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A31 Scenario 4: VoIPoMPLS Access on the United States to Japan A32 Scenario 5: Deployment of GSM and VoIPoMPLS Access A33 VoIPoMPLS Access Summary A4 Effects of Voice Codecs in the Access Network A41 Scenario 6: Deployment of Codecs in One Access Leg (the United States to Japan) A42 Scenario 7: Codec Deployment in Both Access Legs (the United States to Japan) A43 Scenario 8: Codec Deployment and Mobile Access (the United States to Australia) A44 Voice Codec Summary A5 Overall Conclusions Annex B: Service Requirements on VoIPoMPLS B1 Voice Service Requirements B11 Voice Encoding B12 Control of Echo B13 End-to-End Delay and Delay Variation B14 Packet Loss Ratio (PLR) B15 Timing Accuracy B16 Grade of Service (GoS) B17 Quality Considerations Pertaining to Session Management 57 Voice over Pseudo Wire Emulation Edge-to-Edge (PWE3) 571 What Are PWs 572 Goals of This Section 573 Background and Motivation 574 Architecture of PWs End Notes 307 308 309 309 309 310 311 312 312 313 313 313 314 316 317 317 319 320 320 321 321 322 325 330
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61 Introduction 611 Purpose 612 Scope and Overview 62 Reference Architecture 621 General 622 Multiplexing Voice Calls onto MPLS LSPs 63 Service Description 631 Primary Payloads
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632 Control Payload 64 Additional Requirements 641 VoMPLS over ATM 65 Frame Formats 651 General Format 652 Format of the Primary Subframe 653 Format of the Control Subframe 66 Minimum Requirements for Conformance 661 Frame Formats 662 Primary Payload Types 663 Control Payload Types 67 Procedures 671 General 672 Audio Encoding 673 Timestamp and Counter 674 Triple Redundancy Annex A: Payload Types for Primary Payloads Annex B: Encoding Format for Audio Algorithm G711 B1 General B2 Audio Frame Format of Sampled Speech B3 Transfer Characteristics B4 Examples of G711-64 Subframe Annex C: Encoding Format for Audio Algorithm G726-32 C1 General C2 Audio Frame Format of Sampled Speech C3 Transfer Characteristics C4 Example of G726-32 Subframe Annex D: Encoding Format for Audio Algorithm G723 D1 General D2 Audio Frame Format D3 Silence Insertion Descriptor (SID) D4 Transfer Characteristics D5 Examples of G723 Subframes Annex E: Encoding Format for Audio Algorithm G729 E1 General E2 G729 Audio Frame Format E3 SID E4 Transfer Characteristics E5 Example of G729 or G729A Subframes Annex F: Encoding Format for Generic SID F General 1 F SID Subframe Format 2 341 342 342 342 342 342 344 345 345 346 346 346 346 346 348 349 351 354 354 354 355 356 357 357 357 358 358 359 359 359 361 361 362 363 363 363 364 364 365 366 366 366
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F Procedures 3 Annex G: Packet Format and Procedures for Dialed Digits G1 General G2 Control Subframe Format G3 Transmitter Procedures G4 Receiver Procedures Annex H: CAS Bits H1 General H2 CAS Control Subframes H3 Transmitter Procedures H4 Receiver Procedures End Note
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Signaling Issues for Voice over MPLS
71 H323 Standards 711 H323 Entities 712 Example of Signaling 72 MGCP 73 Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) 74 MEGACO End Notes
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Public Network Issues for VoMPLS and Applications Beyond Transport
81 Overview 82 Issues 83 Background Factors 84 Making Business Sense 85 International Opportunities 86 Equipment/Vendor Trends 87 Cisco s White Paper Voice Trunking and Toll-Bypass Trunking Using Cisco MPLS diffserv-Aware Traffic Engineering 871 Cisco s Service Description 872 Cisco MPLS diffserv-Aware Traffic Engineering Solution 873 Service Characterization 874 Technology Components 875 Advantages Appendix A: Telecom Traffic Indicators End Notes
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PREFACE
There has been considerable interest in technologies, systems, and architectures supporting voice over packet (VoP) applications during the past five years In particular, voice over IP (VoIP) has received tremendous attention Although progress on the carrier side has been relatively slow, particularly in North America, VoIP applications in enterprise networks have seen a fair degree of success On the other hand, new-generation carriers deploying systems in Asia and Europe (including cellular networks) have found the technology to be cost-effective in greenfield environments Setting aside temporarily the discussion on whether VoP/VoIP is a problem in search of a solution or a solution in search of a problem, two factors have held back the deployment of VoP/VoIP at the technical level on a broad scale: quality of service (QoS) considerations and robust signaling in support of interworking with the embedded Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), which is not going to go away any time in the foreseeable decade or two QoS is where multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) can find its sweet spot in supporting voice applications The improved traffic management, the QoS capabilities, and the efficient packet forwarding via the label mechanism can be significant advantages to voice This topic is a new concept that has little prior literature and advocacy This book takes an early look at this promising application 1, Motivations, Developments, and Opportunities in Voice over Packet (VoP) Technologies, explores the motivations, developments, and opportunities in VoP technologies in general 2, Technologies for Packet-Based Voice Applications, looks at voice technologies and requirements 3, Quality of Service (QoS), surveys the QoS approaches that are available for connectionless packet services 4, Features of MPLS, discusses the features and capabilities of MPLS in some detail 5, Motivations, Drivers, Approaches, and Advantages of VoMPLS, looks at the motivations, drivers, approaches, and advantages of voice over MPLS (VoMPLS) 6, MPLS Forum VoMPLS Bearer Transport Implementation Agreement, looks at MPLS Forum specifications 7, Signaling Issues for Voice over MPLS, explores important signaling issues for VoMPLS 8, Public Network Issues for VoMPLS and Applications Beyond Transport, takes a look at public network issues for VoMPLS and the critical issue of making money with VoMPLS by addressing applications beyond transport
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