|Title||SIP-H323 Working Group Session in APAN|
|Chair||Stephen Kingham and Quincy Wu|
|Objective||Update by delegates to present SIP/H323 deployments,
Review of projects progress, Open Discussion on peering SIP/H323 Networks.
|Target Audience||SIP/H323 Users; Voice and Video Support Staff;
Researchers of H323, SIP, Presence and Instant Messaging.
|Expected No. of Participants||20|
|Session Chair & Speakers||
Stephen Kingham (AU), Quincy Wu (TW), Dickson LOH (SG),
Session Chair: Sures .
The Chairman announced that Stephane King, SIP Working Group Chair has resigned and Quincy Wu has agreed to to be interim Chair.
The Chair apologized for cancellation of the SIP workshop and promised that the workshop will definitely be held
in Manila and it will be a hands-on workshop with possibility to be
combined with ENUM. Chair also would like to webcast the workshop on
SOI/ASIA hence will work out with ASTI regarding network.
(1) Sinchai from TH: present current research status of SIP-related research from his group in PSU where they have their own implementation of
(2) Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan and Sri Lanka reported on their SIP activities.
a. Singapore: Singaren testing stage
b. Malaysia: Testing within campus and will move to MYREN
c. Taiwan: VOIP deployment for Taiwan NREN
(1) Quincy Wu, Interim Chair, to submit a proposal to APAN07 Programme Committee to have SIP WS
(2) USM and PSU will set up SIP environment for their two universities
(3) Technical problems identified for SIP WG: Distributed servers NAT/Firewall problem
Server and server communications: multi-party SIP and multiserver SIPs SIP cluster
(4) Experiences of using different products should be prepared and reported at the next workshop.
|Remarks(including Special arrangements if Any)||(1) Room set up in U shape with two Projectors
(2) Room with open Internet access.
(3) 40 LAN ports around the table and WLAN AP in the same subnet.
(4) SIP/H.323 Video Conferencing Facility for remote participation
and remote speakers
(5) Public IPv4/IPv6 addressed that are reachable from the Internet
Last Updated 28 May 2006