Kapil Nayar | 2 Aug 16:55 2005
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RE: about ReserveValue

Hi Kevin

The new version doesnot allow multiple m= lines in a
session description. 
Just to confirm - if you are implying that RG value
shall apply in case multiple session descriptions
(delimited by v= line and each containing a single m=
line) are specified in LOCAL descriptor.

best regards,
-kapil

--- Kevin Boyle <kboyle <at> nortel.com> wrote:

> I disagree.  There are two payload formats specified
> in this SDP: 8
> (G.711a) and 97 (dynamically assigned to RFC2833
> event detection).
> Therefore, there are two property values.  If you
> want both to be
> reserved for the stream, RV needs to be set to ON. 
> With RV set to ON,
> the MG is obligated to reserve resources for both
> payload formats if it
> can.  With RV set to OFF, the MG is free to pick one
> and discard the
> other.  RG would only apply if there were multiple
> property groups,
> i.e., multiple m= lines.
> 
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Kevin Boyle | 2 Aug 18:28 2005

RE: about ReserveValue

Right.  Multiple m= lines requires multiple session descriptions.  RG
would apply to these, as multiple descriptions in a single descriptor
(Local *or* Remote) would be potential alternatives.

Kevin 

-----Original Message-----
From: Kapil Nayar [mailto:kapilnayar <at> yahoo.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 02, 2005 10:56 AM
To: Boyle, Kevin [NCRTP:3Z40:EXCH]; Maridi R. Makaraju (Raju); Neal Zhu;
megaco <at> ietf.org
Subject: RE: [Megaco] about ReserveValue 

Hi Kevin

The new version doesnot allow multiple m= lines in a session
description. 
Just to confirm - if you are implying that RG value shall apply in case
multiple session descriptions (delimited by v= line and each containing
a single m=
line) are specified in LOCAL descriptor.

best regards,
-kapil

--- Kevin Boyle <kboyle <at> nortel.com> wrote:

> I disagree.  There are two payload formats specified in this SDP: 8
> (G.711a) and 97 (dynamically assigned to RFC2833 event detection).
> Therefore, there are two property values.  If you want both to be 
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Gillian Wang | 3 Aug 03:03 2005
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Single action request with multiple action responses

Dear Megaco members,

Is the following response message allowed from the standard point of view?

MGC sends the MODIFY to MG:
T=1{C=-{MF=*{...}}}

MG responses with multiple actions sharing same ContextID:
P=1{C=-{MF=T1, MF=T2}, C=-{MF=T3, MF=T4}, C=-{MF=T5, MF=T6, MF=T7}}

Or the question can be asked as: Is the multiple action response allowed for
a single action request? Any part of H.248 standard addresses that issue?

Regards
Gillian
Karthikeyan Sankaran | 3 Aug 08:23 2005

RE: Single action request with multiple action responses


HI Gillian,

H.248 does allow you do give the action response in the way which you
have specified. However you cannot do the same if you are asked for a
wild carded response. 
It is always recommended to group all the commands for a particular
context in an action in the following way which avoids message overload.

P=1{C=-{MF=T1, MF=T2, MF=T3, MF=T4, MF=T5, MF=T6, MF=T7}}

Regards
Karthik

-----Original Message-----
From: megaco-bounces <at> ietf.org [mailto:megaco-bounces <at> ietf.org] On Behalf
Of Gillian Wang
Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 6:33 AM
To: megaco <at> ietf.org
Subject: [Megaco] Single action request with multiple action responses 

Dear Megaco members,

Is the following response message allowed from the standard point of
view?

MGC sends the MODIFY to MG:
T=1{C=-{MF=*{...}}}

MG responses with multiple actions sharing same ContextID:
(Continue reading)

Omer Faruk TUNA | 3 Aug 08:46 2005
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How to decode H.248 messages



Hi all,

I am working on H - 248 Megaco messages for now. And I wonder if there is any tool which decodes H - 248 Megaco messages (text), that is which makes them understandable for all people with sufficient technical background.

Do you have any knowledge on this?

Regards

Omer

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bulent.yilmaz | 3 Aug 09:09 2005
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RE: How to decode H.248 messages

There are some tools that can help you like Ethereal and Nethawk ...

 

 

Bülent Yılmaz

TO/Coordination Office

New Technologies&Project Development

 

From: megaco-bounces <at> ietf.org [mailto:megaco-bounces <at> ietf.org] On Behalf Of Omer Faruk TUNA
Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 9:46 AM
To: megaco <at> ietf.org
Subject: [Megaco] How to decode H.248 messages

 

 

Hi all,

I am working on H - 248 Megaco messages for now. And I wonder if there is any tool which decodes H - 248 Megaco messages (text), that is which makes them understandable for all people with sufficient technical background.

Do you have any knowledge on this?

Regards

Omer


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Omer Faruk TUNA | 3 Aug 09:30 2005
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RE: How to decode H.248 messages

Hi,
 
I am taking the logs by using Ethereal or simply by connecting to Gateway Controller. For example I have taken the log of two way call. Its something like:
 

00:03:56:41.10[T:4]Received msg <-- GW IP[124.53.34.25] GW PORT[1984]

!/1 [124.53.34.25]:1984 T=20551{C=-{N=ROOT{OE=1519{it/ito}}}}

 

00:03:56:41.10[T:4]Sending msg --> GW IP[124.53.34.25] GW PORT[1984]

!/1 [124.53.34.25]:1984 P=20551{C=-{N=Root}}

 

...

