[VOIPSEC] IPv6 and the demise (or not) of NAT(wasRe: Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE))
cboulton at ubiquity.net
Wed Nov 16 10:11:15 GMT 2005
For more scalable enterprise implementations, it seems most likely that
data firewall will remain in place and all voice will pass through the
"IP communicaions firewall" (aka Session Border Controller) which will
all voice traffic and bearer channels leaving the enterprise. Encryption
issues are solved, NATing issues are solved, lawful intercept issues are
handled, and we may actually have a product to make money with instead
[Chris Boulton] I'm a bit confused. 'Encryption issues are solved' -
can you explain what you mean by this please? How would an SBC work
with S/MIME and Sip identity at the moment? Perhaps you don't mean 'aka
SBC' which usually act as a B2BUA?
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