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The username is all one word (cannot contain spaces) and is the user ID of the session host. For example, the username may be travis.russell. This is used along with the session ID and the rest of the parameters in this field to form a globally unique identifier for this session. It is really up to the creator of the session how to use the <version> parameter. It was placed here to allow proxies to be able to use different versions of an announcement and determine which session announcement is the most recent. A simple method is to use a timestamp as the version, allowing the proxies to always be able to determine which is the most current. For <network type> IN is used to indicate the Internet, although this certainly changes when used within an IMS environment. Most likely an IMS environment will use IMS. Meanwhile, <address type> denotes the version of IP being used; either IPv4 or IPv6.
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s = session name Again, this makes more sense when used in association with a multimedia conference bridge or Webex session. The name of the session, for example, could be something like Introduction to SIP by Travis Russell. This might look something like:
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s="Introduction to SIP By Travis Russell"
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i = session information This descriptor provides additional information about the session. This is used in conjunction with the session name, and like the session name it is provided for the use by participants in the session.
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There can only be one i= field at the session level, and only one i= field at the media description level. The description is a text string. It could look something like:
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u = URI of description Identifies the URI where participants can go to receive more information about the session. Again, this makes more sense when associated with a Webex or some other similar multimedia session with multiple participants. This is an optional field, but when present it should always be found before the first media description. This field might look like:
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u=www.tekelec.com.
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e = e-mail address This allows the session owner to provide an e-mail address so that participants can contact him or her regarding the session. More than one can be provided for each session. p = phone number Like the e-mail address, this is used to provide a phone number that participants can call to inquire about the session. This and the e-mail address make sense for multimedia conferences and Webex sessions but probably will not be used for simple voice communications. c = connection information The connection information consists of the following:
c=<network type><address type><connection address>
The network type is the same definition as previously described. Currently IN has been defined for use when describing the Internet. The <address type> and <connection address> identify the actual IP address to be used for the connection, with the address type identifying it either as an IPv4 or IPv6 address.
b = bandwidth information Identifies the amount of bandwidth to be used for the session. It is broken into two parameters as shown here:
b=<modifier><bandwidth-value>
The modifier can be one of two values: either CT for conference total or AS for application specific. CT denotes the total bandwidth across all sites, encompassing all media used for the session. AS denotes the amount of bandwidth at a single site, from the perspective of a single application receiving the session. The bandwidth value is then expressed in kilobytes per second.
k = encryption keys When encryption is provided, this field is used to identify the encryption keys needed to read the payload. The standards do not identify the exact mechanism for exchanging keys, but rather a vehicle whereby encryption keys could be exchanged. The format and parameters for this field are
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