[Asterisk-Users] IAX2 as an IETF Standard?
digium at aus-biz.com
Thu Mar 25 20:22:59 MST 2004
Steven Sokol wrote:
Even if IAX2 doesn't current have these features coded into asterisk et
al how does that stop an internet draft being written about them, all it
has to cover is how it should be implemented not how it actually is at
present, and having implemented the protocol yourself should be able to
make statements how you think this could be done. Then the cute part is
someone can come up with a testing lab once the draft is published and
ratified as an RFC to certify interoperability between products and this
removes doubt about how good/bad product A will work with product B...
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