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SIP: More Than You Ever Wanted To Know About
Jiri Kuthan, Tekelec Dorgham Sisalem, Tekelec
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March 2007

Jiri Kuthan+Dorgham Sisalem, Tekelec, March 2007

Outline
• About This Tutorial • Introduction: Why SIP and SIP History. • Where SIP Was Born: IETF Standardization • Introduction to SIP Protocol
– SIPArchitecture – SIP Servers, ENUM – SIP Message Elements – QoS – NATs and Firewalls – PSTN

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SIP Security SIP Services Black-belt SIP Self-education

• IMS

– Get your hands on SER – Self-test – References

• BCPs:

• RTP – Multimedia Protocol
Jiri Kuthan+Dorgham Sisalem, Tekelec, March 2007

About This Tutorial

Jiri Kuthan+Dorgham Sisalem, Tekelec, March 2007

IntendedAudience
• Whoever wishes to gain basic technical knowledge of SIP protocol: administrators, developers, integrators, CS students. • Basic knowledge of TCP/IP networks desirable. • Out-of-scope: detailed developer-level, business aspects.

Jiri Kuthan+Dorgham Sisalem, Tekelec, March 2007

About Authors
• • • Jiri Kuthan 1998: Graduated in CS from U. of Salzburg, Austria 1995-1998: Internship andthesis in Berlin, Germany, FhG Fokus 1999-2004: Affiliated as researcher in Fokus; publishing VoIP publications; involved in the IETF standardization; released world’s leading SIP proxy, SIP Express Router, with his FhG team in 2002 2004: co-founded iptelorg which was acquired in 2005 by Tekelec 2005: assumed AVP/engineering position in Tekelec • • Dorgham Sisalem 1995: Graduated in EE fromTechnical University of Berlin, Germany 1995-2005: Researcher and later department leader whose work resulted in scientific publications related to QoS, VoIP and security and being widely quoted by scientific community 2000: Obtained PhD from TU Berlin 2002: co-founded iptel.org project which later incorporated into iptelorg 2005: assumed position of Director Strategic Architecture in Tekelec

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Jiri Kuthan+Dorgham Sisalem, Tekelec, March 2007

Acknowledgments
• The following persons provided additional material and/or feedback:
– – – – Raphael Coeffic, Tekelec (QoS) Cristian Constantin, Tekelec (sigcomp) Nils Ohlmeier, Tekelec Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University

Jiri Kuthan+Dorgham Sisalem, Tekelec, March 2007

Copyright Notice
• Authors: Jiri Kuthan, DorghamSisalem; Tekelec • Copying permitted without explicit authors’ permission only if document is not altered.

Jiri Kuthan+Dorgham Sisalem, Tekelec, March 2007

Introduction: Why SIP?

Jiri Kuthan+Dorgham Sisalem, Tekelec, March 2007

• Visionary missing piece for running all over Visionary: IP, IP including your browser, telephone and coffee machine. Richer user interface than PSTN. (Quakevia DTMF just doesn’t work.) Productivity/collaboration applications. Work from anywhere. Development: • VP for Business Development technology for all-IP-based telephony that allows integration all-IP with Internet services and surpassing investment barriers • CFO: reduction of costs by running allhomogenous all-IP technology. • Techie HTTP-like protocol specified in Techie: RFC3261 and associatedstandards and running similarly like Email runs over all-IP all-IP.

What Is SIP? Depends on Who You Are…

Jiri Kuthan+Dorgham Sisalem, Tekelec, March 2007

… but it is always about ALL-IP. ALLPSTN E1

DSL

• Services available to all users, on-site, off-site, multi-site, underway, homeworking, office-working. • Single infrastructure for data and voice. WaveLAN • Effectiveness tools. •Service operation can be outsourced in a Centrex-like T1 manner. Like with web/email, single server may host multiple domains for better efficiency.

Jiri Kuthan+Dorgham Sisalem, Tekelec, March 2007

Why to SIP?
• Challengers: • Incumbents: isn’t VoIP a cannibalization threat?
– All-IP nature opens up competition space and removes investment barriers.

• Why not skypeTM?

– No – it is...
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