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Re: [Question #195843]: What is needed for RoHC with SIP?


SigComp will only compress the SIP signaling (data part not the header
part) between for example the client and the SIP proxy, whereas ROHC will
compress the RTP flows (only the header part) based on the classifier

Best regards

2012/5/5 rolf <question195843@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> Question #195843 on rohc changed:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/rohc/+question/195843
> rolf posted a new comment:
> Didier and Cedric, thank you for your explanations, i am really grateful
> for your effort.
> If i understand this right, then the best would be to use SIGCOMP and ROHC
> together to get a low bandwith SIP communication, SIGCOMP for the
> signalling (XML) part and ROHC for the IP, UDP, RTP and TCP header part?
> I not really understand the relationship between RHOC and SIGCOMP yet and
> their possible combined usage.
> Here http://www.cse.iitb.ac.in/~sri/students/#priyesh, i saw the effect
> and an implementation of SIGCOMP and i think this could be done with a
> reasonable amount of work, but i would really like get an understanding of
> the possibilities to get the maximum out of these concepts.
> Regards, Rolf
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