Call Diversion Override

Mpierce1 at AOL.COM Mpierce1 at AOL.COM
Wed Oct 6 08:49:14 EDT 2004


Dear Jianfang Li,

I found your document posted and uploaded and tried to figure out what has been changed since the original submission.
There is a statement in the document that says that "Changes are against AVD-2476 from the Beijing SG16 Q.5 Rapporteurs' meeting.", but I cannot see any change marks or other clues what exactly has changed, and what remained unchanged.

It is somehow possible to outline the changes? Thanks.

With kind regards

Martin Euchner.
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-----Original Message-----
From: Jianfang Li [mailto:lijianfang at mail.ritt.com.cn]
Sent: Dienstag, 21. September 2004 14:51
To: itu-sg16 at external.cisco.com
Subject: [SUSPECT ATTACHMENT] the requirements for NAT traversal of H.323 multimedia systems

Hi, all ITU-T SG16 members:

We would like to submit a requirement document for H.fwreq  assigned by Q5 of ITU-T SG16.
this document will focus on  both Service provider configuration and  enterprise configuration for NAT traversal of H.323 multimedia systems.
If you have any suggestion for this document, please feel free to send feedbacks and
comments to me.

Thanks a lot.

Best Regards

Jianfang Li

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