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  • From: (Dennis Baron)
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  • Subject: Re: [] No Weekly Call Today
  • Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 13:22:44 -0400

Just a reminder that there will be no call today. The next call is
will be Thursday, May 12, 2:00 EST. Please send me any agenda items.

In the mean time - here are the draft minutes from the 4/21 call.

-------- Conference Call April 21, 2005


Dennis Baron, MIT
Steve Blair, University of Pennsylvania
Armin Brunner, Swiss Technical University
Jeremy George, Yale
John Hess, Berkeley
Candace Holman, Harvard
Chris Johnson, University of Oregon
Jeff Kuure, Internet 2
Leo O'Shea, Boston College
Chris Norton, Texas A&M
Yul Pyun, University of Hawaii
Sanjay Sinha, Cisco
Ben Teitelbaum, Internet 2
Mike Van Norman, UCLA
Doug Walsten, Cisco
Garrett Yoshimi, University of Hawaii
Dave Zimmerman, Berkeley


Today's call begins with Dave Zimmerman from Berkeley following
up on discussion from the previous call, regarding the testbed ENUM
implementation. He and Carlos Vincente from Oregon have signed up with
Ed Guy of Pulver, and have placed entries in his test ENUM route.

The majority of today's call concerns Cisco SIP gateway
configuration. Sanjay from Cisco narrates a series of slides covering
basic configuration information. The slides from this presentation
are available by contacting Doug Walsten
requests have been made to offer these slides on the website

The call concludes with examinations of a Cisco 3725 configuration file
as used by the University of Hawaii, as well as a Cisco 2611 file used
by MIT. Sanjay answers questions from participants regarding specific
sections of the file, as well as hardware and software questions regarding
Cisco products.

At the end of this discussion, Dennis brings up some possible changes
for the cookbook based on the questions and comments brought up
during the question and answer session. One example would be to come
up with a well-documented, bare-bones configuration file for
in order to reduce confusion and eliminate the enabling of unnecessary
options. Another is to offer a list of recommended IOS releases for
various models of Cisco hardware. A suggestion is made for a similar
documented configuration file for the Asterisk gateway.

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