[SIPForum-discussion] Re :Re: Re :Re: P-Asserted URI

anuj anuj18sh at rediffmail.com
Sun Feb 4 07:34:26 UTC 2007

Hi Resalath!yes..its clear!..thanks a lot for the useful info..regardsanuj\"resalath ahamed\"  wrote  Anuj,     There is some thing called as third party charging. If the billing number is other than calling (normal) number or the called number (800/1600) it will be termed as charge number. For sending this information in Invite method, P-asserted identity is used. Does this make it clear ?       Please let me know if there are any issues.     Regards,  Resalath       On 4 Feb 2007 05:31:09 -0000, anuj <anuj18sh at rediffmail.com> wrote:  Hi!  What exactly do you mean by \"outpulse charge number\"..  What is this charge number?      thanks      \"resalath ahamed\" wrote  Hi siva,     P-asserted header is used when you want to send some extra number/uri other than calling, called. Assume the SIP Invite request is with numbers, and the Call agent wants to outpulse charge number. It does that in the P-asserted header. The ISUP mapping in the IAM would be the parameter called \"charge number\". The privacy field in the P-asserted would define the Address presentation (ISUP).         Also this header is largely implementation dependent.      Hope this gives you some idea about it.     Regards,  Resalath         On 2/2/07, Siva M-Q16748 <sivam at motorola.com> wrote:         Hi     Could anybody explain an use case where the P-Asserted URI can be used      What is this header for and when does it can have multiple values ?     Thanks  Siva  _______________________________________________    This is the SIP Forum discussion mailing list  TO UNSUBSCRIBE, or edit your delivery options, please visit     http://sipforum.org/mailman/listinfo/discussion  Post to the list at   discussion at sipforum.org                         
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