 

What I meant by saying `how to decode H.248 messages` is that how to make those text messages more understandable (user friendly) for all users.

I have asked that question to you because I know that there is such a tool for c7tu logs. It is a perl script which takes c7tu logs and some other parameters as input and returns a user friendly log as output.

Thanks...

Omer

-----Original Message-----
From: bulent.yilmaz <at> turkcell.com.tr [mailto:bulent.yilmaz <at> turkcell.com.tr]
Sent: 03 Ağustos 2005 Çarşamba 10:09
To: Omer Faruk TUNA; megaco <at> ietf.org
Subject: RE: [Megaco] How to decode H.248 messages

There are some tools that can help you like Ethereal and Nethawk ...

 

 

Bülent Yılmaz

TO/Coordination Office

New Technologies&Project Development

 

From: megaco-bounces <at> ietf.org [mailto:megaco-bounces <at> ietf.org] On Behalf Of Omer Faruk TUNA
Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 9:46 AM
To: megaco <at> ietf.org
Subject: [Megaco] How to decode H.248 messages

 

 

Hi all,

I am working on H - 248 Megaco messages for now. And I wonder if there is any tool which decodes H - 248 Megaco messages (text), that is which makes them understandable for all people with sufficient technical background.

Do you have any knowledge on this?

Regards

Omer



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Omer Faruk TUNA | 3 Aug 08:40 2005
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How to decode H.248 messages


Hi all,

I am working on H - 248 Megaco messages for now. And I wonder if there is any tool which decodes H - 248 Megaco messages, that is which makes them understandable for all people with sufficient technical background.

Do you have any knowledge on this?

Regards

_______________________________________________
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Kevin Boyle | 3 Aug 18:37 2005

RE: Single action request with multiple action responses

Actually, the intent is that a single action request requires a single
action response.  An action request using a wildcard for the context is
the same as one action request for each match to the wildcard, and may
therefore generate multiple action responses.  The exception to this
would be when using the segmentation added to V3 -- but then the
duplicate actions would appear in different messages.

Kevin 

-----Original Message-----
From: megaco-bounces <at> ietf.org [mailto:megaco-bounces <at> ietf.org] On Behalf
Of Karthikeyan Sankaran
Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 2:24 AM
To: Gillian Wang; megaco <at> ietf.org
Subject: RE: [Megaco] Single action request with multiple action
responses 

HI Gillian,

H.248 does allow you do give the action response in the way which you
have specified. However you cannot do the same if you are asked for a
wild carded response. 
It is always recommended to group all the commands for a particular
context in an action in the following way which avoids message overload.

P=1{C=-{MF=T1, MF=T2, MF=T3, MF=T4, MF=T5, MF=T6, MF=T7}}

Regards
Karthik

-----Original Message-----
From: megaco-bounces <at> ietf.org [mailto:megaco-bounces <at> ietf.org] On Behalf
Of Gillian Wang
Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 6:33 AM
To: megaco <at> ietf.org
Subject: [Megaco] Single action request with multiple action responses 

Dear Megaco members,

Is the following response message allowed from the standard point of
view?

MGC sends the MODIFY to MG:
T=1{C=-{MF=*{...}}}

MG responses with multiple actions sharing same ContextID:
P=1{C=-{MF=T1, MF=T2}, C=-{MF=T3, MF=T4}, C=-{MF=T5, MF=T6, MF=T7}}

Or the question can be asked as: Is the multiple action response allowed
for a single action request? Any part of H.248 standard addresses that
issue?

Regards
Gillian

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Christian Groves | 4 Aug 17:13 2005
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Re: some questions on rfc3264 and ts29.232

Hello Albrecht,

Your comment 2 is not entirely correct. H.248.4 Corrigenda 1 states:
"To provide interworking between MTP3B and SCTP, and to allow for flexible 
implementations of gateways and controllers in order to offer efficient use of 
SCTP associations, the M3UA layer may be added on top of SCTP."

Regards, Christian

Albrecht.Schwarz <at> alcatel.de wrote:

> Comments inline.
> Albrecht
> 
> ALCATEL
> 
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> 
> 
> 
> 
> Hi, List
> 
> I have two questions, need your help,
> 
> 1. RFC3264 gives out an Offer-Answer model with SDP.
> Is it MUST to SDP with MEGACO?
> 
> [AS] H.248 is using SDP according RFC 2327. The negotiation model
> defined
> by RFC 3264 is NOT adapted to H.248, rather procedures given by $
> 7.1.8/H.248.1 are applicable.
> The basic point is that there might be TWO SDP segments: SIP/SDP and
> H.248/SDP.
> When RFC 3264 is applied on the SIP/SDP session, when where needs to be
> a
> mapping of negotiation procedures between the SIP UA/proxy & H.248 MGC.
> 
> The mapping of the two SDP segments is sometimes also called as "SDP
> Broker".
> 
> 
> 2. Refer to 3GPP TS29.232, MEGACO will run over M3UA for Mc interface,
> Is there any standard defined MEGACO stack action when over M3UA,
> H248.4?
> 
> [AS] Guess you are refering to the H.248/M3UA/SCTP option defined by
> 3GPP
> 29.202?
> If yes, this has nothing to do with H.248.4 (= direct H.248/SCTP
> transport).
> 
> 
> thanks
> atto
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