Widely adopted by service providers to enable IP telephony, instant messaging, and other data services, SIP is the signaling protocol of choice for advanced multimedia communications signaling. Compiled by noted engineering experts Syed Ahson and Mohammad Ilyas, SIP Handbook: Services, Technologies, and Security of Session Initiation Protocol presents a thorough technical review of all aspects of SIP. It captures the current state of IP Multimedia Subsystem technology and provides a unique source of comprehensive reference material on this subject.
SIP Applications for Today and Tomorrow
The scope of this volume ranges from basic concepts to future perspectives. Divided into three sections, the book begins with a discussion of SIP in peer-to-peer networks and then goes on to examine advanced media integration, migration considerations, mobility management, and group conferencing, while also reviewing home networking and compliance issues.
The middle section of the book focuses on the underlying technologies of SIP. Chapters review network architecture, vertical handoffs, NAT traversals, multipoint extensions, and other areas at the forefront of research. Finally, the text examines various security vulnerabilities and provides perspectives on secure intelligent SIP services with a future outlook on a fraud detection framework in VoIP networks.
Insights from International Researchers
Authored by 65 experts from across the world, this text is sure to advance the field of knowledge in this ever-changing industry and provide further impetus for new areas of exploration. Because of the editors’ pivotal influence and their proximity to both the current market and the latest science, this work is certain to become the definitive text on this emerging technology.
I CONCEPTS & SERVICES
SIP in Peer-to-Peer Networks, H. Schmidt and F. J. Hauck
SIP: Advanced Media Integration, M. Hurtado, A. Rios, A. Oller, J. Alcober, and S. Sallent
SIP and IPv6 – Migration Considerations, Complications, and Deployment Scenarios, M. Boucadair and Y. Noisette
SIP Mobility Management, C.-M. Huang and C.-H. Lee
SIP Event Notification and Presence Information, C. Liu and B. Zhao
Group Conference Management with SIP, T.C. Schmidt and M. Wählisch
Home Networking System with SIP, Y. Nakamoto and N. Kuri
Compliance and Interoperability Testing of SIP Devices, D. Bao, L. De Vito, S. Rapuano, and L. Tomaciello
P2P SIP: Network Architecture and Resource Location Strategy, G. Chang, C. Zhu, and W. Ning
SIP Mobility Technologies and the use of Persistent Identifiers to Improve Inter-Domain Mobility and Security, H. Jerez, J. Khoury, and C. Abdallah
SIP and Vertical Handoffs in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks, J. Zhang, F.R. Yu, X. Wang, H.C.B. Chan,and V.C.M. Leung
NAT Traversals, M. Baldi, F. Risso, and L. Torrero
Multipoint Extensions for SIP, S. Ramadass and O. Abouabdalla
Narrowcasting in SIP: Articulated Privacy Control, S. Alam, M. Cohen, J. Villegas, and A. Ahmed
Q-SIP/SDP for QoS-guaranteed End-to-End Real-time Multimedia Service Provisioning on Converged Heterogeneous Wired and Wireless Networks, Y.-T. Kim and Y.-C. Jung
SIP Modeling and Simulation, Y. Ding, G. Su, and H. Wang
SIP-based Mobility Management and its Performance Evaluation, N. Banerjee and K. Basu
SIP Security: Threats, Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures, D. Geneiatakis, G. Kambourakis and C. Lambrinoudakis
SIP Vulnerabilities for SPIT, SPIT Identification Criteria, Anti-SPIT Mechanisms Evaluation Framework and Legal Issues, G.F. Marias, L. Mitrou, M. Theoharidou, J. Soupionis, S. Ehlert, and D. Gritzalis
Anonymity in SIP, L. Kazatzopoulos, K. Delakourides, and G.F. Marias
Secure Intelligent SIP Services, H. Abdallah
SIP Security and Quality of Service Performance, J.I. Agbinya
A Conceptual Architecture for SPIT Mitigation, Y. Rebahi, S. Dritsas, T. Golubenco, B. Pannier, and J.F. Juell
Towards a Fraud Detection Framework in VoIP Networks, Y. Rebahi, T. Magedanz, and D. Sisalem