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SIP/2.0 180 RINGING VIA: SIP/2.0/UDP 128.10.10.1 FROM: Travis Russell <sip:travis.russell@tekelec.com> TO: Deby Russell <sip:deby.russell@aol.com> CALL-ID: 82167534@126.18.27.0 CSEQ: 1 INVITE CONTENT LENGTH: 0
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181 Call Is Being Forwarded When call forwarding is implemented, this provisional response would be used to indicate the request is being forwarded to the address of record (according to the registrar or application server). The contents would indicate the address that the call was being forwarded to. A typical response would look like:
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SIP/2.0 181 CALL IS BEING FORWARDED VIA: SIP/2.0/UDP 128.10.10.1 FROM: Travis Russell <sip:travis.russell@tekelec.com> TO: Deby Russell <sip:deby.russell@aol.com> CALL-ID: 82167534@126.18.27.0 CSEQ: 1 INVITE CONTENT LENGTH: 0
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This response is used when a party is not available but the call server is going to queue the call for later delivery. An example of this would be a service whereby the calling party is notified when the called party becomes available, and the server reconnects the session.
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SIP/2.0 182 QUEUED VIA: SIP/2.0/UDP 128.10.10.1 FROM: Travis Russell <sip:travis.russell@tekelec.com> TO: Deby Russell <sip:deby.russell@aol.com> CALL-ID: 82167534@126.18.27.0 CSEQ: 1 INVITE CONTENT LENGTH: 0
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This response is used to notify the originator that the request is being processed. One example could be a media gateway (MG) receiving a request, and matching the codecs required for the session with its own capabilities. It communicates this back to the media gateway controller (MGC) using this provisional response. The MGC may also send this response back to the originator to communicate that the session is progressing. There may be additional information in the headers identifying session information, depending on the sending entity.
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SIP/2.0 183 SESSION PROGRESS VIA: SIP/2.0/UDP 128.10.10.1 FROM: Travis Russell <sip:travis.russell@tekelec.com>
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There are only two codes defined for a successful request as listed here. This response is critical to a session being established (as well as a dialog) and as seen in Figure 3.1, is sent by the UAC in the backward direction to the originator. In order for a session to be established, the 200 OK response must be acknowledged by the UAC. The UAC upon receipt of the 200 OK will send the ACK back upstream to the UAS, and a dialog is established (as well as a session). The 200 OK is considered a final response to a request. Once the session has been established by the receipt of the 200 OK and the transmission of the ACK, the session must be released by the BYE method. In the case of forking proxies, a session is split to multiple destinations. This is the case in conference calls, for example. There is one INVITE request sent by the session originator, and a forking proxy splits the INVITE to multiple recipients. In this case, each of the recipients will send its own 200 OK response. The responses are not forwarded to the session originator, however. Instead, the forking proxy will manage each of the individual responses, and send one 200 OK response back to the session originator. The forking proxy is then responsible for maintaining state of each of the recipients. The TAG field in the TO header is used as a unique identifier in each response. The responding entity will therefore send a unique tag value in their response. This is then used by the forking proxy to maintain state of each of the recipients. The TAG field is one of the values used to create a dialog ID.
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SIP/2.0 200 OK VIA: SIP/2.0/UDP 128.10.10.1 raleighproxy.com:5060;branch=z9hG4bK63x2f FROM: Travis Russell <sip:travis.russell@tekelec.com>tag=9hz34567sl TO: Deby Russell <sip:deby.russell@aol.com>tag=1df789jkf SUPPORTED: INVITE, ACK, BYE, CANCEL, OPTIONS, REGISTER MAX FORWARDS: 70 CALL-ID: 82167534@126.18.27.0 CSEQ: 1 INVITE CONTACT: Travis Russell <sip:travis.russell@135.18.10.10> CONTENT TYPE: application/sdp CONTENT LENGTH: 154
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