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  Chair : Bill Efthimiou [ bill.efthimiou@aarnet.edu.au ]
  SIP peering co-ordinator: Nimal Ratnayake [ nimalr@learn.ac.lk ]
  Mailing List : uc@apan.net
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  Project 1: SIP Peering between APAN Members
  This project is providing a peering point to route E.164 calls between APAN Members.
  Dialling telephone numbers is fundamental to :
  • Joining conferences on Multi Point Conference units (MCUs).
  • Peering with the telephone network means advanced networks must also be able to.
  • Telephones still only have numeric key pads, and will for the forseable future.
  Overview
  Use a SIP Server in the core of APAN to which other APAN Members peer to provide collaboration between Members using E.164 (telephone number) style dialing.
  1. APAN Members advise APAN what E.164 number ranges they support, the preference would be for one Member in each Country (the country NREN) to support the whole number range for the country.
  2. APAN Member route E.164 calls to APAN.
  3. APAN routes calls to appropriate destination.
  How to get involved :
  • Join the APAN Unified Communications Working Group email list.
  • Build a SIP Server.
  • Peering with APAN SIP Server
  • Co-ordinate other SIP Servers in your country.
  Who can join: any APAN member.


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