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VoIP protocols: H.323 and MGCP as alternatives to SIP

Posted by Daniel Noworatzky on Mar 6, 2019 10:52:00 AM

Part 2 of 2

When it comes to VoIP signaling, SIP is by far the most widely-used protocol. But, there are other protocols, as well, and being familiar with them is helpful when establishing interoperability between systems or deploying specialized installations. In this article, we’ll discuss the H.323 protocol suite and the media gateway control protocol (MGCP), and look at applications for which they are best suited.

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Topics: VoIP, Network Design, Gateway, Voice Protocols

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