Voice Over IPv6
Architectures for Next Generation VoIP NetworksBy
- Daniel Minoli
Networking and telephony engineers and engineering managers; Students in graduate engineering programs.
Paperback, 384 Pages
Published: April 2006
"What I really liked about this book is that is has excellent complete coverage of VoIP itself and IPv6. You can use the book to learn these from scratch or just get a refresher. These subjects are mind numbingly complex with lots of eye-glazing detail. But the author does a good job of laying them out and explaining them in detail. Unlike some other books I have seen on the subject, he uses lots of diagrams and illustrations. We all love pictures. It is tougher to do graphics than to write more words so authors tend to avoid them. But as you know, you can get a good idea of the concepts faster from the drawings alone then dig into the text for more detail." - Electronic Design, Louis E. Frenzel, July 2006
- PrefaceChapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: Basic VoP/VoIP ConceptsChapter 3: Basic VoIP Signaling and SIP ConceptsChapter 4: Basic "Presence" ConceptsChapter 5: Issues with Current VoIP TechnologiesChapter 6: Basic IPv6 ConceptsChapter 7: Using IPv6 to Support 3G VoIPChapter 8: Issues Related to Transitioning to IPv6