Latest draft H.245

Raju Nadimpalli nsraju at CISCO.COM
Tue May 8 13:17:21 EDT 2001


Delphi,

1. I have no idea what the user-data component is used for.
2. I don't know what you mean by "get and set," but RAS does not use Q.931
or UUIEs in its encoding. It uses ASN.1 PER exclusively. I assume by your
other question that you are asking what the outer-most encoding is for RAS.
With call-signaling, it's Q.931; with RAS, it's ASN.1 PER--RAS uses ASN.1
PER throughout.

Paul Long
ipDialog, Inc.
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  Subject: How to get the heel of RAS Message.


  Hi, all:

  I have two problems concerning H.323 ASN.1.

  1>
  H.323 ASN.1 states as follows:
  >>>>>>>>>
  H323-UserInformation::=SEQUENCE
  {
      h323-uu-pdu  H323-UU-PDU,
      user-data      SEQUENCE
      {
         protocol-discriminator    INTEGER  (0..255),
         user-information            OCTET STRING (SIZE(1..131)),
         .....
      }OPTIONAL,
      ....
  }
  <<<<<<<<<<
  My question is," What's the use of "user-date" field and what its
protocol-discriminator field stand for? " Can anyone present me an example?

  2>
  The H.323 ASN.1 tells us that following the path
"H323-UserInformation>>h323-uu-pdu>>h323-message-body", we can get and set
UUIE of Q931 messages. But how can we do the same thing with RAS messages?
  Or, what are the "ABSOLUTE PATH", the root, of the messages?

  Thanks,
  -Delphi
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