Tag Archives: Real-Time Protocol

SIP: Looking Behind the Curtain

Are you coming to Enterprise Connect in March?  If so, here are a few reasons why you want/need to attend my ever-popular SIP session. SIP:  Looking Behind the Curtain Advertisements

A Wireshark View of Real-Time Protocol (RTP)

Despite the fact that we’ve entered the holiday season, the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Years are proving to be some of the busiest of the year. Last week I was in Tampa and this week I travel to Salt Lake City and Phoenix.   It doesn’t stop there, though. Next Monday, I fly to Detroit […]

DTMF and RFC 2833 / 4733 Revisited

In the past year and a half that I have been writing this blog, I’ve had my share of highly successful articles and a number of total flops. The unfortunate thing is that I never know how any particular article will fare until it has been out there for a while. For instance, my top […]

The Anatomy of an INVITE Request

As a high school student, I loved biology. I loved learning about the natural world and how our bodies function. The spleen was my friend — not to mention the pancreas, liver, and lungs. Unlike many of my classmates, I didn’t mind dissecting frogs and the obligatory fetal pig. Okay, I wasn’t overly fond of […]

Getting Real with Real-Time Protocol

I’ve written quite a few blogs where I mention that SIP media is sent by something called RTP, but I’ve never described what that means.  Well, today I’ve decided to do something about that. RTP stands for Real-Time Protocol and like the bulk of the standards used by and with SIP, it is managed by […]