SIP Drafts: Device Control

Rick Dean, Ronnen Belkind and Billy Biggs
January 2001.
The PHONECTL protocol allows remote control of an IP phone as an alternative to human keying. For example, a Palm sized computer could provide speed dialing and call screening for an embedded SIP ether- phone over infrared. PHONECTL is designed to be simple to fit inside a PDA and embedded phone; intermittent connection capable (i.e. optional for any part of the call); more secure, where plain-text passwords need not be shared with the phone.

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