Sasha Ruditsky sasha at RADVISION.COM
Mon Jul 18 15:48:28 EDT 2005

 Dear colleagues,
For your information.
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	Title		: Requirements for the interworking between
                          IPv4-based H.323 system and IPv6-based SIP
                          conference system
	Author(s)	: Y. Ma, et al.
	Filename	: draft-ma-h323-sip-conf-requirement-00.txt
	Pages		: 13
	Date		: 2005-7-13
   H.323 conference system is well defined and widely deployed today.
   It is important for SIP UA, both IPv4 and IPv6, to access H.323
   conference system.  This document defines an architecture for a SIP
   UA to access H.323 conference system.  The requirements for the
   elements in this architecture are examined.  Also the transition
   scenario for IPv6 SIP UA to access IPv4 H.323 conference system is

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