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A Flow Based Traffic Characterization Of Ip Telephony Protocols

  • Geneflides Laureno da Silv
  • Raimir Holanda Filho

Abstract

-This article intends to characterize the traffic flows of SIP/ RTP and IAX protocols in the environment of IP Telephony as standard of communication in their local networks. Our study allowed us to conclude that the packages of voice have a significant impact on the amount of data injected in LANs, which makes of fundamental importance the development of tools to evaluate them.

Keywords

Session Initiation Protocol User Agent Voice Over Internet Protocol Voice Call Network Address Translator 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Geneflides Laureno da Silv
    • 1
  • Raimir Holanda Filho
    • 1
  1. 1.Applied Computer Science DepartmentUniversity of FortalezaBrazil

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