NAT components,
> or clients (and other infrastructure such as proxies).
> There is a draft discussing one proposal at:
> If others have ideas in this area, then please contact me and we can
> some sort of agenda. (Although note that I will be out of contact until
> Sunday before the IETF - i.e. this Sunday! - so we might have to organise
> this at the IETF.)
> I hope the format will be something like:
> - Overview presentation of method
> - How this is secure and maintains administrator control
> - (Repeat for each proposal)
> - Collect issues that need to be addressed before going to a formal BOF.
> (The modified agenda involves the final item being changed to 'chaos'!)
> At this stage I would like to avoid discussion about how this compares to
> MidCom and other approaches - such as Rosenberg's - as I think it will
> quickly turn into a blood bath. - We should save that for the formal BOF!
> I'm hoping to hold the meeting in:
> The King's Suite/Sandringham 1 on
> Thursday 17:45 -> 18:45,
> but I obviously haven't had a chance to check this with the organisers.
> Therefore, please look out for final details on the noticeboard, and
> probably the door of the King's Suite.
> I look forward to seeing you all,
> (P.S. Sorry for putting this on the SG16 and TIPHON lists, but I'm well
> aware that many of you attend the IETF and I wanted to make sure you had
> opportunity to come along.)
> Pete Cordell
> pete at tech-know-ware.com
> +44 1473 635863
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