Category:LED Remote Control

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==Overview==
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Since the invention of the private branch exchange (PBX) telephone systems, users expect that desktop phones have buttons where they can see if other extensions are busy or lines have been seized. This document addresses this requirement in the scope of devices that use the session initiation protocol (SIP, see RFC 3261). It introduces a new document type that contains the necessary information and that can be exchanged between the endpoint and the SIP-enabled PBX.
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[[Category:Presence features]]
[[Category:Presence features]]

Latest revision as of 11:20, 14 October 2010

Overview

Since the invention of the private branch exchange (PBX) telephone systems, users expect that desktop phones have buttons where they can see if other extensions are busy or lines have been seized. This document addresses this requirement in the scope of devices that use the session initiation protocol (SIP, see RFC 3261). It introduces a new document type that contains the necessary information and that can be exchanged between the endpoint and the SIP-enabled PBX.

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