Not to complicate matters but .. one other thing that is coming up in the
IETF is the concept of e164 resolution... where ..in theory you could
resolve the printer identification (aka fax) and the service associated
with it ( URL) to a simple telephone number.
Title : E.164 number and DNS
Author(s) : P. Faltstrom
Filename : draft-faltstrom-e164-04.txt
Pages : 17
Date : 21-Oct-99
This document discusses the use of DNS for storage of E.164 numbers.
More specifically, how DNS can be used for identifying available
services. It also, for some of these services, discusses how
selection is done between listed destinations. Specifically it
presents a way of implementing portable phone numbers, where the
services used can be the H.323 protocol, SIP, POTS phone call or
SMTP. Routing of the actual call setup using the protocol selected
using these methods is not discussed.
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