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The host can be identified by using either the registered domain or the IP address. Both IPv4 and IPv6 addressing is supported in most networks today, so the format of the IP address will conform to either one of those versions. The port can also be identified but is not required. Some other examples of a SIP URI could look like:
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There are events where the user information would not be included in the URI. For example, if the resource being addressed is a server or a router rather than a person, then the URI would not have the user information, nor would it use the @ sign. For example:
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The URI can also take the form of a telephone number, referred to as the TEL URI. When a telephone number is used, the user information is replaced with the telephone number digits rather than the user identity. The number can be any global number using E.164 format, with a + preceding the number. If a local number is used, then the + is dropped. Hyphens can also be added to separate groups of numbers to match local notation for telephone numbers.
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TEL URI supports VoIP applications where the voice is being routed through an IP network, but will need to be terminated back into the PSTN. Since the PSTN only understands telephone numbers, this format has to be supported. In a pure VoIP implementation, the use of TEL URIs is not necessary, since the SIP network is capable of routing using a standard URI. When a call is being routed into the VoIP network from the PSTN, a TEL URI is all that can be used, since the originator in the PSTN is able to enter only telephone numbers. If the destination is an IP address, the TEL URI will have to be resolved to an IP address.
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This is accomplished through the ENUM function. The purpose of the ENUM function, as you learned in 1, is to convert from telephone numbers (or TEL URI) to domain names. Once they are converted to domain names, they can be resolved by the DNS into an IP address. There are some who will implement the ENUM function as an extension of their DNS, while others will implement ENUM as a stand-alone function. Either implementation will work. A single subscriber may possess multiple identities. Think of your own communications. You have at least one identity for e-mail. Many people have multiple e-mail addresses; one for business use and one for personal use. You also have a home phone number, a work phone number, a cell number, and possibly more. This allows you as a subscriber to have multiple destinations for mail and voice calls, depending on the address being used. For the service provider, it allows flexibility in defining services for a single subscriber, and the ability to offer multiple services under one subscription. For each subscriber there are at least two identities known by the service provider their private and their public identities.
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Private User Identity
The private identity is what uniquely identifies the subscription. Remember, however, that this only identifies a subscription and cannot necessarily guarantee authenticity of the actual person using the subscription. The purpose of the private identity is to allow the operator to identify one subscription for all communications, and all services for the purposes of registration, authorization, administration, and billing. The private identity, therefore, is not advertised to the subscriber, nor is it visible to other networks. The private identity is known only to the service provider. It may take many different forms, but it must be unique within the domain and it must be limited to one identity for each subscription. It must always be used during registration. RFC 2486 specifies that the private identity take the form of Network Access Identifier (NAI), with the IMSI embedded as part of the address. The IMSI is already used by GSM operators as the private user identity for GSM subscribers. The NAI as defined by the RFC is really what we have come to know as our e-mail address, where the @ separates the username portion from the domain portion. It is the domain portion that uniquely identifies the network (and therefore the service provider). This is why it is so important that domain names be administered by a third-party administration. If someone wishes to establish a domain name for his or her own use, that person must register with the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) to ensure the domain is not already in use by someone else. This ensures uniqueness worldwide. This is probably a good time to emphasize, however, that private user identities are never used for routing purposes. They are used only for administration, and so on. There are times, however, when the private user identity may need to cross network boundaries. For example, when placing a long-distance call from your home service provider, through the long-distance carrier, and back to the local operator, the local operator may be the same as your home service provider.
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