[jdev] using XMPP for discovery of SIP addresses

zhaomin zhaomin at kingdream.com
Mon Jun 13 20:23:45 CDT 2005

    I am very interesting at this ways ,integrated SIP and XMPP together,I know SER project (open source SIP community) have a modules of jabber.When I testing it I get nothing result.I need someone advice how realized this function I want to seek anyone who interesting this project help,who may give me some advice?
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Peter Saint-Andre" <stpeter at jabber.org>
To: "Jabber software development list" <jdev at jabber.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 14, 2005 12:38 AM
Subject: Re: [jdev] using XMPP for discovery of SIP addresses

> On Sat, Jun 11, 2005 at 05:41:03PM +1000, Anthony Baxter wrote:
> > I'm the author of a package called Shtoom, a VoIP software suite
> > written in Python (using Twisted). I'm thinking about adding Jabber
> > support to Shtoom for the purposes of discovering someone else's 
> > SIP address (thus avoiding the need for a SIP registration server,
> > plus people can use their existing Jabber accounts rather than having
> > to create a new identity). I'm at something of a loss as to how to
> > do this - should Shtoom publish the SIP address, or should it instead
> > ask another XMPP client "I want to make a SIP call", and it can then
> > decide to send back the SIP address. I've not been able to find existing
> > work in this area - TINS looks interesting, but it's not really what 
> > I'm looking for right now.
> Cool.
> I have a few questions for you:
> 1. When a user wants to discover a contact's SIP address, do you assume
>    that the user and the contact already know each other? If so, they
>    might already be subscribed to each other's presence, in which case 
>    it seems reasonable to use the reachability address proposal I have
>    started working on:
>    http://www.jabber.org/jeps/inbox/reach.html
> 2. Or, are you thinking this will be a more generalized service, which
>    enables a Jabber user to discover any other user's SIP address? In
>    that case, it might make sense to put your SIP address (and any other
>    VoIP address) in your vCard (or vCard replacement!) and/or build a
>    better kind of user directory service than what we have now.
> Peter
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