IP Telephony Cookbook
by Margit Brandl, at al.
Publisher: TERENA 2004
Number of pages: 228
This is a reference document addressing technical issues for the setup of IP Telephony solutions. Its goal is to provide the user community with guidelines and information about the IP Telephony world and everything related to it. The main target audience are the network engineers and system administrators at universities and national research and education networks.
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