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Re: VoIP calea interfaces
- From: Eric A. Hall
- Date: Tue Jun 20 15:47:00 2006
On 6/20/2006 2:57 PM, Hoffpauir, Dusty wrote:
> The FCC/FBI have left it up the industry to define a standard, they are
> not defining it themselves.
Right. But they do have veto power, and they do not appear to have given
approval yet. Meanwhile the deadline continues to close. This is an
> There are 2 "standards" being discuss/worked on for packet delivery of
> intercepted voice and call data. One is being done by ATIS and is t1.678
> which is still in draft. The other is packetcable by cable labs and
> that's been in use and on going for a couple of years now
Yeah those are mentioned in FCC-05-06 as near completion.
It looks like t1.678 is most applicable to the area I'm primarily
interested in, since it describes voice-over-packet interfaces in general,
and mappings for SIP and H.323 in particular (although it seems that the
LEA interface is undefined, and also seems to assume some kind of circuit-
or local delivery, all of which is quite curious--this is what the IETF
guys call out as hand-waving).
> Cisco is packet cable compliant today.
For the DOCSIS equipment you mean? That's a whole 'nother world from the
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