H323 Annex E over UDP and TPKT header
sasha at RADVISION.COM
Thu Sep 13 14:53:45 EDT 2001
The only function of TPKT is to define message boundaries.
Annex E has own mechanisms to do this.
So basically I think that should be no TPKT header in the Q.931 messages
when used with Annex E.
From: Vivek Kakkar [mailto:vkakkar at CISCO.COM]
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2001 11:19 AM
To: ITU-SG16 at MAILBAG.INTEL.COM
Subject: H323 Annex E over UDP and TPKT header
I wanted to poll the H323 community regarding the use of TPKT header with
H225 message while using AnnexE transport capability. AnnexE makes the UDP a
reliable signaling channel. H.323 spec talks of using TPKT header with
reliable signaling channel.
What is your interpretation of H323/AnnexE regarding the TPKT header? Does
the TPKT header have a function in this case?
Vivek Kakkar Cisco Systems, Inc.
vkakkar at cisco.com Research Triangle Park, NC
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