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tenaro.gusatu.novici
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RIP in SIP call between two CTS?!?

I have official Cisco telepresence doc that is explaining how basic call between two CTS endpoints is established: first SIP is exachanged between endpoints and the CUCM, then RIP (?!?) is exchanged directly between two endpoints and finally RTP that includes TIP is also exchanged directly between two endpoints. Can you please explain what that RIP part stands for?

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mubakhta
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Hi Tenaro,

Could you please point out to the documentation you're referring to?

In reference to SIP, there is no RIP which I am aware of. It is possible that the RIP is the Routing Information Protocol used to exchange routes but will need to check the document to confirm.

Regards,

Mubashshir Akhtar

Thanks Mubashshir Akhtar
Michael Boscia
Enthusiast

So you mean SDP?

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Hi Tenaro.

hehe, first I thought who shall rest in peace?  :-)

Fully Agree with Mubashshir, would be great to know which document you refer to, a link would come in handy.

Besides that, check out:

http://www.cisco.com/web/about/doing_business/tip/index.html

( http://www.imtc.org/downloads/IMTC-Members-Implementation_License_with_Cisco_1.7_endpoint_profile__2010r00.pdf )

That pdf also has a glossary, listing:

AAC-LD AES AVP / SAVP CABAC CALVC  CIF CSRC DTLS EKT GDR IDR LTRP MCU MUX NAL NTP PPS RSA RTCP RTP SDP SEI SIP SPIMAP SPS SRTCP SRTP SSRC STUN TIAS TLS UCM 

But no RIP :-)

Some more rip info:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/community/netpro/collaboration-voice-video/telepresence/blog/2010/11/03/cts-system--tip-analysis-for-p2p-call

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